Black adolescent and adult women in the U.S. are disproportionately affected by HIV, STIs, COVID-19, intimate partner violence, stigma, and poor maternal and child health outcomes. The impact of these inequities on Black adolescent and adult women can accumulate across the lifespan, undermining their overall health outcomes.
This three-part collaborative learning series will discuss pressing issues in the lives of Black adolescent and adult women, covering the following topics:
HIV Prevention and Care, Including Biomedical Approaches
Health Promotion and Wellness
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Stigma and Racism
Resilience and Self-Care
Following the presentations, faculty will engage in a moderated panel discussion.