NAESM 2015 WILL PROVIDE:
an opportunity to present research and community-defined evidence practices that demonstrate promising outcomes in achieving the goals National HIV/AIDS Strategy
a venue for the new generation of HIV public health professionals to collaborate, innovate and help shape the future of African-American MSM/YMSM public health matters;
a venue to present, discuss, and examine social determinants of health in the context spirituality, religiosity, and faith through the perspectives of black gay men
an inclusive networking and knowledge exchange forum at the national level to identify,
discuss and troubleshoot the intersection of health equity, social justice across a range of disciplines and sectors that define the experiences of black gay men;
LEARNING OBJECTIVES HAVING ATTENDED NAESM 2015 CONFERENCE, ATTENDEES WILL BE BETTER PREPARED TO:
identify public health challenges and related solutions, trends, emerging issues and evidence gaps in health equity among black gay men;
utilize effective evidence-based education programs and health promotion practices to improve health outcomes among black gay men;
develop and access a network of colleagues and partners for initiating or expanding public health initiatives that incorporate the social determinants of health, black gay men, and social justice
To showcase your products, services and publications to consumers, health care professionals and other providers across the country.
To reach an underserved population that is interested in your information, product, or service.
To meet your customers and gain knowledge and useful feedback about their needs for products and services.
Who Should Exhibit?
If you are involved with:
Community Based Organizations
Health Care, Social Worker and Professional Associations
Capacity Building Providers
Advocacy Organizations and Government Agencies
Small Business Owners
Churches and other places of worship
Any entity that wants to get the word out about themselves, products, or business
NAESM was created in an effort to counteract the ever increasing spread of HIV/AIDS in communities of color. Since the opening of its doors in 1990, NAESM has taken great pride in serving Atlanta's minority community. As a non-profit community based organization, NAESM is a beacon of hope for those in need of love and understanding.