Family Style I: Successful Recipes for HIV Prevention Programs for Asians & Pacific Islanders
March 23 – 25th, 2005, San Francisco, CA
- Strengthen development, adaptation, diffusion and evaluation of HIV prevention interventions identified by CDC as effective HIV intervention strategies and consistent with CDC’s Advancing HIV Prevention.
- Support networking and peer-based learning among HIV prevention providers serving A&PI communities across the nation and the Pacific.
Family Style II: Leadership in Changing Times of HIV Prevention
December 4-6, 2005, San Diego, CA
- Develop strategies and practice skills that support the process of change to strengthen prioritized programs for A&PI communities
- Recognize personal leadership potential to guide the development and implementation of strong and integrated programs
- Build a resource and support network for staff working on HIV/AIDS in A&PI communities
Family Style III: Getting a Handle on Program Evaluation
November 14-17, 2006, Philadelphia, PA
- Cultivate fundamental planning, design, data collection and analysis skills so that CBOs can conduct simple program evaluation in-house
- Impart more advanced experimental design, statistical and management knowledge so that CBOs are able to manage more complex program evaluation by working with consultants.
Family Style IV: Leadership and Creativity in HIV Prevention
November 11-14, 2007, Palm Springs, CA
- Build leadership and communication skills so that CBOs can better address issues of staff morale, turnover, and creative program development in their organizations.
- Increase understanding of elements of and creativity around HIV program design, including logic modeling, behavior change theories, and program monitoring.
Family Style V: Getting Better Mileage Out of Your HIV Prevention Program
November 10-12, 2008, Los Angeles, CA
- Understand the basics of HIV prevention program cost effectiveness and assess gaps in HIV prevention program budgets by using cost/benefit analysis tools.
- Obtain tools to understand more fully how to effectively identify and manage resources, including staff and funding.
For more information on curricula and materials from the Family Style Training Series, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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