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Mental Health and Substance Abuse Issues in Native American HIV Positive Populations

November 8, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Free on-demand webinar “Mental Health & Substance Abuse Issues in Native American HIV+ Populations” presented by the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Please click below to fill out a participant information form and then receive access to the recording.

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Learning Objectives

  1. Identify & understand the most common mental health and substance abuse issues related to HIV infection in Native American populations
  2. Identify effective treatment modalities for MH/SA in the target population
  3. Identify cultural and other considerations for MH/SA treatment among Native American populations


On-demand training via webinar recording

Target Audience:

Clergy/Faith-Based Professional, Dietitian/Nutritionist, Dentist, Health Educator, Mental Health Professional, Nurse, Nurse practitioner, Public Health Professional, Professional, Other Advanced Practice Nurse, Pharmacist, Physician, Physician Assistant, Social Worker, Substance Abuse Professional,

CE Credits:

Certificates of Attendance,

CE Credits:

Certificates of Attendance,


Andrew Moore, LPC

Andrew Moore received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, malady both from Southern Nazarene University. He is a practicing Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and has been involved in the mental health field in Oklahoma and Texas for 10 years. His professional career includes experiences in public, private, and government settings, as well experience as a university educator. Currently he is the Sponsored Programs Coordinator for the Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Resources & Treatment Services (CHARTS) program at OUHSC.

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