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Learning products and resources to inform the public health community about preventing HIV and STDs.

HIV and STD Learning Products

Archived National STD Prevention Conferences

  • 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 Study

  • 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

HIV WEB STUDY: 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

STD Webinars


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