The Howard University HIV Prevention Program (H2P)
I Jean Davis, PhD, DC, PA, MSCR. Dr. Davis is an educator, clinician and researcher. She is an Associate Professor, Internal Medicine at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, College of Medicine. As a National Minority-AETC and Pacific-AETC faculty, she has trained 100s of clinical and non-clinical HIV/AIDS providers, and dozens of AIDS Serving and Community Based Organizations with a focus on diverse communities. Dr. Davis has provided didactic and clinical training and education programs thereby increasing the number of providers serving this community enhancing HIV/AIDS prevention, early intervention and care. In addition she has developed and implemented programs on Health Cultural Competency for providers and community members.
Working with Community Health Centers (CHC) and hospitals, Dr. Davis has developed tailored policies and procedures for the California “Opt-Out” Law and HIV testing for pregnant women, during the 3rd trimester (based community viral load) and in Labor & Delivery. She has also provided training on Prevention for Positives for the STD/HIV Prevention Centers. As a researcher her focus has been on HIV/AIDS and other health disparities.