This educational program provides physicians who care for HIV infected patients the forum to debate current issues and trends associated with the manangement of HIV/AIDS and related complications.
The HIV Prevention Education calendar of classes is offered on a yearly basis through a partnership with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene's Prevention and Health Promotion Administration (PHPA). These low cost classes are designed to enhance the skills of those working to promote prevention of HIV infection and to strengthen the capacity of our community partners.
Providers have the opportunity to train at one of our outpatient HIV clinics or at the JACQUES Initiative. The goal is to provide a tailored learning experience for providers to impove skills and patient outcomes. Preceptorships offer providers a personalized experience using a combination of hands on training and direct observation at no cost.