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This fall, join CHERISH investigators, CHERISH Research Affiliates, Advisory Board members, and pilot grant recipients on the virtual stage as they present their research at upcoming conferences. Use the following schedule to connect with CHERISH colleagues and explore the breadth of their work.
Please visit each conference site for the latest information.
2:30PM – 4:00PM
Thomas Stopka, PhD, MHS
Total Economic Benefits of Substance Use Disorder Treatment: A Systematic Literature Review of Economic Evaluation Studies from 2003 – 2021
Authors: Fardone E*, Montoya I, McCollister KE
Erminia Fardone, PhD, Ivan Montoya, MPH, and Kathryn McCollister, PhD
October 13 - 15, 2021 AEDT
The INHSU program is in Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT).
The schedule below is in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
* = presenter/speaker
Research Oral Abstract Session – Changes in Drug Use (1:25AM – 2:20AM EDT)
The Impact of Syringe Services Program Closure on the Risk of Rebound HIV Outbreaks Among People Who Inject Drugs: A Modeling Study
Authors: Zang X*, Goedel WC, Bessey SE, Lurie MN, Galea S, Galvani AP, Friedman SR, Nosyk B, Marshall BDL
Xiao Zang, PhD, Bohdan Nosyk, PhD, MA and Brandon Marshall, PhD
October 18 - 20, 2021
All scientific sessions are viewable through January 14, 2022.
The SMDM program and the schedule below are in
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
Oral Abstracts: Economic Burden of HIV (11:00AM – 12:30PM)
The cost-effectiveness of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis expansion depends on underlying epidemiological conditions: A modeling study in six US cities
Presenter: Emanuel Krebs, MA
Human immunodeficiency virus transmission by HIV risk group and along the HIV care continuum: A contrast of six US cities
Presenter: Xiao Zang, PhD
Symposium (2:00PM – 3:30PM)
Advancing research on emotional well-being: introducing a family well-being research network
Chair: Eve Wittenberg, MPP, PhD
Drug User Health Hubs in New York State: Results of a Qualitative Study Describing Services Offered in a Novel Co-located Harm Reduction and Treatment Model
Authors: Ude M, Behrends CN, Gelberg K, Goldberg R, Kelly S, Chung R, Leung S, Schackman BR, Kapadia SN
Czarina Behrends, PhD, MPH, Bruce Schackman, PhD, MBA, and Shashi Kapadia, MD, MS