Industry-Sponsored Product Theaters

Product theaters feature industry presentations by meeting sponsors. Seating is limited and first-come, first-served (except if indicated by the sponsoring company below that they are requesting reservations).

Industry-Sponsored product theaters are not part of the ACHA 2019 Annual Meeting’s accredited educational activity nor eligible for CE credit. Session may contain promotion. The content and opinions expressed are those of the sponsor or presenters and not of ACHA.

An HIV Prevention Medication: Reducing the Risk of Acquiring HIV-1 Infection

Sponsored by Gilead Sciences, Inc.
Wednesday, May 29, 11:45 am-12:30 pm
Room: Columbine
Questions? Contact HIVPresentationTheater@medednow.com

Each year, approximately 40,000 new HIV infections are diagnosed in the U.S. This presentation will educate providers on an HIV prevention option and how to identify appropriate candidates. Additionally, clinical studies and recommended guidelines will be discussed.

Speaker(s): Joanne Brown, DNP, APRN-BC, Adjunct Faculty, College of Nursing; Nurse Practitioner, University Health Service, University of Kentucky

Well-Being Innovations in College Campus Settings from Aetna and ACHF

Sponsored by the American College Health Foundation
Wednesday, May 29, 11:45 am-12:30 pm
Room: Directors Row H
Questions? Contact aphelan@acha.org.

The American College Health Foundation is collaborating with Aetna Student Health to explore various approaches to well-being on college and university campuses. The Framing Well-Being in a College Campus Setting white paper will assist colleges and universities by highlighting innovative campus strategies and models used to promote well-being amongst students and employees in the higher education environment. Join us for a Q&A and to learn more about preliminary outcomes of our well-being research.

Speaker(s): Ryan Travia, MEd, Babson College, and Wendy Shanahan-Richards, MD, MBA, Aetna Student Health

STIs and HIV in College Health

Sponsored by binx health
Wednesday, May 29, 12:45 pm-1:30 pm
Room: Columbine
Questions? Contact howard.heller@mybinxhealth.com.

Rates of some sexually transmitted infections continue to rise in adolescents and young adults. STI screening guidelines, challenges associated with screening student populations, strategies for outreach and opportunities for education and new delivery methods to broaden access will be discussed. Guidelines for HIV prevention with daily medication, with a focus on frequently asked questions and challenges specific to the college health setting.

Speaker(s): Howard M. Heller, MD, MPH, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; binx health, Chief Medical Officer, and Margaret Higham, MD, Tufts University, Medical Director of Health Service; binx health, Director of Medical Affairs

Understanding Meningococcal Serogroup B (MenB): How It Can Affect Your Campus and What You Can Do to Help Prevent It

Sponsored by GSK
Thursday, May 30, 11:45 am-12:30 pm
Room: Columbine

This presentation will detail the risks and consequences of MenB, how to help prepare your campus before MenB occurs, and a case study on the cost and impact of an outbreak.

Speaker(s): Dr. Leonard Friedland, MD, GSK

From Science to Symptoms: A Deeper Look at Narcolepsy

Sponsored by Jazz Pharmaceuticals
Thursday, May 30, 12:45 pm-1:30 pm
Room: Columbine

Narcolepsy is a chronic and potentially disabling neurologic disorder that can be difficult to identify and diagnose. Even sleep specialists report that they are not always comfortable making the diagnosis. To better understand the complex issues associated with narcolepsy and best practices for establishing a narcolepsy diagnosis, join us at a Narcolepsy Link® live event at 12:45 pm on Thursday, May 30, 2019. Space is limited. Register now to reserve your seat! Email JazzEventReg@mei-nyc.com.

Speaker(s): Russell Rosenberg, PhD, DABSM, Founder and Director, Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine and Technology