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Agenda

Module 1 -Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission

Speaker: Jeanne Sheffield, MD

Session Description:

HIV transmission from mother-to-child has significantly decreased in the last decade yet still as of 2005, 142 HIV infected children are born in the United States.  This session will provide information regarding barriers and facilitators of decreasing those infections. 

By the end of this self-study module, participants will be able to:

  • List two factors that increase the risk for mother-to-child HIV transmission
  • Describe two treatment recommendations for preventing HIV transmission from HIV+ mother-to-child.

 

Module 2 -HIV 101 (focus on women)

Speaker: Charmaine Miller-Spencer, BSN, MTS, MS, RN, ANP-C

Session Description:

Biological differences in the HIV positive female require clinical care that takes those differences into consideration.This session will provide information on clinical manifestations, diagnosis and care of the HIV infected female.

By the end of this self-study module, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the difference between HIV & AIDS
  • List three clinical manifestations of AIDS

 

Module 3 -Gender Differences in HIV Care

Speaker: Laura Armas-Kolostroubis, MD

Session Description:

Gender differences in the management of any chronic disease must be considered for the delivery of optimal care to the affected population. Differences in social, behavioral, pharmacokinetics and age are some of the considerations that should be taken. This session will explore such gender differences in the care of the HIV positive female.

By the end of this self-study module, participants will be able to:

  • List two gender differences in the care of HIV positive women.
  • Identify two considerations of gender differences in the management of HIV positive women.

 

Module 4 - Gynecological & Reproductive Issues

Speaker: Carmen Zorrilla, MD

Session Description:

This module explores gynecological complains common in most HIV positive women, as well as risk factors that complicate reproductive health in the same population.

By the end of this self-study module, participants will be able to:

  • Assess the HIV positive woman for two signs and symptoms of common gynecological complaints.
  • Identify two risk factor sin HIV positive women that complicate reproductive health.

 

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Target Audience

Novice Level Clinicians

Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurses, and other health care professionals caring for people with HIV.

 

Questions?

Contact Ashley Tijerina

(214.590-6686)

 

 

 


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