"HIV in Women" Talk

Dr. Neora Pick is an associate professor of Infectious Diseases, in the department of medicine at the University of British Columbia, Canada.  

She works at British Columbia Women’s Hospital and is the medical director of the Oak Tree Clinic, a family-centred comprehensive care clinic providing specialized care for women and children living with HIV. She has extensive experience in HIV care, and sits on the BC Centre of Excellence in HIV/AIDS Therapeutic Guideline Committee.

Dr. Pick is active in many areas of research focusing on women and HIV, including such areas as HIV and aging, HIv & bone health, and reproductive health, neurocognition, and HCV & HPV co-infections.

Dr. Pick’s talk will provide an overview of HIV care in women, including specific HIV-related challenges and co-morbidities in women, that differ from men.Participants will have the chance to discuss how approaches to these issues in Canada may be applied to improve services for HIV-infected women in Vietnam.

FHI 360 and Clinton Health Access Initiative are pleased to sponsor this talk in the hopes of raising awareness of specific issues for HIV-infected women in Vietnam.

Interested in knowing more about HIV in women, and how it differs from men?

FHI 360 and Clinton Health Access Initiative cordially invite you to:

Dr. Neora Pick’s talk: From Vancouver to Vietnam:
What we can learn about  Women and HIV

Conference room, 9th, Hanoi Tourist Building, 18 Ly Thuong Kiet, Hanoi
Time: 9-11 am., December 19, 2013
RVSP: Hong Thanh, hongthanh@fhi360.org by COB: December 17, 2013

Find the invitation for detailed agenda.