HIV Screening and Women's Health
Published Date: 12/01/2007
Source: AETC National Resource Center
Authors: Joyce Alley, RN; Laura Armas-Kolostroubis, MD; Suzanne Carlberg-Racich, MSPH; Monique M. Clesi; Andrea Norberg, MS, RN; Tonia Poteat, PhD, MPH, PA-C; Barbara Schechtman, MPH; Karen Sherman, MA; Jamie Steiger, MPH and Barb Sturbaum, LPN
The goal of the curriculum, developed by the AETC Women's Health and Wellness Workgroup, is to promote early diagnosis and care of HIV/AIDS by encouraging HIV screening and education for all clients in family planning clinics. The curriculum consists of six modules, or sections, that are formatted as PowerPoint slide sets. Each slide set contains talking points to assist trainers with the material on the slide. Some of the sections include accompanying handouts that can be disseminated to training participants. See also the related Training Exchange
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