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HIV Prevention in San Francisco: Where Do We Go from Here?
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Grant Colfax
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Presenter: Grant Colfax, MD
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In this presentation, Dr. Colfax addresses changing strategies for HIV prevention in San Francisco. He gives an overview of the characteristics of the San Francisco Department of Public Health's (SFDPH) HIV Prevention Program and discusses its focus on HIV status awareness, prevention with positives (PWP), primary drivers of HIV (such as substance use), and structural interventions to reduce risk.

Presenter: Grant Colfax, MD

Grant Colfax, MD, is the Director of HIV Prevention and Research at San Francisco Department of Public Health and a clinician at the San Francisco General Hospital’s Positive Health Program. The HIV Prevention Section oversees multiple HIV prevention efforts throughout San Francisco, including syringe access programs, substance abuse treatment for those at risk for HIV, HIV testing and counseling, and other interventions for HIV-negative and HIV-positive persons.