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Sexual Health Fair and HIV Testing

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Today is National Women and Girls HIV Awareness Day.   The purpose of the observance is to raise awareness of the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls.

It's estimated that at least half of all new HIV infections in the U.S. are among people under 25, and the majority of young people are infected sexually. Prevention is the best defense against infection from HIV and other STI's. 

University Health Services is collaborating with the College of Nursing and Health Sciences to bring you the most current information and resources about HIV and AIDS. Find information about the types of testing available and where you can get tested. 

2  p.m.– 4  p.m. Campus Center Terrace
Information Tables
“Mini” Health Fair featuring information and resources about HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.  

4 p.m. Campus Center 2545 | Refreshments will be provided 
Film Screening & Discussion
Women's Voices Women's Lives

5 p.m. Campus Center 2nd floor lobby 
Rapid HIV Testing
Harbor Health Services will be offering Rapid HIV Testing where results come in 20 minutes. This is accompanied with counseling to help to understand risk and harm reduction activities. Rapid HIV Testing Provided by Harbor Health Services.  Please check in at information table on terrace for more information about FREE and CONFIDENTIAL rapid HIV testing. 

For more information please contact Linda Dunphy, UHS Health & Wellness Program at 617.287.5680

For disability-related accommodations, including dietary accommodations, please visit two weeks prior to the event.