CDC is developing a new curriculum specifically for Latino gay and bisexual men called "Sin Buscar Excusas/No Excuses" and will have a FREE pilot training in Atlanta June 28-29.
This training is currently open for registration. Those wishing to apply may do so by going to:
The application will close on May 27, 2016 and acceptance notifications will be sent out shortly thereafter.
The training will be at the Georgia Department of Public Health in downtown Atlanta. Participants in this PILOT course will learn how to facilitate the Sin Buscar Excusas/No Excuses intervention at their organization. Sin Buscar Excusas/No Excuses is a single-session, small group, video-based behavioral intervention that aims to increase sexual safety and HIV testing among Latino men who have sex with men (MSM). Adapted from the widely disseminated VOICES/VOCES intervention, Sin Buscar Excusas/No Excuses can be delivered in clinics and community agencies. Groups last about 45-60 minutes and include three core elements: