From La Botanica to the HIV Clinic: Caring for Patients who Benefit from Both
Authors: Elissa Bradley, MPH; Miguel Torres, MD (Oasis HIV Clinic, Los Angeles, CA) and Bethy Woubeshet, MPH
Source: Pacific AETC and Charles Drew University PAETC
Published Date: 04/26/2011
From La Botanica to the HIV Clinic: Caring for Patients who Benefit from Both PPTX [3 MB]
73 slides with speaker notes. Curriculum focuses on botanicals commonly used by the Hispanic population. The learning objectives are for participants to be able to: 1) explain the interplay of HIV treatment, botanical remedies and spirituality in Latino patients; 2) describe some benefits and risks of common botanical remedies, and 3) encourage Latino patients to disclose botanical use through effective provider-patient communication techniques.
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