This is only a partial list of our educational events. Feel free to contact us with questions about training for yourself or organization.
Who Should Attend: SF HIV Frontline Workers who would like to know more about assisting clients in enrolling in healthcare. Learning Objectives: By the end of this training, frontline workers will be able to: describe the health insurance options available for HIV care and medication; explain how to navigate clients through enrollment in health care coverage; and describe the programs available to help clients pay for HIV care and medication costs.Find out more »
The AIDS Education and Training Center invites to you attend.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP, is a way for people who do not have HIV but who are at substantial risk of getting it to prevent HIV infection by taking a pill every day. PrEP is becoming the mainstay of HIV prevention. More patients than we know would be good candidates for the medication. Come join us to learn how to give a fast and easy assessment of who might benefit from PrEP, understand effectiveness of the medication, get your billing questions answered and know the resources available to support patients.
Candelario Franco, Project Manager, The Health Trust Getting To Zero initiative for Santa Clara County-Silicon Valley;
Sarah Lewis, MD, MPH, Assistant Public Health Officer, STD/HIV Controller, Santa Clara County Public Health Department; Alyson Decker, NP, MPH, San Francisco Department of Public Health; Rodrigo Garcia-Reyes, PrEP Navigator, Santa Clara County Public Health Department; and Shannon Weber, MSW, Founder, PleasePrEPMe.org, Director of HIVE
RAPID INITIATION OF ART AFTER HIV DIAGNOSIS: JURISDICTIONS SHARE THEIR IMPLEMENTATION EXPERIENCE<br> THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26: 11:00 AM - 12:30 AM PST Early virologic suppression after HIV infection improves individual health outcomes and decreases onward transmission. In 2015, the San Francisco Getting to Zero (SFG2Z) Collective Impact effort adopted the Citywide RAPID initiative, to link all new HIV cases to care within 5 days of diagnosis and start antiretroviral therapy (ART) at the first care visit. Over the past year, the…Find out more »