The following webcasts were previously recorded.  Please click on the boxes below in order to access each recording.  Enjoy!

 

 

Webcast Recordings

Webinar Recording: HIV & Stigma          

Hosted by Cardea Services (RTC)

*Nursing CEs (CNE) were only available for LIVE webcast.  CNEs are not available for this recording.

Recorded: March 23, 2012, 11:00 - 12:30 pm CT

Speakers: Sharita J. Ambrose, MPH & Ellie Haggerty, MPH

Target Audience: Social Workers, Nurses, clinicians and other staff who work with border and migrant populations as well as those in family planning and HIV/STD services.

Brief Description: Participants will gain a basic understanding of stigma and explore how it develops in relation to HIV/AIDS.  We will take a closer look at how stigma affects individuals living with HIV/AIDS and identify ways that health professionals can counter HIV/AIDS stigma in their own work. 

Learning Objectives: At the end of this webcast, participants will be able to:

    1. Identify the root causes and the factors that lead to HIV/AIDS stigma;   
    2. Review the impact of erroneous HIV beliefs & stigma on the provision of public health in communities with high rates of HIV. 
    3. List key intervention types that could be used to combat HIV stigma and its effects

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Webinar Recording: HIV, Stigma & Prison          

Hosted by Cardea Services (RTC)

*Nursing CEs (CNE) were only available for LIVE webcast.  CNEs are not available for this recording.

Recorded: March 29, 2012, 11:00 - 12:30 pm CT

Speakers: Sharita J. Ambrose, MPH & Ellie Haggerty, MPH

Target Audience: Social Workers, Nurses, clinicians and other staff who work with border and migrant populations as well as those in family planning and HIV?STD services or in prison settings.

Brief Description: The goal of this training is to inform health care workers about stigma and HIV/AIDS when working with incarcerated populations. Participants will take a closer look at how stigma intersects with barriers to re-entry and explore factors that influence the development of stigma. 

Learning Objectives: At the end of this webcast, participants will be able to:

    1. Identify the root causes and the factors that lead to HIV/AIDS stigma with incarcerated populations.
    2. Discuss common myths and beliefs about people with a history of incarceration and the impact of those beliefs.
    3. List ways that stigma can affect public health upon the reentry of the incarcerated into the free world.

Questions?  For questions about the content, please contact Allison Baring. For technical questions, please contact Ashley Tijerina.

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Webinar Recording: Diagnosis & Treatment of Tuberculosis in the HIV Patient

Hosted by: Heartland National TB Center (RTMCC)

Recorded: June 21, 2012, 12:00 - 1:00 pm CT

Speaker: Lisa Armitige, MD, PhD; Medical Consultant

Target Audience: This webinar is intended for TB or HIV program staff and clinical personnel including physicians, nurses and other health care staff who manage and treat patients infected with tuberculosis and HIV.

Brief Description: This webinar session will introduce health care professionals to the basics of managing patients who are co-infected with tuberculosis and HIV. The goal of this webinar is to raise awareness of the challenges faced by programs that care for TB patients who are co-infected with HIV, particularly in border regions.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:

    1. Describe keys to diagnosis of TB in HIV-infected patients.
    2. Illustrate the role of the physician/nurse and public health department in diagnosing TB in the HIV patient.
    3. Discuss the treatment options for latent TB infection (LTBI) and TB disease in HIV patients.
    4. Describe the treatment strategies and issues of TB in the HIV patient.
    5. Illustrate the treatment strategies and issues facing TB/HIV in the border region.

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Webinar Recording:

HIV Rapid Testing -A SAMHSA/NIDA Initiative to promote Adoption of an Evidence Based Practice in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs

Hosted by The University of Texas at Austin, School of Social Work Research Center (ATTC)

Recorded: May 3, 2012, 10:30 - 11:30 am CT

Speaker: Richard Spence, PhD, Principle Investigator, UT Austin School of Social Work Research Center, Addiction Research Institute and The Gulf Coast ATTC

Target Audience: Treatment Program Directors & Clinical Supervisors

Brief Description: This webinar session will introduce a new product just completed for the National Institute on Drug Abuse by the HIV Rapid Testing Blending Team.  The product will be designed to raise awareness of the benefits of using On-Site HIV Rapid Testing in Addiction Treatment Programs– both from humanitarian and business aspects – and to enhance motivation to adopt the practice and to utilize available resources for implementation.  The NIDA/SAMHSA Blending product will consist of: 1) a Fact Sheet  that highlights the NIDA CTN research regarding the benefits and costs associated with on site HIV Rapid Testing; 2) a Resource Guide (PDF publication) that guides potential adopters of HIV Rapid Testing to training, technical assistance, and other related implementation resources; 3) a short social marketing promotional video that will have a business thematic concept  to encourage the targeted audience to seek additional information about implementing on site HIV Rapid Testing; and, 4) a web page on the National ATTC Network website devoted to hosting the video and publications associated with this product. 

Questions?  For questions about the content, please contact Phil OrrickFor technical questions, please contact Ashley Tijerina.

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