The Women's Collective and The Well Project were pleased to provide this webinar—focused on educating healthcare providers-giving an overview of PrEP for women through a multi-disciplinary approach

Submitted on May 12, 2016

Surviving HIV Over the Long Term: The Past, Present, and the Future (Part 1 of 2) is the 4th webinar in the 2016 WATCH! series.

Submitted on Oct 28, 2016

Surviving HIV Over the Long Term: The Past, Present, and the Future (Part 2 of 2) is the 5th webinar in the 2016 WATCH! series.

Submitted on Nov 18, 2016

The Well Project joined forces with partner organization, Prevention Access Campaign, to present its 2nd webinar in the WATCH! 2017 series, "Undetectable Equals Untransmittable: Building Hope and Ending HIV Stigma."

Submitted on Jul 17, 2017

In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), The Well Project presented the webinar, "Using Social Media as a Tool for Empowerment and Advocacy".

Submitted on Mar 30, 2015

On July 7, The Well Project joined forces with partner organizations, Positive Women’s Network-USA, and TheBody.com to present its 3rd webinar in the 2016 WATCH! series, "Why Race Matters: Women, Intersectionality, and HIV."

Submitted on Jul 11, 2016

We are pleased to continue WATCH! (Women’s Advocacy and Treatment Coalition on HIV) in 2016 by offering a series of 5 webinars throughout the year.

Submitted on Mar 18, 2016

The Well Project is pleased to continue WATCH! (Women's Advocacy and Treatment Coalition on HIV) in 2017 by offering a series of webinars throughout the year.

Submitted on Feb 15, 2017

In honor of National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD), The Well Project joined forces with partner organization, Positive Women's Network-USA, to present its 1st webinar in the WATCH! 2017 series, "What You Need to Know: HIV Among Transgender Women and Barriers to Care."

Submitted on Mar 14, 2017

Women-specific Care: Sexual and Reproductive Health Continuum and HIV; Mental Health and HIV was the final in our eight-week webinar series that offers women living with HIV capacity building and training on HIV disease and treatment advocacy.

Submitted on Dec 3, 2015

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kmartel commented on The Change

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In 2005 the Women and HIV Think Tank changed its name to WRI to reflect the work of the group and ongoing commitment to measurable results in the management of HIV disease in women.

Did you just test positive for HIV? Look here for help on next steps, normal feelings, and finding support.

A Place at the Table: WATCH! is an eight-week webinar series that offers women living with HIV* capacity building and training on HIV disease and treatment advocacy.