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Posted July 13, 2018

Transitioning your HIV Practice to a New Doctor

San Francisco/Bay Area North and Central Coasts (BANCC) AETC faculty member, Frances Herb create a new blog to help retiring HIV providers plan the transition of their HIV practices to a new provider.  This blog…

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Posted May 25, 2018

SAMHSA Fact Sheet on Finding Quality Treatment for Substance Use Disorder

This consumer-focused Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) fact sheet provides three steps for accessing care for substance use disorder and five indications of quality care. Access the fact sheet….

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Posted May 25, 2018

Learning the Art of Non-Distraction workshop Saturday, July 14 8am to 1pm

• Free yourself from distractions to discover better fulfillment with patients and at home. • Reduce workplace distraction and improve your daily experience. • Expand your understanding of the difference between the brain and the…

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Posted April 6, 2018

KAISER FAMILY FOUNDATION: New Chart Series: HIV and the Opioid Epidemic

KFF New KFF Chart Series: HIV and the Opioid Epidemic- new chart series highlighting 5 key things to know about the intersection of the nation’s HIV and opioid epidemics….

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Posted February 15, 2018

RESOURCES: Project Inform and Med-IQ launch new accredited online PrEP resources for front line medical staff

Project Inform is very pleased to announce the launch of a slide presentation to assist front line medical staff in providing PrEP, entitled “PrEP Basics: A Patient-Centered Approach to Providing PrEP”. This resource was produced…

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Posted February 7, 2018

MANUAL: "Helping People Access PrEP" in Spanish

PleasePrEPMe.org and Project Inform launch Spanish edition of “Helping People Access PrEP” manual FEBRUARY 7, 2018, SAN FRANCISCO: PleasePrEPMe.org and Project Inform are pleased to announce the Spanish edition of their PrEP navigation manual, “Helping People…

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Posted February 7, 2018

MANUAL: “Helping People Access PrEP” in Spanish

PleasePrEPMe.org and Project Inform launch Spanish edition of “Helping People Access PrEP” manual FEBRUARY 7, 2018, SAN FRANCISCO: PleasePrEPMe.org and Project Inform are pleased to announce the Spanish edition of their PrEP navigation manual, “Helping People…

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Posted December 6, 2017

ARTICLE: For Young People of Color HIV Remains a Significant Concern for Self and Community

Survey Finds Few Know about Advances in HIV Prevention and Treatment; Stigma and Misperceptions Persist MENLO PARK, CA – A comprehensive new national survey of young adults, ages 18-30, from the Kaiser Family Foundation finds more than three and…

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Posted November 22, 2017

PUBLICATION: LGBT Health Readiness Assessments in Health Centers: Key Findings

The National LGBT Health Education Center started conducting direct training and technical assistance with Federally Qualified Health Centers in 2014. This service was made possible by the expansion of our National Cooperative Agreement with the…

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Posted November 16, 2017

CURRICULUM: National STD Curriculum Launched

STDs continue to rise in the U.S., and with them come the growing need for healthcare provider training. In response, the University of Washington STD Prevention Training Center has developed the National STD Curriculum website….

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