Online and On-Demand Learning

Online and On-Demand Learning

The Pacific AETC offers engaging and interactive online learning opportunities to increase healthcare provider’s knowledge and awareness of HIV-related health topics. Providers who have different learning styles, a desire to reinforce previous learning, want a quick introduction to a topic, or plan to explore a topic over time will find useful resources to enhance their healthcare training. Online and on-demand programming offer an alternative to in-person sessions for busy professionals and can be accessed by learners throughout the Pacific region.

Pacific AETC E-Learning Portal

The E-Learning Portal is a free, 508 compliant, HIV online learning site offering continuing education credits to RNs, LCSWs, and MFTs.

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Pacific AETC HIV Learning Network

The HIV Learning Network (HIVLN) is a free, longitudinal telehealth HIV training and consultation program for HIV clinical care teams and individual clinicians in Arizona, California, Hawai`i, and Nevada and the US Pacific Island Jurisdictions.

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AETC National HIV Curriculum

Developed by the AETC network, the National HIV Curriculum offers free online continuing education for novice-to-expert health professionals, students, and faculty.

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AETC National Coordinating Resource Center

The AETC-NCRC is the coordinating body for resources, tools, and trainings produced by all regional and national AETC programs. In addition to a library of resources, people visiting the website can access a calendar and archive of trainings and webinars produced by AETCs all over the country, and expand their knowledge of HIV-related healthcare services.


Trans 101

Trans 101: Transgender People in Everyday Work and Life! is a 7-module, interactive, multi-media training course covering core concepts related to transgender people and communities. The course was developed by the Center of Excellence for Transgender Health (also based at UCSF), and supported by Pacific AETC funds from the California Department of Public Health.

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