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HIV and STD Learning Products


Archived Presentations from the 2012 National STD Prevention ConferenceContinuing Education

  • Covers STD topics including biomedical and laboratory issues, epidemiology and surveillance, health services and systems, social and behavioral aspects of prevention
  • Register for continuing education

Hepatitis Web StudyContinuing Education

  • Intended for health care workers who provide clinical care to persons with viral hepatitis
  • Offers case-based modules dealing with the diagnosis and management of hepatitis A, B, C, and other hepatitis viruses

HIV — Cultural Diversity

  • Presents an overview of necessary elements to provide culturally competent services for diverse populations
  • Includes a discussion of general cultural awareness, with an emphasis on African American and Hispanic cultures

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HIV WEB STUDY: (See Prevention for Positives)

  • Designed to meet the HIV clinical care education needs of primary care providers with various levels of HIV clinical care knowledge and experience
  • Includes interactive, clinically relevant case studies

Incorporating HIV Prevention into the Medical Care of Persons Living with HIV

  • Translates scientific evidence into practical tools for providers to use with HIV-infected patients
  • Intended to influence the adoption of a new standard for routine care, helping physicians work

Partner Services for Medical Providers and Referring Providers

  • Designed for Clinical and Service Providers who refer HIV and STD patients to health department Partner Services
  • Provides an overview of the principles that guide effective practice in discussing a referral to Partner Services with patients

2010 STD Treatment Guidelines Webinar Series

  • 2010 STD Treatment Guidelines Webinar — Managing STDs in Correctional Settings: Behind the WallsContinuing Education
    • Intended for clinicians providing care for persons with, or at risk for STDs, or clinicians and other staff working in health care settings that provide clinical care for persons with, or at risk for STDs
    • Highlights key changes to the 2010 STD Treatment Guidelines
  • Focus on Adolescent Sexual Health WebinarContinuing Education
    • Intended for clinicians who see adolescents in primary care practice settings
    • Highlights the impact of STDs on adolescents in the U.S., CDC and AAP STD screening recommendations for adolescents, changes to the 2010 STD Treatment Guidelines relevant to the care of adolescents, and sexual health resources for adolescent care providers
  • 2010 STD Treatment Guidelines Webinar: An Overview by CDC and the NNPTC
    • Intended for clinicians who care for persons in correctional facilities
    • Provides an introduction to STD screening and treatment in correctional facilities with an overview of the epidemiology and a discussion of STD screening in correctional facilities
    • Components of the 2010 STD Treatment Guidelines and additional resources relevant to clinicians working in correctional facilities are also discussed

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