Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day at Rutgers University in September

Gay Men's Awarness Day

The 4th Annual Gay Men’s Awareness Day will be on Thursday, September 28 from 9am-3pm at the Rutgers University Cook Campus Center, 59 Biel Road, New Brunswick.

This day is in recognition of National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day. GMAD was created in 2008 to recognize the disproportionate impact of the HIV epidemic on gay men. The New Jersey HIV Planning Group’s Gay Men’s Committee created this local event several years ago to educate the New Jersey LGBT community, as well as the providers who work with them, on the issues and barriers which impact both HIV care and prevention throughout the state.

The 2017 GMAD workshops and panel discussion is by reservation only. It is specifically tailored for both the gay male community, as well as the HIV prevention and care providers who service them. Free parking will be available on site with breakfast and lunch provided.

The morning Workshops will include, National Health Literacy for Black, Gay, and Bisexual Men with a provider focus, a social media roundtable, anal health, and biomedical interventions — what does it mean?

To register visit Eventbrite website link.