Please see below for further details about how to create a SEATC profile and register for each of the CFAR-wide webinars.

View Past Webinar Recordings

Webinars occur on the third Monday of the month at 3:30pm.

2019 Webinar Schedule


January 28th: Brian Mustanski (Third Coast CFAR), “Don’t assume if you build it they will come. Two hybrid effectiveness-implementation trials of eHealth HIV prevention programs for diverse adolescent and young adult MSM”
February 25th
: Robin Lanzi, Pam Foster, Edward Jackson (UAB CFAR), and Michael Keefer (Rochester CFAR), “Research Strategies of the Inter-CFAR Faith and Spirituality Research Collaborative (CFSRC): Tackling the Epidemic in the Deep South”
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March 25th: Alan Greenberg (DC CFAR), Nanette Benbow (Third Coast CFAR), and April Pettit (Tennessee CFAR), “CFARs and Health Departments- Working together to improve HIV surveillance, prevention, care and research”
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April 22nd: Mackenzie Cottrell and Angela Kashuba (UNC CFAR), “Use and Misuse of Adherence Measures in Clinical Trials”
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May 20th: Curt Beckwith (Providence/Boston CFAR), “CFAR Collaboration on HIV in Corrections”
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September 23rd: Diego Cuadros (University of Cincinnati), “Assessing the role of geographical HIV hot-spots in the spread of the epidemic”
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October 28: Jeff Stringer and Ben Chi (UNC CFAR), Steffanie Strathdee (UCSD CFAR), and Grace John-Stewart (UW CFAR), “What role can International Cores play in supporting CFARs?”
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Step 1: Set up a profile with SEAETC at the following link.
Step 2: For future webinars you will be sent a registration link.  If you already have a profile, you can register in 3 clicks! (If you have not set up a profile, you’ll be prompted to set up a participant profile first.) If you are not automatically redirected to the registration page, simply click the registration link again.

If you’re not sure if you have a profile or not, click the following link, enter your email, and click “Forgot Password”.

If you need assistance setting up your profile or registering for individual events, please contact NCATECs Ben Clack.