About Us

Training Center

We offer comprehensive, collaborative educational opportunities designed to increase the size and strength of the HIV clinical workforce, improve outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum and reduce the incidence of HIV infection by optimizing rates of virologic suppression.

HIV Care Continuum

A model that outlines the sequential steps or stages of HIV medical care as well as the proportion of individuals living with HIV who are engaged at each stage.

Practice Transformation

Practice Transformation includes specific attention to cultivating, supporting and sustaining longitudinal motivation within partnering practices, in addition to providing clinical and technological training and technical assistance.

Technical Support

Education, training, consultation, and clinical decision support for health care providers, allied health professionals, and health care support staff who care for PLWH or at high risk of HIV.

The Southeast AIDS Education and Training Center (SE AETC) is an eight state consortium that includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

AETC Regions

National Regions

The SE AETC is part of a nationwide network of 8 regional AETCs founded in 1987 by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) to train healthcare providers and disseminate rapidly changing information about HIV/AIDS.

All data from September 2015 – October 2016

Number of States

Training Oportunities

Participants Trained Last Year

Participants Trained Last Year

Clinicians (MD/NP)


Social Workers/Case Managers



We’re located at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in coordination with the Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic (VCCC) in Nashville, TN – one of the largest comprehensive HIV clinics in the country.

Vanderbilt Comprehensive Care Clinic