View this module at your convenience! TX/OK AETC created this module in response to the needs of agencies and providers with limited travel budgets who are eager to obtain the information this educational event will provide. 

Module is broken down into 2 categories, Nursing and Social Work.  Click on the links below in order to access the module, "Prevention of Perinatal HIV Transmission" presented by Judy Levison, MD. 

 

   Summary:     

Discusses national statistics, prevalence, risks of transmission, and legal/ethical/medical responsibilities of treating pregnant women with a positive indication of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

 

 Process:     

Requirements of successful course completion:

    1. Register on Health.edu website (required.  Click here!
    2. Click on link(s) below according to what type of CE you would like.
    3. Complete the program via video presentation, PowerPoint slides, audio presentation, and/or manuscript.
    4. Complete the course evaluation
    5. Complete the post-test with a score of 80% or greater.
    6. Complete the time utilized in course completion including the post-test.

 

 Access:     

    1. Register on the Health.edu website (required). Click here!
    2. Click on the link(s) below according to your profession:

Nursing

Social Work

 

 

Click on the button above for step-by-step instructions!

 

 CE Info.    

CEs are no longer available for this training.

 

 Presenter Info.

Objectives:

By the end of this presentation, the participant should be able to:

  1. Indicate factors contributing to the risk of perinatal transmission of HIV.
  2. Recognize responsibilities of healthcare professionals related to perinatal HIV transmission protocols.
  3. Identify benefits of rapid testing for untested mothers.

 

 Questions???  

Technical Questions: Contact Ashley Tijerina (214.590.6686)

 

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