Maureen Scahill has over 25 years of experience providing direct prevention and clinical healthcare (primarily STD/HIV related) services to marginalized communities who experience significant health inequities and HIV/STD disparities. She has presented extensively on taking a sexual history and conducting a culturally appropriate behavioral risk assessment, in a non-judgmental, person-centered manner for persons living with and at high-risk for HIV.
For 20 years she has developed intervention and TA/training materials, and provided TA and training on HIV/STD prevention interventions.
Maureen’s STD/HIV clinical experience has been primarily with the Monroe County Department of Public Health (STD/HIV Prevention and Control Program).
In addition to her career as a clinician (45 years) and prevention specialist, Ms. Scahill has volunteered for decades providing clinical services for uninsured and for homeless persons. In addition, she has volunteered at a women’s shelter and has provided health consultation and staff development in the Rochester community.
Areas of Interest/Expertise:
HIV/STD/VH Clinical Management and Prevention, PrEP/PEP, Curriculum Development, Competent Care for Black Gay Men, HIV/STI/VH Education.