HIV Testing in Emergency Department: A Guide for Physicians and Clinical Staff
Published Date: 10/2008
Authors: Linda Frank, PhD, MSN, ACRN; John Acerra, MD and Anupama Lochab, MBBS, MPH
Source: Pennsylvania/MidAtlantic AETC
HIV Testing in Emergency Department: A Guide for Physicians and Clinical Staff PDF [451 KB]
The target audience for this 8-page pocket guide includes physicians, midlevel providers, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, mental health providers, other clinical staff, and/or trainers. It includes information about why HIV screening is important in the emergency department (ED) as well as considerations for planning HIV testing in an ED. Topics such as FDA approved tests, disclosure, patient flow, and staff models are also addressed.
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