2014 National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD)

Abstract

Web-Based Recorded Sessions.
Empowering clinicians to provide timely care to women living with or at risk of contracting HIV.

Description

Overview

In honor of the annual National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NNHAAD), TX/OK AIDS Education & Training Center in collaboration with the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC) and the Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas, hosts these FREE self-study modules! Modules feature an interactive web-based approach to learning! Participants will be able to view slides, hear audio, and complete pre/post-tests.

Overall Learning Objectives

At the end of each session, participants will be able to

  1. Review the epidemiological trends of HIV infected Native Americans in the U.S. as it relates to the Care Continuum
  2. Review treatment options available through the Indian Health Service System of Care
  3. Review the effects of Substance Use/Abuse in people living with HIV
  4. Review reproductive options for people living with HIV and specifically American Indians/Native Alaskans

Process

  • Step 1: Review details on each session such as speakers, topics, brief descriptions, disclosures, & learning objectives in the section entitled, "Session Details" at the bottom of this page. You may participate in as many sessions as desired.
  • Step 2: To access each session desired, click-on the corresponding button below in the section entitled, "Registration". Sessions will be taken one-at-a-time. When you are done with one session, you will be routed back to this page to take another..
  • Step 3: After you have viewed the session, you will be routed to complete a post-test. To successfully complete the session, you must pass the post-test with a score of 70% or better.
  • Step 4: Once you pass the post-test, you will be required to complete a short evaluation on the session.
  • Step 5: Once the evaluation has been completed, you will be asked if you would like to request CEs. If you are interested, you will be routed to complete a "CE Request Form." If you say no, you will be routed to Step 6 below.
  • Step 6: You will be routed back to this webpage to complete another session.

Faculty

Name Title Agency
Pascale Wortley, MS, MPH Epidemic Intelligence Officer Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Lamont Scales MA, BA Public Health Analyst – Coordinator for Gay, Bisexual and other MSM activities Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
John. T. Brooks, MD Team Leader and Medical Epidemiologist, Clinical Assistamt Professor at Emory University Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Heather Huentelman, PharmD, BCPS, CDR, USPHS Advanced Practice Pharmacist II Dept of PharmacyPhoenix Indian Medical Center
Elizabeth Saltonstall, MD Medical Director DCHS STD/HIV Program Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Andrew Moore, LPC Clinic Administrator Univ of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Infectious Diseases Institute
Lawrence McGlynn, M.S., M.D. Clinical associate Professor Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral SciencesStanford Positive Care Clinic

 


Learning Objective:

1. Review the epidemiological trends of HIV infected Native Americans in the U.S. as it relates to the Care Continuum Review treatment options available through the Indian Health Service Sytem of Care
2. Review the effects of Substance Use/Abuse in people living with HIV
3. Review reproductive options for people living with HIV and specifically American Indians/Native Alaskans


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

CE Credits:

Medical , Nursing , Pharmacy , Social Work , Certificates of Attendance

 CE Accreditation


Tags:

Minorities


Seminars: Details & Registrations