Sun, 29 November 2009
Robert Foley is currently the Acting Executive Director of the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center in Denver, CO. He has worked in varying aspects of the prevention field for the past 10 years, including community-based research and assessment, public information campaigns, coalition-building, and intervention planning for efforts around intimate partner violence, methamphetamine abuse, alcohol and other drug abuse issues, and most recently STD/HIV. We will be discussing World AIDS, which is on 12/1, the impact of HIV/AIDS in the Native American community, and the work of the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center. Contact information: http://nnaapc.org or (720) 382-2244. This show originally aired on 11/30/09.