Posters are available during Exhibit Hall hours. Meet with the poster authors to discuss their findings during the Exhibit Hall Opening Reception on Sunday evening.

A Qualitative Study on Living With Hepatitis C After IncarcerationSamir Kamat - Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Shumayl Syed - Icahn School of Medicine
Chronic Kidney Disease as a Paradigm for Managing Chronic Disease in the Correctional SettingAnn Ding - Brown University Warren Alpert School of Medicine
Factors Impacting MOUD Treatment Decisions in Criminal Justice-Involved PopulationsWilliam Mullen - Indivior
Integrating Full Continuum of Care in Correctional Settings: Lessons Learned From Facilities Across the United StatesJeff Goodale - HOK Architecture
Interventions for Improving Employment Outcomes for Justice-Involved People Living With HIV/AIDSCynthia Tucker - AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Real-World Evidence of Sofosbuvir/Velpatasvir as a Highly Effective Treatment and Elimination Tool in Underserved PopulationsRachel Prosser - Gilead Sciences, Inc.
Sustained Viral Suppression After Switch to Bictegravir/Emtricitabine/Tenofovir Alafenamide Among Clinical Trial Participants With M184V/ISha McCoy - Gilead Sciences, Inc.
Switching to Bictegravir/Emtricitabine/Tenofovir Alafenamide in Adults > 65: Results From a Phase 3b, Open-Label TrialSha McCoy - Gilead Sciences, Inc.
The Experiences of Incarcerated People in Accessing Mental Health Care: A Qualitative Meta-EthnographyAnne Reeder - University of Connecticut
Urologic Needs of California's Incarcerated Population: Transforming Care Delivery Through eConsultsDesiree Sanchez - HubMD Wise Healthcare