National Latinx Conference


About NaLa

The National Latinx Conference on HIV/HCV/SUD also known as NaLa, aims to create opportunities to share information and efforts around health disparities that negatively impact the Latinx population such as Human immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Hepatitis C (HCV) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD), by bridging the varied disciplines of education, advocacy, and clinical care. Thus, creating better health outcomes for the Latinx population.



  • Increase knowledge, communication skills and respectful attitudes towards the Latinx community and those living with HIV, HCV, or SUD.
  • Increase awareness of the cultural and social barriers faced by the Latinx population in seeking/receiving treatment, care, and prevention services for HIV, HCV and SUD.
  • Increase understanding of the disproportionate impact that HIV, HCV and SUD has among Latinx communities.
  • Increase ability to develop culturally tailored medical practices and interventions that support Latinx patients in achieving a better understanding of their health and their care.
  • Increase capacity of organizations to provide services that are both health equitable and health literate. 


  • Rapid StART
  • Long-acting injectables
  • Gender Affirming Care
  • Long-term survivors
  • Elite controllers
  • Monkeypox
  • Vaccine Progress
  • Community Engagement
  • Family Planning
  • Pediatric & Adolescent Updates
  • Stigma
  • Sustainability efforts
  • HIV and aging
  • Compassion Fatigue
  • HIV Criminalization
  • Community Caucus
  • CLAS
  • Sexual Health & Primary Care
  • ADAP Program
  • HIV & Immigration
  • HIV & Nutrition
  • Safe Sex
  • HIV and recovery
  • Inclusive sex education
  • Gender diversity
  • Non-clinical approaches
  • Hep C
  • Intimate Partner Violence
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