Join us the night after Valentines Day for a night of film, love and conversation! You will be the first to see our newest film about Naloxone and hear from researches and experts from the field of harm reduction. This event is all about how harm reduction tools really are Acts of Love!
When: Wednesday, February 15 at 7:00 PM EST
Esha Sridhar (she/they)
Esha works as a Research Assistant at the People Place and Health Collective at Brown University School of Public Health. They have been working on a study focusing on Harm Reduction methods for substance use with a focus on testing for Fentanyl. Esha has also previously worked with qualitative research among criminalised populations and is focused on the intersection between research and community outreach. Through motivational interviewing and survey responses, Esha has been able to learn more about the experiences of individuals and will be joining us to talk about harm reduction methods and ways to normalize testing substances.
Caleb Loschiavo (he/him)
Caleb is a gay trans man with lived experience of recovery, as well as a public health researcher and educator working on his PhD. His work as a researcher and advocate centers the health and well-being of LGBTQ+ communities and communities affected by HIV. Harm reduction is the common thread throughout both his research (including sexual health, substance use, and healthcare access) and his personal life (in his relationships, in his recovery journey).