PSMG Fall 2017
Topic Session: HIV Prevention
Nanette Benbow & Gregory Phillips II
September 12, 2017: Cyprian Wejnert, CDC
September 19, 2017: Carl Latkin, Johns Hopkins University
October 3, 2017: Anna Satcher-Johnson & Rick Song, CDC
October 10, 2017: Steven Goodreau, University of Washington-Seattle
October 17, 2017: David Holtgrave & Cathy Maulsby, Johns Hopkins University
October 24, 2017: Stephanie Sansom, CDC
October 31, 2017: Sean Young, UCLA
November 7, 2017: Kathryn Risher, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
PSMG Virtual Grand Rounds
PSMG grand rounds are conducted virtually over the internet, allowing participants to view, question, and comment with leading scientists and methodologists, at no cost, live from their own computer. Access to live presentations is restricted to PSMG members. However, PSMG presentations are recorded and will be publicly accessible in the PSMG Archive two weeks after the presentation date.
The Prevention Science and Methodology Group is a virtual network of more than 450 empirical researchers and methodologists aimed to advance the field of prevention science and support the implementation of evidence-based prevention programs. In 2017, PSMG received funding from the NIH’s Office of Disease Prevention, through a supplement to the NIDA-funded Center for Prevention Implementation Methodology for Drug Abuse and HIV (Ce-PIM).
Members enjoy several benefits: access to live weekly PSMG presentations, weekly PSMG Newsletters, and networking opportunities with leaders in the fields of implementation methodology, prevention research, and innovative statistical methods.