Patricia Coury-Doniger is a nationally certified nurse practitioner and Founder of the Center for Community Practice at University of Rochester, New York.
She received her training from the Graduate School of Nursing, Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York, and is certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Pat has over 30 years of experience as a clinician in STD and family planning clinics, primarily responsible for the development and implementation of the MC HIV/STD/VH Prevention Program/Clinic’s unique model of integrated STD/HIV/VH prevention services provided in clinical, community, and juvenile/criminal justice settings utilizing a highly efficient nurse-based, self-sustaining clinic model. Pat has extensive experience in the development, evaluation, and implementation of evidence-based behavioral interventions for the prevention of HIV and other STDs, and has developed numerous associated training and capacity building curricula and materials.
She is the co-developer of an evidence-based, group-level, HIV/STD behavioral intervention for black gay men, Many Men Many Voices, which is selected by CDC for national diffusion.
Areas of Interest/Expertise:
HIV/STD/VH Clinical Management and Prevention, Public Health Program Administration, PrEP/PEP, Curriculum Development, Behavioral Interventions, 340B Program, Third Party Billing, Cultural Competent Care for Black Gay Men.