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Transforming Care Conference

The Equitas Health Institute is hosting the 2018 Transforming Care: LGBTQ & HIV/AIDS Health Equity Conference on October 18-19 at The Ohio State University Fawcett […]

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2018 Masquerage

Since its inception, Masquerage has raised more than $1.25 million in unrestricted funds in support of HIV/AIDS case management, education, prevention, and advocacy for Equitas Health.

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RED Dayton 2019

RED Dayton Table Design Gala is a biennial event produced by and to benefit Equitas Health.

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News & Commentary

#EquitasHealthVotes Voting for our Lives

Equitas Health Employees Now Get Paid Time Off to Vote

10/17/2018 – In the last midterm election, nearly 60% of eligible voters didn’t cast a ballot—35% of those nonvoters named scheduling conflicts at work or school as the prime reason they didn’t vote. That’s why Equitas Health has joined a growing list of more than 200 companies nationwide who have given their staff paid time off to vote—either before or on Election Day.

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Transforming Care Conference 2018

10/6/2018 – The Equitas Health Institute will host its third annual Transforming Care Conference (TCC) at The Ohio State University – Fawcett Center October 18-19th. The conference will feature renowned experts in LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS health and bring together hundreds health and social service providers, community members, advocates, researchers, students, activists and community leaders.

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“The Gateway” Newsletter – October 2018

What does it mean to live in the Undetectable = Untransmittable era? Is Dr. Amy Seese accepting new patients in Dayton and what are the names of her pets? How do I register for the Transforming Care Conference? Can filling prescriptions really be an act of social responsibility? And what historic building is Masquerage about to transform? All your questions answered in the October issue of The Gateway newsletter.

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