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NEW! September, 2014 – January, 2015 Webinar Training Calendars

Certificates of Attendance & FREE CME Credit Provided

Calling HIV Clinical Providers & Clinical Teams in the District of Columbia*, Maryland, and Delaware 

*DC Providers! Did you know that: Beginning with the 2014 renewal cycle all physicians, physician assistants and nurses practicing in the District of Columbiaare required to obtain 3 hours of HIV CME credits!

See how our topics address real-life situations. Check out our new Q&A Section of our Webinars!

Support and technical assistance are provided via distance-based technologies.

The Howard University AETC Capitol Region Telehealth Project is a free continuing medical education program* that educates healthcare professionals, health care organizations and health care networks who provide treatment, care and support to individuals diagnosed with HIV in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Delaware.

If you would like to receive CME credit for our archived webinars (view webinar and complete required documents within 1 day after posted date on website), please fill out this Participant Information Form (PIF) and fax (202-667-1382) or email it back to us!

If you would like to receive a Certificate of Participation (view webinar and complete required documents within 2 days after posted date on website), please fill out this Participant Information Form (PIF) and fax (202-667-1382) or email it back to us!

Upcoming Training and Webinars

Register Here for Upcoming Webinars | Miss a Training? View Archived Webinars

September 3rd & 17th

12:00pm -12:30pm (EST)
(each session)

Biomedical Prevention: Pre exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Guidelines
Part 1 & Part 2

Presenter:
I. Jean Davis, PhD, PA, AAHIVS
Charles R Drew University of Medicine and Science, College of Medicine

See Research References for September 3 & September 17, 2014 Webinar Series

October 8th & 22nd

12:00pm -12:30pm  (EST)
(each session)

HIV Transmission Risk Behaviors Among Individuals Who Are HIV Infected and Were Recently Released From Jail
Part 1 & Part 2

Presenter:
I. Jean Davis, PhD, PA, AAHIVS
Charles R Drew University of Medicine and Science, College of Medicine

November 5th & 19th

12:00pm -12:30pm (EST)
(each session)

Guidelines on Incorporating HIV Prevention into Medical Care
Part 1 & Part 2

Presenter:
John I. McNeil, MD
Maxi Med Associates
HIV Faculty Expert

December 3rd & 17th

12:00pm -12:30pm (EST)
(each session)

Biomedical Prevention: Non occupational Post exposure Prophylaxis (nPEP) Guidelines
Part 1 & Part 2

Presenter: 
Keith. W. Crawford,  RPH, PhD
Assistant Chief of Public Health Research, Global Health Programs,
U.S. Military HIV Research Program


January 7th & 21st

12:00pm -12:30pm (EST)
(each session)

HIV and Gender Based Violence
Part 1 & Part 2

Presenter: 
Donna Hubbard McCree, PhD, MPH, RPh
Associate Director for Health Equity, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

 

Sponsor Accreditation: Howard University College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credits for Physicians: Howard University College of Medicine, Office of Continuing Medical Education, designates this live activity for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category I Credit (s)™

Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Funded by Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) Grant -#H4AH24081

Case Studies Self-Assessment Trainings Maryland and Delaware Cultural Competence

The efforts of this E-Learning series are focused on providing clinical consultation, education and mentoring to low volume clinicians (physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dentists, pharmacists) about how to better understand and care for patients with HIV/AIDS in the primary care setting.

Low volume clinicians are those treating fewer than 25 patients in their case load who are HIV positive. Read about our services in our latest telehealth project brochure!

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