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I List of Presentations at Public Meetings Following is a list of the presentations (arranged alphabetically by author) made at the two public meetings held by the Committee on a National Strategy for AIDS. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 8, 1986 Insurance; Screening Issues; AIDS in Prisons Chris Bowman, Concerned Republicans for Individual Rights Federal Incentives for Vaccine Development, Education: Gaps in Federal Response Harry Britt, Supervisor, San Francisco Insurance: Discrimination Larry Bush, Aide, and Art Agnos, California State Legislature Need for State Health Department Involvement in Policy Formation Kris tin e M. Gebbie, Oregon State Health Division A Public Health Policy Approach to Care and Treatment of AIDS Patients Hadley Hall, Visiting Nurses Association The Role of the Community-Based Physician in the AIDS Crisis Richard Hamilton, San Francisco Insurance Costs Carl Heimann, Schmidt & Schmidt Insurance Association Public Education Luis Maura, AIDS Project Los Angeles 336

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APPENDIX ~ 337 AIDS in the Workplace Nancy Merrit, Bank of America Insurance Coverage Jim Spc~hr, Concerned Insurance Professionals for Human Rights Screening Issues W. L. Warner, Bay Area Physicians for Human Rights Intermediate and Long-Term Care Needs: Education David Werdegar, San Francisco Department of Public Health NEW YORK CITY, MAY 15, 1986 Jim Campbell, private citizen GMHC Activities Robert Cecchi, Gay Men's Health Crisis, Inc. Public Education Reuben Dworski, Community Service Programs, AIDS Institute, New York State Department of Health Developing Community-Based Outpatient Services for IV Drug Abuse AIDS Patients Charles Eaton, ADAPT, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center AIDS: Concerns of a Substance Abuse Agency L. Allen Grooms, Jr., The Washington Area Council on Drug Abuse, Inc. AIDS Among IV Drug Abusers; Education of Female Sexual Partners Joyce Jackson, New Jersey State Department of Health The New York City Response to AIDS: Strategies for Prevention and Provision of Health Care Stephan Joseph, New York City Department of Health AIDS-Related Discrimination Mitchell Karp, Commission on Human Rights, City of New York Need for Increased Federal Funding for Biomedical Research Mathilde Prim, American Foundation for AIDS Research Long-Term Care Needs Harold Leeds, Village Nursing Home AIDS Project Research Needs; Education; Access to Health Care; Social Issues Alvin Novick, American Association of Physicians for Human Rights Volunteer Services for Minority Patients with AIDS Suki Parks, Minority Task Force on AIDS, The Council of Churches of the City of New York Settlement of AIDS Disputes Robert E. Stein, Environmental Mediation International Impact of AIDS on the Well Child Brenda Stoller, Nurses Network on AIDS

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. 338 APPENDIX ! Dual Diagnosis: AIDS and Chemical Dependency Ron Vachon, National Association of Lesbian and Gay Alcoholism Professionals Myths About Men: The Faulty Foundation of Public Health Policies to Counter AIDS Darrell Yates-Rist, Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation