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* 1. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement with the following statements about the overall SYNChronicity Conference learning objectives:

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Discuss how to sync approaches to delivery treatment and care to underserved medical populations at the national, state, and local levels.
Describe how diverse organizations can work together to incorporate health equity across HIV, HCV, STI, and COVID-19 among underserved populations, including LGBTQ, racial and ethnic minority, and older persons.
Strategize how to sync national initiatives to end HIV, HCV, STI, and COVID-19 transmission, particularly among underserved populations, at the national, State, and local levels.
Detail the challenges and approaches to delivering prevention and care services for HIV, HCV, STI, and other communicable diseases into primary health care.
Enumerate tools and resources that help organizations and providers evolve and sustain synced health delivery efforts in a dynamic health care environment.
Demonstrate readiness to create new partnerships to implement a synchronized approach to address patient/client care across HIV, HCV, STI, and LGBTQ health.

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* 2. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Tuesday, September 8, 2020, Plenary Session I, “SYNCing Health Equity Across HIV, HCV, STI, and LGBTQ Health”, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM: Participation in Plenary Session I increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the session’s learning objectives: (See the program to view the learning objectives for Plenary Session I.)

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Plenary Session I, SYNCing Implementation to Advance Health Equity: HIV, HCV, STI, and LGBTQ Health, Tuesday, September 8, 2020

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* 3. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Wednesday, September 9, 2020, Plenary Session II, “SYNCing to End the HIV Epidemic During the COVID-19 Pandemic”, 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM: Participation in Plenary Session II increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the session’s learning objectives: (See the program to view the learning objectives for Plenary Session II. If you did not attend Plenary Session II, please skip this question.)

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Plenary Session II, SYNCing to End the HIV Epidemic During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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* 4. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Track I Session you attended on Wednesday, September 9, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM: Participation in this Track 1 Session increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the stated learning objectives.(See the program to view the learning objectives for each Track I Session.)

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Clinical Health: Meaningful Integration of Behavioral Health Services
Fiscal Health: Planning to End the Epidemic
Generational Health: The Resilience Models of Long-Term Survivors: Aging & HIV
Harm Reduction: Harm Reduction: Balancing Flexibility and Advocacy
Hepatitis C Health: Realizing the Cure: HCV Testing and Treatment Models for Key Populations
HRSA / HAB: HRSA Special Project of National Significance (SPNS) Initiative
Innovative Practice: Equal and Equitable Care for Every Patient Through the Linkage to and Retention in Care Lens
LBGTQ+ Health: A Bumpy Ride: Navigating Healthcare in the LGBTQ+ Community
MSM of Color Health: Best Practices in Learning and Curriculum Development to Support Holistic Health Among MSM of Color
PrEP: Technology Based Strategies for Improving PrEP Adherence and Promoting Increased Retention in Care (non-CME)
Social Determinants of Health: Live, Work, Play, and Stay: Exploring Social Determinants of Health and the Impact on Health Equity
Substance Use / Opioids: Developing Whole Person Health Systems to Support People Who Inject Drugs
Women’s Health: The Intersection of Health Literacy, and Women’s Health: Leveraging our Experience and Research to Improve Health Outcomes

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* 5. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Institute I Session you attended on Wednesday, September 9, 2020, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM: Participation in this Institute 1 Session increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the stated learning objectives.(See the program to view the learning objectives for each Institute.)

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Biomedical Interventions: Bio-Medical Interventions Institute
Black Women’s Health: Real Talk: Black Women’s Health Institute
Tele-Health: Reducing Barriers and Increasing Access to Care Through Telehealth  
Transgender Health: Transgender Health Institute

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* 6. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Track II Session you attended on Wednesday, September 9, 2020, 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM: Participation in this Track II Session increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the stated learning objectives. (See the program to view the learning objectives for each Track II Session.)

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Clinical Health: Innovative Methods for Promoting Viral Suppression
Fiscal Health: Organization Sustainability Models  
Harm Reduction: Barriers to Care: Racism and Stigma
Hepatitis C Health: SYNCing Services to End the Epidemics: Lessons Learned From Integrated HIV, HCV and Behavioral Health Initiatives in the Southern U.S.
HRSA / HAB: Improving Hepatitis C Virus Surveillance Capacity to Identify and Treat HIV/HCV Coinfection
Innovative Practice: Forging Partnerships to End the Epidemic
LBGTQ+ Health: Following the Map: Working Together to Make Change
MSM of Color Health: Engagement and Community Collaboration
PrEP: Listening First: Client-Centered Approaches to Engaging Clients in PEP Assessments and PrEP Monitoring
Social Determinants of Health: Exploring the Social Determinants of Health and LGBTQ Education Across the Lifespan
Substance Use / Opioids: Utilizing Client-Focused Engagement to Increase Linkage to Care
Women’s Health: Creating a Circle of HIV Care for Women  

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* 7. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Wednesday, September 9, 2020, Poster Session, 6:00 PM – 6:30 PM: The Poster Session increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities:

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Poster Hall

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* 8. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Thursday, September 10, 2020, Plenary Session III, “Aging, HIV Prevention and Care: Syncing Clinical, Structural and Practical Implications, Presented by Gilead Sciences, Inc.​,” 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM: Participation in Plenary Session III increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the session’s learning objectives: (See the program to view the learning objectives for Plenary Session III.)

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Plenary Session III: Aging, HIV Prevention and Care: Syncing Clinical, Structural and Practical Implications, Presented by Gilead Sciences, Inc.

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* 9. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Track III Session you attended on Thursday, September 10, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM: Participation in this Track III Session increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the stated learning objectives.(See the program to view the learning objectives for each Track III Session.)

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Clinical Health: Innovative Practices for Complex Problems: Engaging and Retaining Priority Populations
Fiscal Health: 340B Programs: From Start-Up to Maximization
Generational Health: Sexual Health Frameworks Across Generations
Harm Reduction: De-escalation
Hepatitis C Health: Optimizing HCV Screening, Linkage to Care, and Treatment for Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Patients
HRSA / HAB: Training and Technical Assistance Available for Community Based Organizations and the HIV Community
Innovative Practice: Data Collection for Program Enhancement
LBGTQ+ Health: Rolling Down the Window: Smoking Cessation in the LGBTQ+ Community
MSM of Color Health: Developing and Supporting Peer Navigation to Improve MSM Engagement and Retention in Care
PrEP: Complicating the Narrative: Discussing Strategies for Engaging Priority Populations in PrEP Uptake and Use
Social Determinants of Health: Hidden to a T: The Impact of Trauma on Social Determinants of Health
Substance Use / Opioids: Integrating Low-Barrier Substance Use and Harm Reduction Services
Women’s Health: The Invisible Community of Women Ending the Epidemic

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* 10. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Institute II Session you attended on Thursday, September 10, 2020, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM: Participation in this Institute II Session increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the stated learning objectives.(See the program to view the learning objectives for each Institute II Session.)

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HIV/HCV Co-Infection: Annual National Monitoring Report on HIV/HCV Co-Infection and Impact from COVID-19
Tele-Health: Leveraging Telehealth for Heightened Communication and Care Across the Continuum

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* 11. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Thursday, September 10, 2020, Special Session I: “Intersectional Stigma and Access to Comprehensive Care​,” 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM: Participation in Special Session I increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the session’s learning objectives: (See the program to view the learning objectives for Special Session 1.)

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Special Session I: Intersectional Stigma and Access to Comprehensive Care

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* 12. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Thursday, September 10, 2020, Plenary Session IV, “SYNCing Syndemics and Health Equity: From HIV, STDs and HCV to Opioids and COVID-19”, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM: Participation in Plenary Session IV increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the session’s learning objectives: (See the program to view the learning objectives for Plenary Session IV. If you did not attend Plenary Session IV, please skip this question).

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Plenary Session IV: SYNCing Syndemics and Health Equity: From HIV, STDs and HCV to Opioids and COVID-19

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* 13. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Track IV Session you attended on Thursday, September 11, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM: Participation in this Track IV Session increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the stated learning objectives.(See the program to view the learning objectives for each Track IV Session.)

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Clinical Health: Caring for Your Community: Supporting a Healthy HIV Workforce
Fiscal Health: Program Income
Harm Reduction: Lighthouse Learning Collective: Queering Narratives on Harm Reduction
Hepatitis C Health: Policy, Programs, and Payers: Addressing Structural Barriers to Improve HCV Health Outcomes
HRSA / HAB: Building Community Capacity for Engagement to End the HIV Epidemic
Innovative Practice: From Media Sexual Health Messaging to Treatment
LBGTQ+ Health: Enjoying the Ride: The Importance of Peer Support and Community in Healthcare
MSM of Color Health: Expanding HIV Prevention and Care Opportunities
PrEP: Systems Based and Provider Led Approaches to Increasing PrEP Engagement in a Variety of Clinical Settings
Social Determinants of Health: Two Critical Components in Addressing Social Determinants of Health: Mental Health & Housing

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* 14. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statement about the Friday, September 11, 2020, Special Session II, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM: Participation in Special Session II increased my knowledge, skills, and abilities across all of the session’s learning objectives: (See the program to view the learning objectives for Special Session II.)

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Special Session II: Diversifying the Workforce
Special Session II: Syncing Activism, Advocacy & Organizing Through HIV Criminalization Modernization

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* 15. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statements about SYNChronicity 2020 Overall:

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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 (e.g., questions before, during or after the activity)

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* 16. Please indicate the extent of your agreement/disagreement following statements about SYNChronicity 2020 Overall:

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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 (e.g., questions before, during or after the activity)

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* 17. Based upon your participation in this activity, do you intend to make changes in your organization or practice? (Select only one of the following options)

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* 18. How many clients do you think will be impacted by the changes you make? (Enter "0" if you do not intend to make any changes.)

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* 19. If you plan to change your practice behavior, what type of changes do you plan to implement? (check all that apply)

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* 20. Indicate your level of agreement with the following statement:

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

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* 21. Which of the following are barriers to change within your organization?

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* 22. Was the content of the SYNC Conference fair, balanced, objective and free of bias?

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* 23. Please list any clinical issues/problems within your scope of practice you would like to see addressed in future educational activities:

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* 24. How did you learn about SYNChronicity? (Click all that apply.)

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* 25. Have you attended SYNChronicity previously?

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* 26. If you have attended in the past, note which year(s):

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* 27. Why did you attend SYNChronicity 2020? (Click all that apply.)