HIV ECHO

HIV ECHO

The HIV ECHO program delivers virtual mentoring sessions around HIV screening, diagnosis, and treatment and aims to help reduce healthcare barriers for populations at risk.

The HIV ECHO program is free and open to all members of the healthcare providers including, physicians, pharmacists, advance practice nurses, case managers, and social workers who will share cases, learn best practices, and consult with peers and expert faculty.

The HIV ECHO meets online on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 8:30-10:00 a.m. ET and 4th Thursday of the month from 12:30-2:00 p.m. ET via Zoom.

Register for HIV ECHO

For any questions, please reach out to our Program Coordinator, Caroline Kryder-Reid: ckryderr@iu.edu 

Upcoming Curriculum Topics

Curriculum topics are subject to change

DateDidactic Topics
10/27/2022Insurance Navigation and Management
11/10/2022Canceled for APHA Conference
11/24/2022Canceled for Thanksgiving
12/8/2022TBA
12/22/2022Canceled for Christmas
1/12/2023Resistance
1/26/2023HIV and Aging

Registered participants have access to our Canvas resource library.

DateDidactic Topics
02/24/2022HIV and Pregnancy
03/10/2022Hot Topics in HIV Primary Care
03/24/2022Motivational Interviewing
04/14/2022The Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) Update
04/28/2022PrEP Updates
05/12/2022Anal Pap Updates
05/26/2022Intro to Cultural Competency (First-person Language)
06/09/2022Rescheduled
06/23/2022Mental Health and HIV
07/14/2022Rapid Start Program
07/28/2022Ending the HIV Epidemic in African-American Communities
08/11/2022Addressing Monkeypox in Practice
08/25/2022HIV in Rural Communities
09/08/2022HIV Prevention and Treatment Challenges in Rural America
09/22/2022Exploring HIV Providers' Considerations of Trans Women in Gender-Specific Care
10/13/2022Consequences of Weight Gain Secondary to INSTI/TAF Regimens & Is It Reversible?

Hub Team

Kyle Bonham, MSW, LSW

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Manager-Ambulatory | IU Health LifeCare

Kyle started his HIV work in Indiana in 2009 as an AmeriCorps member with The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, placed at IU Health LifeCare.  He is now a licensed social worker and is the manager of that same department. 

Kellie Kaneshiro, AMLS, AHIP

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Librarian | Ruth Lilly Medical Library

B.S. Microbiology | Purdue University

AMLS Library Science | University of Michigan

Angela Mattingly, PharmD, AAHIVP

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Clinical Pharmacist | Damien Center

Angela grew up in Indianapolis and began her pharmacy career at Purdue University, where she received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree. She then moved to Kansas City, Missouri to complete a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program with the University of Missouri Kansas City and Walgreens. While working in Kansas City, she developed a passion for HIV care and prevention and became credentialed through the American Academy of HIV Medicine as an HIV Pharmacist. Angela returned to Indianapolis in 2017 to open a pharmacy at Damien Center, and then in 2019 became the first clinical pharmacist at Damien Cares.

Bree Weaver, MD

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Chief of Internal Medicine | Eskenazi Health

After graduating from Louisiana State Health Sciences Center School of Medicine, Dr. Weaver left her home state to complete Internal Medicine and Pediatrics residency, as well as an Infectious Diseases fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine.  She provides inpatient and outpatient ID consults as well as care of children and adults living with HIV.  She served as the Chief of Infectious Diseases and Medical Director of the Infectious Disease Clinic at Eskenazi Health for 8 years prior to becoming Chief of Internal Medicine at Eskenazi in December 2021.

Betina Youssef-Hatch, MSW, LCSW

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Senior Project Manager | IU Health LifeCare

Betina Youssef-Hatch joins the Hub team with over 33 years of experience as both a medical social worker and manager. She began her social work career in 1985 in pediatrics as a medical social worker in Baltimore, Maryland where she witnessed a greater incidence of HIV diagnoses in newborn infants. Her passion for working with people with HIV led her to accept a position with IU Health LifeCare as a Medical Social Worker in 1992. She has served people living with HIV in many roles within LifeCare and in the greater Indiana HIV community. Yousesef-Hatch feels grateful for the opportunities the ECHO community has provided.