The Oregon AIDS Education and Training Center, in collaboration with the Oregon Health Authority, is hosting the 2019 HIV Continuum of Care conference - a two-day training event for individuals in a professional role to support those at risk of or living with HIV/AIDS in their community. This includes clinicians, nurses, pharmacists, case managers, care coordinators and community health workers.

This inter-professional training opportunity will balance clinical and social service supports to improve patient engagement in care. Content will address disparities facing clients living in more rural communities.

Registration: This conference is FREE to all medical and social service providers in a professional role along the HIV Care Continuum from prevention to viral suppression. Please click the button above to register for the conference. PLEASE NOTE: Registration opens at 7:30 AM on each day of the conference. Conference programming begins promptly at 9:15 AM.

Presentations: All registered participants will receive a password, via email, to access PDFs of all slides presented at the conference. Please click here to access the presentation page of this website. If you are having trouble accessing the presentations email or call 971.200.5266. Presentations will be uploaded in the order they are received.

Accreditation: Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians, National Association of Social Workers and the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC).

Tabling: If you are a community organization interested in sharing resources with conference participants, click here to complete our tabling/resources form to secure a table and/or be considered for inclusion in the conference program. If you represent a commercial entity and wish to display at the conference, please email Alysha Cabral at

Parking: Free parking is available onsite, please take your ticket to the registration desk for validation. Given the anticipated attendance for this year’s event we strongly encouraging carpooling and public transportation. If you are taking the Max, there are free shuttles from the airport every 10 to 15 minutes. Additional parking is also available at Aloft in Cascade Station with a free shuttle to the conference venue departing every 10 to 15 minutes.

Planning committee members:

Alysha Cabral, Training Coordinator, Oregon AETC
Pete Clark, Program Manager, STD, HIV, HVC, Multnomah County
Josh Ferrer, HIV/STD Prevention and Surveillance Manager, Oregon Health Authority
Heather Hargraves, HIV/TB Community Services Manager, Oregon Health Authority
Toni Kempner, Clinic Manager, Multnomah County Health Department
Jonathon Livingston, CAREAssist Manager, Oregon Health Authority
Amanda McCluskey, Program Director, HIV Alliance
Dayna Morrison, Program Manager, Oregon AETC
Sugat Patel, MD, Samaritan Health
Rachel Swanson, PrEP Coordinator, HIV Alliance
Jeff Williams, Ryan White Program Manager, Eastern Oregon Center for Independent Living
Jim Winkle, Training Coordinator, Oregon AETC
Brittney Wright, Client Services Pilot Programs Manager, HIV Alliance