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HIV Testing, Prevention, and Treatment for Sexual and Gender Minority People (2021). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: This module reviews current methods and recommendations for HIV testing, prevention, and treatment for LGBTQIA+ people, including information on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention. More Details...

ACCELERATE PrEP for HIV Training Modules (2020). Resource Type: Online Self-Paced Learning Modules. Description: The PrEP for HIV Training Course is a free, online training program developed by Program ACCELERATE in partnership with The Fenway Institute. The training course offers learning about the latest evidence on PrEP, how to assess patients for PrEP eligibility, how to prescribe and monitor PrEP, and how to offer supportive, welcoming care for patients at higher risk of HIV. The estimated total time to complete the course is between 2-2.5 hours. If you exit before completing a module, your progress will be saved. More Details...

TelePrEP and Tele-STI Care: Optimizing Safer Sex in the Pandemic (2020). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The webinar discusses what is known about sexual behavior during the pandemic and what constitutes safer sex in the COVID-19 era. The talk contextualizes PrEP as part of a sexual harm reduction strategy and discusses models for remote PrEP delivery and clinical monitoring. Practical issues, such as STI screening and reimbursement, are also discussed. More Details...

PrEP Care for Patients Experiencing Homelessness (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this national, panel-style webinar, participants will learn about promising and best practices for PrEP programming for patients experiencing homelessness. Panelists, including a medical provider, an administrator, and a nurse, will discuss barriers to care, ideas for creating welcoming and affirming environments, and strategies for PrEP navigation for people experiencing homelessness. More Details...

Motivational Interviewing to Improve Chronic Illness Management in Marginalized Populations (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this webinar, Dr. Sylvie Naar will discuss the use of motivational interviewing to support LGBTQIA+ patients in the management of chronic illness including diabetes and HIV. Participants will get a taste of the best and promising practices for the use of MI strategies to improve health outcomes and understand how MI can be a foundation for communicating cultural humility. More Details...

Telehealth and PrEP/HIV Care Outcomes (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Participants of this training will learn about the current research in telehealth and PrEP/HIV care outcomes, including PrEP @ Home and considerations for the administration and management of PrEP during COVID-19. Additionally, training participants will explore the topic of PrEP program implementation in a health center setting, including best practices for systems of care and improving adherence. More Details...

HIV and Diabetes (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This webinar, intended for our clinical audience, will explore best practices for the management of co-occurring HIV and diabetes. Drs. Janet Lo and Kevin Ard will present cases highlighting the risk of developing diabetes among patients with HIV. Participants of this webinar will learn about the metabolic side effects of antiretroviral medications and discuss drug interactions between anti-diabetic and antiretroviral medications. More Details...

Coordinating Hepatitis C (HCV) and HIV Treatment in Primary Care (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: HCV and HIV are overlapping epidemics with serious clinical implications for infected patients. Community health centers are poised to prevent and treat these viral infections by understanding the implications of comorbidity and by creating a welcoming environment for those at risk for, previously infected, or currently infected with one or both diseases. Join the National Nurse-Led Care Consortium and the National LGBTQIA+ Health Education Center for a webinar exploring the link between HCV and HIV, and particular considerations for community-based primary care providers. We will be joined by infectious disease specialists Dr. Kevin Ard and nurse practitioner Maggie Beiser, Director of HCV Services at Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, who will share expertise and cases that demonstrate best practices for preventing and/or treating co-infection. More Details...

Sexual Health and Older Adults (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Sexual health is an integral part of overall health, and this remains so as people age. In this webinar, Dr. Kevin Ard and Dr. Mark Simone-Skidmore discuss core terms and concepts for sexual orientation and gender identity and address common misconceptions about sexuality and aging. Participants will learn special considerations for the sexual health care of older adults, including a demonstration of how to elicit an affirming sexual history. More Details...

HITEQ Highlight Webinar: Level Up: Leveraging Your EHR to End the HIV Epidemic (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: What if we told you your electronic health record (EHR) was one of the keys to ending the HIV epidemic (EHE)? Your EHR is a powerful tool that can support increases in HIV testing, access to pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for people at risk for HIV, and so much more! View our HITEQ Highlights webinar on June 8th to learn more about leveraging your EHR through the use of digital tools and innovative strategies! More Details...

Strategies for Capturing Outside HIV Test Results for Your Health Center (2021). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Providers working with patients coming to or from health centers may need important health information, such as HIV test results, to help physicians provide the best care possible to the patient. What strategies exist to help health centers give and receive data so that providers can render seamless care without interruption? We’re glad you asked. Data sharing agreements, tools, and standard operating procedures (SOP) are a few strategies that health centers can use to ensure a patient’s electronic health record (EHR) is as detailed and up-to-date as possible. More Details...

Ready, Set, Prep Program (2021). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: CPCA partnered with the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH) Region 9 Prevention through Active Community Engagement (PACE) Director to record a webcast that provides 2021 updates on the Ready, Set, PrEP nationwide program and offers various bilingual resources that speak to accessing PrEP medications at no cost. More Details...

Strategies for Increasing HIV Screening Rates at Your Health Center (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Health centers are always searching for innovative strategies to increase their HIV screening rates. This year, health centers have gotten creative by combining HIV testing with COVID-19 screening, while others are mailing at-home HIV testing kits to patients. Finding strategies to help increase HIV screening at your health center is a lesson in trial and error. We hope our latest blog will give you some ideas on improving your HIV screening rates! More Details...

Implementing Opt-Out HIV Screening in Your Health Center: Understanding Opt-Out HIV Testing (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: Getting tested for HIV is a powerful step towards taking control of one’s sexual health. Opt-out HIV testing, sometimes referred to as universal screening, is defined as conducting HIV testing after notifying patients that the test will be conducted and that they may decline or defer testing. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), opt-out testing is an evidence-based approach that has been shown to remove the stigma associated with HIV testing, foster earlier diagnosis and treatment, reduce transmission risk, and is cost-effective. More Details...

Ending the HIV Epidemic: The Health Center Role: HITEQ Highlights Webinar (2020). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This presentation will be led by Dr. Tim Long, and will focus on the four pillars of Ending the HIV Epidemic and primary care HIV prevention. This webinar will focus on the clinical aspects of Ending the HIV epidemic, and use of health IT and EHR to support clinical care. More Details...

Flu LEAD (Linkages to End Access Disparities) Initiative 2020 Information: A Pilot Project to Increase Influenza Vaccination Coverage among HUD-Assisted Residents (2020). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This NCHPH informational page provides an overview, and resources about the Flu LEAD pilot project directed by the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to increase influenza vaccination coverage among residents of Public Housing Agencies (PHAs). More Details...

State-level HIV-related Infographics: Identifying opportunities for improvements in health centers (2020). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: Health centers currently monitor HIV tests, HIV diagnoses, and Linkage to HIV care for patients newly diagnosed. According to the 2019 UDS data, more than 190,000 patients living with HIV receive medical care services at health care centers, including many sites co-funded by the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.r. More Details...

Nationwide HIV-related Care Interactive Infographicsics: Identifying opportunities for improvements in health centers (2020). Resource Type: Toolkit. Description: From January 1, 2019 through December 31, 2019, 2,259.758 medical patients (8.83%) of the United States' 25,589.752 total medical patients served at health centers received HIV tests. More Details...

Ending the HIV Epidemic Collaborative: Other EHRs (2020). Resource Type: Learning Collaborative. Description: Peer to peer sharing. If you are a Primary Care HIV Prevention (PCHP) funded health center that struggles with clinical decision support, tracking HIV prevention and treatment outcomes, your peers can share innovative ideas and strategies to help you find solutions. Relationship building. This is a unique opportunity for PCHP health centers to get together to share ideas around HIV screening and prevention. The EHE Collaborative is an opportunity to build relationships with other PCHPs. Improved technical assistance and training. Your participation in this roundtable helps HITEQ tailor our training and technical assistance services to serve you better. More Details...

Ending the HIV Epidemic Collaborative: Next Gen: HITEQ Ending the HIV Epidemic Collaborative (2020). Resource Type: Learning Collaborative. Description: Peer to peer sharing. If you are a Primary Care HIV Prevention (PCHP) funded health center that struggles with clinical decision support, tracking HIV prevention and treatment outcomes, your peers can share innovative ideas and strategies to help you find solutions. Relationship building. This is a unique opportunity for PCHP health centers to get together to share ideas around HIV screening and prevention. The EHE Collaborative is an opportunity to build relationships with other PCHPs. Improved technical assistance and training. Your participation in this roundtable helps HITEQ tailor our training and technical assistance services to serve you better. More Details...

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