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Intensive Clinical Training Offered to Community Health Centers by HealthHIV

June 2013

clinical training

Throughout May and June, HealthHIV conducted a high number of intensive clinical trainings at community health centers across the country, including: Richmond Community Health Center in Staten Island, NY; Chinatown Community Health Center in Los Angeles, CA; Family Health Centers of Baltimore in Baltimore, MD; Operation Samahan in San Diego, CA; Mary's Center for Maternal & Child Care in Washington, D.C.; and Clinicas del Camino Real in Ventura, CA.

Topics covered in the trainings, include:

  • Acute HIV Infection with Case Study
  • Delivering HIV Test Results
  • Epidemiology of HIV Infection
  • Implementing HIV Testing in Primary Care: Parts 1 & 2
  • Initial Approach to the HIV-Positive Patient: Guide to First Visit
  • Initiating ART in Treatment-Naive Patients: What to Start & When to Start
  • Laboratory Testing and Other Screenings for Initial and Ongoing Assessments of HIV Patients
  • Life Cycle and Natural History of HIV/AIDS
  • OI Prophylaxis and Prevention with Positives
  • Risk Reduction and Prevention with Positives

To learn more about HealthHIV's HIV clinical trainings for health centers contact info@healthhiv.org.




This article was provided by HealthHIV. It is a part of the publication HealthLine. Visit HealthHIV's website to find out more about their activities and publications.
 

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