This is only a partial list of our educational events. Feel free to contact us with questions about training for yourself or organization.
The Bay Area AETC has created an online HIV 101 training for nurses who work in the jails. The training takes 2-3 hours, but can be stopped and started as needed. Training topics include: Global and local epidemiology HIV/AIDS Terminology How HIV is transmitted and prevented Stigma related to HIV and Incarceration How to screen for HIV infection HIV Treatment Standard Precautions for jail settings Practical implementation information from your SF Jail colleaguesFind out more »
April 2016 HIV AIDS Review April 30, 2016, Santa Rosa, CA: An Educational Seminar and luncheon for physicians, mid-levels and pharmacists who provide care to people with HIV and AIDS. CME/CUEs available. Please contact Danielle Jones, North Coast AETC Coordinator, at: Danielle.Jones@ucsf.eduFind out more »
The 12th San Francisco Department of Public Health HIV Nursing Network Conference. San Francisco, CA. See Flyer for details: 2016 RN Network Conference FlyerFind out more »
Building our Capacity Across the HIV Continuum Friday, June 3, 2016 8:00AM- 4:30PM Location: Samuel Merritt Health Center in Oakland, CA. Keynote Speaker: Phill Wilson, Black AIDS Institute Black Lives Matter: What's AIDS Got to Do with it Register for the Event Topics Include: Updates in HIV Care and Prevention Linkage and Retention in Transgender, Youth, and African American Communities STD and HCV Updates PrEP Hearing from a Consumer Panel across the HIV Continuum Best Practices in Linkage and Retention…Find out more »
Join HIVE in learning from registered midwife Jay MacGillivray and Dr. Mark Yudin of the Toronto-based Positive Pregnancy Program.Find out more »