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* 1. What degree best describes you?

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* 2. What is your title at your organization?

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* 3. What is your area of specialization?

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* 4. Which of the following best describes your primary practice setting?

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* 5. Which state do you work in?

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* 6. What did you most enjoy about the conference?

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* 7. What additions and enhancements would you like to see at SYNC 2020?

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* 8. Were you satisfied the with location of the conference?

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* 9. Please select the extent to which you agree/disagree that the conference supported the achievement of the overall learning objective

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Discuss current national and local efforts to increase patient access to care
Strategize national initiatives to end HIV transmission
Provide organizations information and tool to sustain and evolve in dynamic environment that will better meet the needs of their clients.
Employ the integration of HIV, HCV, STI, and other communicable diseases' prevention and care services into primary health care. 
Demonstrate readiness to create new partnerships to implement a synchronized approach to address patient/client care.

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* 10. Please rate the learning objective associated with the Sunday Institute you attended

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Prevention institute: Identify barriers to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) uptake among communities with the greatest burden of HIV. 
Transgender institute: Examine levels of competence needed to initiate hormone treatment for medical transition. 
Fiscal health Training institute: Discuss changes and trends in healthcare funding that most impact HIV and STD service providers
Opioid/HIV/HCV institute: Review key national and state policy and advocacy efforts on the opioid epidemic, drug use health, and intersections with infectious disease
Integrated Planning institute: Describe how to leverage existing strategies and practices to operationalize your integrated HIV plan through community engagement, funding alignment, and coordination with local "Getting to zero" and "Ending the Epidemic" plans
Black Womens Health Institute: Describe experiences of racism that may affect Black women's health outcomes. 

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* 11. Please rate the learning objective associated with the Monday Breakfast plenary you attended

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Plenary session 1: Describe the current HIV, HCV, STI an LGBT health landscape

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* 12. Please rate your ability to meet the learning objectives for the Monday AM track sessions you attended:

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PrEP Track: Describe knowledge and acceptance of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) among at-risk African Americans. 
LGBT Track: Recognize the higher rate of tobacco use in the LBGT community. 
HCV Track: Review national-level policy and strategies to eliminate hepatitis (HCV)
Fiscal health Training track: Review 340B Drug Pricing Program key compliance requirements. 
Women's health track: Identify the social determinants that affect women in the context of HIV, HCV, STI, and LGBT health. 
Generational health track: Recognize how creating youth-adult partnerships, specifically mentorships, support youth leadership development as a strategy for succession planning. 
MSM track: Examine the CHEMSEX behavior risk among gay and bisexual men of color. 
Clinical track: Identify non-traditional HIV testing programs. 
Policy and Advocacy track: Discuss the impact of HIV specific laws on people living with HIV. 
HRSA track: Recognize the current state of STIs in PLWH

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* 13. Please rate your ability to meet the learning objective of the Monday Lunch Plenary

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Describe the End HIV by 2030 plan

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* 14. Please rate your ability to meet the learning objectives for the Monday PM track sessions you attended:

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PrEP Track: Discuss the implications of Data to Care activities in PrEP clinical care. 
LGBT Track: Recognize the difference in the quality of health of LGBT communities compared to the health of non-LGBT communities
HCV Track: Summarize sexual transmission of hepatitis C (HCV) among men who have sex with men (MSM), specifically, HIV-infected MSM 
Fiscal health Training track: Define program income, in the contact of Ryan White programs, and review sources of program income. 
Women's health track: Discuss strategies and resources for empowering women with HIV and support structures to overcome trauma.
Generational health track: Examine trends in aging with HIV in NYC, including racial, gender, and socio-economic status-related differences in viral load suppression for OPLWH
MSM track: Examine "healthy black masculinity" from the perspective of male-identified persons of color
Clinical track: Identify strategies to improve the quality of care. 
Policy and Advocacy track: Engage participants to be self advocates
HRSA track: Provide strategic, data informed HIV technical assistance to leverage innovative practices and implement Practice Transformation (PT) to improve outcomes and address emerging priorities. 

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* 15. Please rate your ability to meet the learning objectives for the Monday SYNC sessions you attended:

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Disaster/Climate Change: Recognize the impact of natural disasters on health care access and interruption
Telemedicine: Describe how development of a telemedicine program for rural populations can expand healthcare access to people living with HIV, HCV, and other infectious diseases. 
Corrections: Discuss the state of HIV and HCV in correctional and post-correctional populations. 
Trauma-informed care: Recognize how Trauma Informed Care can impact individual healthcare
Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI): Describe how evaluation and data can improve and enhance medical services for PLWH
Sexual health: Recognize the unique needs of transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.
Faith: Discuss the role of the Church in HIV care
Social Determinants of Health: Determine how social determinants of health impact overall healthcare access and equity. 
Social Media: Describe the role of social media in HIV prevention
Biomedical/molecular surveillance: Characterize how HIV dynamics can be understood through genetic sequencing. 
Sex workers: Describe the parameters in which government and community partners can work to improve the health outcomes of sex workers. 
Effective programs for LGBT Communities: Describe strategies to manage an HIV diagnosis

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* 16. Please rate your ability to meet the learning objective for the Tuesday Breakfast Plenary

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Identify initiatives implemented by health departments and community based organizations to eliminate HIV. 

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* 17. Please rate your ability to meet the learning objectives for the Tuesday AM Tracks, only select those you attended.

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PrEP Track: Interpret epidemiological data regarding where PrEP uptake is still needed
LGBT Track: Describes ways to overcome barriers to accessing care in LGBT communities
HCV Track: Explain how harm reduction models can be used to address HCV prevention and care among people who inject drugs (PWID)
Fiscal health Training track: Outline the process of preparing for a HRSA HAB site visit, including document review, the onsite meeting, and corrective action planning, 
Women's health track: Describe the women's HIV epidemic in the District of Columbia
Generational health track: Describe how faith, personal values and attitudes can impact the ability of women to communicate on sexual health matters. 
MSM track: Examine how medical and community partners work together to develop linkage to services of HIV positive MSM of color
Clinical track: Define unintentional weight loss and distinguish it from wasting. 
Policy and Advocacy track: Highlight effective advocacy efforts with the current Administration and Congress

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* 18. Please rate your ability to meet the learning objective for the Tuesday Lunch Plenary:

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Describe the overall health environment from a policy lens

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* 19. Please select the extent to which you agree/disagree that the conference achieved the following:

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The faculty were effective in presenting the material
The content was evidence based
The educational material provided useful information for my practice
The activity enhanced my current knowledge base
The activity provided appropriate and effective opportunities for active learning (e.g., case studies, discussion, Q&A, etc)
The opportunities provided to assess my own learning were appropriate 

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* 20. Based upon your participation in this activity, do you intend to change your practice behavior?

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* 21. If you plan to change your practice behavior, what type of change do you plan to implement?

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* 22. How confident are you that you will be able to make your intended changes?

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* 23. Which of the following do you anticipate will be the primary barrier for implementing these changes?

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* 24. Was the content of these activities fair, balanced, objective and free of bias?

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* 25. Please list any other topics you would like to see addressed in future educational activities:

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* 26. Any other comments: 

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