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Conversations with CEI

Conversations with Clinical Education Initiative (CEI) features clinical experts in HIV Primary Care and Prevention, Sexual Health, Hepatitis C and Drug User Health. Our episodes feature CEI clinicians’ experience and insight on the current health issues, alongside the latest news and guidelines on our areas of expertise.This podcast is produced by the CEI, a New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute program....more
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    3. Taking the Next Step: Providing Proactive Reproductive Health Care in Your Clinical Setting

    Reproductive healthcare is a critical part of healthcare overall. Yet components of this care, including abortion, are becoming more and more inaccessible to certain parts of the population, worsened by the overturning of Roe vs. Wade. The implications of this decision on access to care, marginalization and inequity are already being seen and causing substantial concern within the medical community.

    In this episode, Dr. Erica Bostick chats with Dr. Rachael Phelps, a nationally recognized family planning expert, about the impact of this decision on New York State clinicians and patients. Dr. Phelps offers her expertise and insights into what encompasses reproductive healthcare, and how clinicians can “take the next step” in offering comprehensive, preventative reproductive health services to patients of all ages.

    Nov 10,2022 38:41
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    4. Universal Hepatitis C Screening among Pregnant Persons: The Time is Now

    Hepatitis C is the most commonly reported blood-borne infection in the US, responsible for more deaths than all 60 reportable infectious diseases combined. Once most prevalent among “Baby Boomers” or those born between 1945 and 1965, the current hepatitis C burden disproportionately affects young adults who inject drugs, including women of childbearing age. Because of this epidemiological shift, perinatal transmission – which happens when a pregnant person living with hepatitis C passes it to their baby either within the uterus or during labor – is also on the rise. Approximately 6% of infants born to people with hepatitis C will become infected.

    Given the increased prevalence of hepatitis C among women of childbearing age, more people with hepatitis C will become pregnant and for many of them, obstetric care will be their primary encounter with the health system. Hepatitis C screening during pregnancy presents an opportunity for early identification as well as dialogue between pregnant people and their clinicians about transmission and risk. In a sense, pregnancy presents an ideal opportunity to diagnose hepatitis C among pregnant people, link them to care and refer them to treatment. Tackling hepatitis C among women, and during pregnancy in particular, is critical to achieving the New York State Hepatitis C Elimination Plan’s goal to eliminate hepatitis C as a public health problem in the state by 2030.

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    Oct 11,2022 27:48
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    8. There is Love in the Overdose Prevention Center

    The number of drug overdose deaths in the US more than quadrupled between 2000 and 2019, and opioid overdose was declared a national public health emergency in 2017. Nationally, overdose deaths were the highest on record in 2020 with over 91,000 drug-involved overdose deaths and over 68,000 opioid-involved overdose deaths reported. New York State is no exception to the trend –drug-involved overdose deaths increased by 37% between 2019 and 2020, and overdose deaths involving any opioid increased by 44% during the same period for an average of nearly 12 deaths every day.

    In response to the growing crisis, New York State convened a Heroin and Opioid Task Force in May 2016and on November 30th, 2021 New York became the first US city to open officially authorized Overdose Prevention Centers. Overdose Prevention Centers are an evidence-based approach to preventing overdose deaths adopted by countries around the world, however they remain unsanctioned in the US. They offer supervised, hygienic spaces for people who use drugs to do so safely, and provide a connection to health promoting services, such as harm reduction, medical care, mental health therapy, drug treatment and social supports. In addition, Overdose Prevention Centers improve individual and community health, increase public safety and reduce the social consequences of drug use.

    Opponents view the Centers as magnets for drug use, however the New York State Department of Health announced that in their first three months of operation, the Centers were used more than 9,500times and staff on-site averted more than 150overdoses to prevent injury and death.

    New York Harm Reduction Educators: https://nyhre.org/ Washington Heights CORNER Project: https://www.facebook.com/WashingtonHeightsCORNERProject/ February 2022 NYSDOH Epi Data Brief: Basic Needs among People who Use Opioids in NewYork City during the COVID-19 Pandemic https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/doh/downloads/pdf/epi/databrief131.pdf NYSDOH New York State County Opioid Quarterly Report (April 2022): https://health.ny.gov/statistics/opioid/data/pdf/nys_apr22.pdf Levengood, T.W., Yoon, G.H., Davoust, M.J., Ogden, S.N., Marshall, B.D.L., Cahill, S.R., & Bazzi, A.R. (2021). Supervised injection facilities as harm reduction: a systematic review. Am J Prev Med,61(5):738-749. doi: 10.1016/j.amere.2021.04.17 Kral, A.H., Lambdin, B.H., Wenger, L.D., & Davidson, P.J.(2020). Evaluation of an unsanctioned safe consumption site in the United States. N Engl J Med,383:589-590. doi: 10.1056/NEJMc2015435 

    Jun 09,2022 01:06:01
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    10. Where Are We Now With HIV and COVID-19

    As we enter year three of the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to review the latest updates about HIV and COVID-19.

    In the first segment we will speak with Dr. Robert Fullilove, EdD, about the social and historical factors which have led to racial health disparities for HIV and COVID-19. In the second segment we will speak with Dr. Keith Sigel, MD, PhD, MPH, who will unpack the latest research and data about COVID-19 outcomes for Persons Living with HIV (PLWH). The goal of this episode will be to provide information for providers about how to understand and meet their patients’ needs in relation to HIV and COVID-19.

    Part 1: Robert Fullilove, EdD,

    • Robert Fullilove Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health https://www.publichealth.columbia.edu/people/our-faculty/ref5
    • Burns, D Learning for Our Common Health Association of American Colleges and Universities Washington, DC 109-119 1999
    • Golembeski C, Fullilove R Criminal (in)justice in the City and Its Associated Health Consequences. American Journal of Public Health 95 1701-6 2005
    • Green LL, Fullilove MT, Fullilove, RE. Remembering the Lizard: Reconstructing Sexuality in the Rooms of Narcotics Anonymous. Journal of Sex Research 42 28-34 2005
    • Fullilove RE HIV Prevention in the African American Community: Why Isn't Anybody Talking about the Elephant in the Room? AIDScience 1 1-7 2001
    • Fullilove MT and Fullilove RE What's housing got to do with it? American Journal of Public Health 90 183-4 2000
    • Fullilove RE, Green LL, Fullilove MT The Family to Family Program: A Structural Intervention with Implications for the Prevention of HIV/AIDS and Other Community Epidemics. AIDS. Vol 14 (1S) 2000.63-67 14(1S) 63-67 2000
    • Levine RS, Foster JE, Fullilove RE et al. Black-White Inequalities in Mortality and Life Expectancy, 1993-1999 :Implications for Healthy People 2010. Public Health Reports 116 474-83 2001
    • Malebranch DJ, Peterson JL, Fullilove RE, Stackhouse RW. Race and Sexual Identity: Perceptions about Medical Culture and Healthcare among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men. Journal of the National Medical Association 96 97-107 2004
    • Part 2: Keith Sigel, MD, PhD, MPH

      • Braunstein, S. L., Lazar, R., Wahnich, A., Daskalakis, D. C., & Blackstock, O. J. (2021). Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection among people with human immunodeficiency virus in new york city: a population-level analysis of linked surveillance data. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 72(12), e1021-e1029.
      • Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. (2021) COVID-19 and HIV. https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/covid-19/index.html
      • Cooper, T. J., Woodward, B. L., Alom, S., & Harky, A. (2020). Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) outcomes in HIV/AIDS patients: a systematic review. HIV medicine, 21(9), 567-577.
      • Garret, N., Tapley, A., Andriesen, J., Seocharan, I., Fisher, L. H., Bunts, L., ... & Corey, L. (2021). High rate of asymptomatic carriage associated with variant strain Omicron. MedRxiv.
      • Sigel, K., Swartz, T., Golden, E., Paranjpe, I., Somani, S., Richter, F., ... & Glicksberg, B. S. (2020). Covid-19 and people with HIV infection: outcomes for hospitalized patients in New York City. Clinical Infectious Diseases.
      • Verity, R., Okell, L. C., Dorigatti, I., Winskill, P., Whittaker, C., Imai, N., ... & Ferguson, N. M. (2020). Estimates of the severity of coronavirus disease 2019: a model-based analysis. The Lancet infectious diseases, 20(6), 669-677.
    Apr 14,2022 50:23
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    15. Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP): What Clinicians Need to Know

    [The following episode was initially recorded as part of "Any Positive Change", which has since merged with Conversations with CEI]

    Pre-exposure prophylaxis, also known as PrEP, is a highly effective way to prevent HIV infection. While we are most familiar with the pill that is taken every day, there are new long acting injectables coming down the pipeline, with the potential to improve PrEP adherence. Roughly 1 in 5 people who use drugs are at very high risk of getting HIV. Despite this, very few of them are actually getting PrEP. To hear more about these new advancements in PrEP, and how we can close the treatment gap for people who use drugs, Dr. Linda Wang interviewed Dr. Tony Urbina, an infectious disease physician and Professor of Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine. Dr. Urbina is also the Medical Director of the New York State Clinical Education Initiative HIV Primary Care and Prevention Center of Excellence.

    Jun 28,2021 56:35
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    16. Updates in Sexually Transmitted Infections and Sexual Health

    [The following episode was initially recorded as part of "Any Positive Change", which has since merged with Conversations with CEI]

    In this episode, Dr. Linda Wang interviews Dr. Margie Urban, an infectious disease physician and Professor of Medicine at the University of Rochester and the Medical Director of the New York State Clinical Education Initiative Sexual Health Center of Excellence. Listen as we discuss the rising number of sexually transmitted infections affecting communities across the country and in New York State, and how clinicians and the New York State Department of Health have been responding to this crisis in the middle of a pandemic.

    Jun 04,2021 40:17
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    17. “Where they feel honored as a human being.”

    [The following episode was initially recorded as part of "Any Positive Change", which has since merged with Conversations with CEI]

    The medical clinic at New York Harm Reduction Educators (NYHRE) provides access to healthcare right in the middle of the drop-in center. Participants who come for sterile injection equipment can also receive treatment for hepatitis C and be prescribed buprenorphine, a medication for opioid use disorder, on-site at NYHRE. Perhaps more importantly, they receive all of this at a clinic that is loving, nurturing, and provides non-stigmatizing care to people who use drugs. Hear about how the NYHRE clinic operates and why it is so important to provide this low-barrier model of care to people who use drugs, from Brianna Norton, DO, Medical Director of the NYHRE medical clinic, and Christine Fitzsimmons, RN. Brianna and Christine also talk about the challenges faced during the pandemic, and how they are staying connected to their patients to keep them safe and healthy.

    Jan 22,2021 53:46
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    19. ”It‘s already rough out here.”

    [The following episode was initially recorded as part of "Any Positive Change", which has since merged with Conversations with CEI]

    Syringe service programs play a critical role in the lives of people who use drugs, providing not only sterile injection equipment and naloxone kits for overdose reversal, but also a safe and welcoming place to take a shower and get a cup of coffee. Some programs, like New York Harm Reduction Educators (NYHRE) in East Harlem, also provide medical care, including hepatitis C treatment and buprenorphine, a medication for opioid use disorder. In early 2019, when the Covid pandemic hit New York City and led to widespread disruptions in routine healthcare delivery, syringe service programs like NYHRE rapidly adjusted their model of care in order to sustain their life-saving programming. Hear from Sheree, a participant at NYHRE as well as Pia Marcus, Director of Syringe Access and Outreach for NYHRE and Washington Heights Corner Program, about their experiences.

    Jan 13,2021 46:15

Conversations with CEI

Conversations with Clinical Education Initiative (CEI) features clinical experts in HIV Primary Care and Prevention, Sexual Health, Hepatitis C and Drug User Health. Our episodes feature CEI clinicians’ experience and insight on the current health issues, alongside the latest news and guidelines on our areas of expertise.This podcast is produced by the CEI, a New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute program.

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