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From Prisons to Communities: Transitional Programs for People Living with HIV – Dr Frederick Altise

On 6 September 2012, the ATDC hosted Dr Frederick Altice, of Yale School of Medicine for a one hour information session in Hobart.

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The session was titled From Prisons to Communities: Transitional Programs for People Living with HIV.

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Dr Altice is Director of Clinical and Community Research, and Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology and Public Health at Yale School of Medicine.

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His research specialises in the interface between infectious diseases and substance misuse and he has created novel programs for HIV and HCV treatment in custodial settings. He is an international leader in HIV and Hepatitis treatment for people who inject drugs and integrating opioid replacement therapy into managing co-morbid conditions.

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The ATDC gives sincere thanks to the Centre for Research Excellence into Injecting Drug Use (CREIDU) and the Burnet Institute for their assistance in bringing Dr Altice to Australia.

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Altise slides 001 to 006

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