Pacific AETC – Central Valley & Northern Interior
Pacific AIDS Education & Training Center - Central Valley & Northern Interior
The Pacific AETC – Central Valley & Northern Interior (Pacific AETC – CVNI) is located at the University of California, Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, CA and serves 32 counties ranging from the border of Oregon to Kings and Tulare Counties. Pacific AETC – Central Valley & Northern Interior provides clinical training and capacity building assistance to providers of high-volume urban HIV clinics as well as low volume, rural community health centers throughout central and eastern Northern California. The training center offers an array of HIV/AIDS training and educational activities, including didactic seminars, workshops, conferences, preceptorships, on-site clinical mentoring, clinical consultations, and telehealth programs. Many programs are targeted towards healthcare professionals providing care to underserved populations in community health clinics, rural community health centers, and correctional facilities.
Northern Central Valley: Sacramento, Siskiyou, Modoc, Trinity, Shasta, Lassen, Tehama, Plumas, Glenn, Butte, Sierra, Colusa, Sutter, Yuba, Nevada, Yolo, Placer, El Dorado, Solano, Amador, Alpine, San Joaquin, Calaveras, and Mono Counties
Southern Central Valley: Stanislaus, Tuolumne, Merced, Mariposa, Madera, Fresno, Kings, and Tulare Counties
To watch the video, please register by clicking on the button below the description. If this is your first time registering for a Pacific AETC event, you will need to create an account. After registering, you will be sent a confirmation email with the link to watch the video.
There will be a link to an evaluation survey in the video description. We would appreciate it if you took a moment to complete the survey. It only takes a couple of minutes, and our funding depends on the response rate of these evaluations.
If you want CME or CEU credit, you must complete the evaluation survey. After completing the survey, you will be automatically redirected to a second, CEU-specific survey. If you want CEU credit, you must complete that survey. Certificates of Completion will be available on your participant account after completing the evaluation survey at https://paetc.org/ and can be found on the Participant Dashboard > Past Events tab.
Northern CA: Assisting Partner Services Symposium
The two recordings will provide healthcare workers and community health workers an introduction to partner services, how to effectively promote partner services to patients/clients, and how to assist their local public health departments with partner services.
Recorded 3/2022, 5.75 total CEU credits available
This 22- minute video provides frontline healthcare workers a brief, beginner-level introduction to the basics of HIV, linkage to care, and case management for people with HIV.
Health Insurance 101
This 38-minute video provides a beginner-level overview of public and private health insurance options available to people with HIV, as well as eligibility and application changes due to COVID-19, for frontline healthcare/benefits workers. Much of the private insurance piece is focused on California, but the public options apply to the rest of the United States.
Archived On-Demand Trainings:
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Ryan White Clinics: Preparing for the 2020-2021 Flu Season Amid a Pandemic
Sacramento County: HIV Epidemiology and Methamphetamine
Effects of Methamphetamine on the Brain and the HIV Epidemic
Challenges of HIV Mental Health and Addiction: Basic Science to Treatment
Addiction Treatment in Acute Care
Public Benefits Navigation for People with HIV
The Impact of COVID-19 and Pandemics on Mental Health
A list of organizations in Alpine, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, and Yolo Counties that offer PrEP or PrEP-related services, as well as insurance they accept.
Sacramento Region HIV, Meth, and Mental Health Resources (updated November 2020)
A list of organizations that offer treatment for HIV, methamphetamine use, or mental health, as well as any restrictions they may have.
ICD 10 Billing Code Trifold Brochures
Includes ICD 10 billing codes for PrEP and/or related healthcare services.
Includes information regarding indications, contraindications/cautions, testing, prescriptions/doses, side effects, efficacy, counseling, monitoring, billing codes, medication assistance, and resources for further information.
Includes information regarding creating a welcoming clinical environment, preparing to take a sexual history, questions to ask during a sexual history, the 5 P’s, and resources for further information.
ADAP Acceptable Supporting Documents – English (updated 6/2020) / ADAP Acceptable Supporting Documents – Spanish (updated 3/2020)
A list of documents that are acceptable to determine eligibility for the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP).
List of medications covered by ADAP.
List of maximum incomes per family size for insurance programs including CA Office of AIDS Programs, Medi-Cal Expansion, Aged & Disabled Medi-Cal, and Covered California.
Description of and eligibility information for a special enrollment period for Covered California health insurance coverage.
Immigration status and eligibility information for Covered California health insurance coverage.
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions for the Employer Based Health Insurance Premium Payment (EB-HIPP) Program.
Includes information regarding symptoms, prevention, and treatment of common opportunistic infections that occur in people with HIV, as well as recommendations for beginning ART during an active opportunistic infection.
Includes information about coadministration of influenza and COVID-19 vaccines, an additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine, and ADAP vaccination assistance.
Self-care considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic for healthcare providers, including educators and public health officials.
This presentation provides HIV healthcare providers and stakeholders current information on the use of HIV drugs to treat COVID-19.
HIV PrEP (updated 5/2020)
These presentations inform healthcare providers, including public health staff and substance abuse providers, on the role of PrEP in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and how to identify populations eligible for PrEP, discuss PrEP initiation and monitoring, and identify systems-based challenges and consideration in delivering PrEP services.
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