Education & Training
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.
Located at Vanderbilt’s Comprehensive Care Clinic, a recognized leader in HIV care, we have access and the ability to leverage the resources and experience in training and professional education, program management, and the research of Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Training topics consistent in all states are provided in easily accessible formats across the region allowing partners the freedom to focus training on HIV educational needs most vital to the success of their providers and to close identified gaps in training and education.
Archived Online Training
Objectives Recognize the difference between a refugee, asylum seeker and internally displaced person Discuss the gravity of the refugee situation in the world today Discuss refugee vulnerability to HIV Identify what limits the optimization of care of HIV+ refugees in...
Objectives Demonstrate Therapeutic Alliance with patients in brief patient interactions Describe the role of empathic accuracy in patient success rates Expand the presentation of empathic accuracy in brief patient interactions Implement session and outcome rating...
Objectives Epidemiology Global, National, Local Challenges Inequalities and IPV Antiretroviral therapy and women Prep Adherence Pregnancy Health Screening Bone health Cancer Vaccination Presented by: Sharon Weissman, MD Professor of Internal Medicine University of...
Objectives Discuss the state of science around the HIV Continuum of Care ("treatment cascade") Describe the crucial role of linkage to care (LTC) along the HIV Continuum Recount our experiences with LTC in a large, academic-based clinic Introduce Project CONNECT as an...
Upcoming Live Events By Region
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- Locking Down HIV & HCV: Treating Infectious Diseases in Correctional Settings on July 13, 2017 8:00 am