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South Central AIDS Education & Training Center

Prism Health North Texas is a regional partner of the South Central AIDS Education & Training Center

 

What is the AIDS Education & Training Center (AETC)?

The AETC is the training arm of the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program. The AETC Program is a national network of leading HIV experts who provide locally-based, tailored education, clinical case consultations, and technical assistance to healthcare professionals and healthcare organizations. Regional partners in the AETC network share their expertise with clinicians and other health care professionals that are serving or wish to serve people with HIV (PWH). Priority audiences of AETC training and education include clinicians (anyone who deals directly with patients such as physicians, nurses, physicians’ assistants, pharmacists), oral health professionals (e.g., dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants), and medical case managers.

What does a regional partner of the South Central AETC (SCAETC) do?

Five states (Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana) comprise the SCAETC region. As a regional partner of the SCAETC, Prism Health North Texas works to advance the health of North Texas as a recognized provider of education, clinical case consultations, and technical assistance for clinicians and other health care professionals who wish to learn or improve how to better serve people with HIV (PWH).

How can Prism Health North Texas support the clinical workforce ?

Prism Health North Texas has expertise to share along the status neutral HIV care continuum. Clinicians and other health care professionals can request education, clinical case consultations, and technical assistance in reference to service of people with HIV.

Education

  • Presentations
  • Skills-building workshops
  • Preceptorships / Clinic-based practicum

Clinical Case Consultations

  • Provider-driven requests for clinical information

Technical Assistance

  • Resolution of organizational or programmatic issues about HIV service delivery

Training & Education Sessions

We offer both didactic and interactive presentations and workshops featuring recognized leaders in the field of HIV. Intended audiences for our SCAETC-related training and education sessions include Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Midwives, Physician Assistants, Medical Assistants, Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Case Managers (medical, non-medical), Behavioral Health Providers, Social Workers, Healthcare Navigators, Faculty of Healthcare Profession Training Programs, Outreach Staff, Community Health Workers, Promotores de Salud, Health Educators.

See our upcoming training and education sessions below.

Upcoming Training and Education Sessions


Building Trust – Responding to the Community’s Voice to End the HIV Epidemic

This series of 22 sessions will focus on populations impacted by HIV healthcare disparities. Presentations will focus on four populations of focus Transgender community, MSM community, Black women, Latino/x community. Learners will increase understanding of barriers that exacerbate health disparities in local communities accessing health services and learn best practices for implementing affirming care to increase trust between health care teams and their populations of focus.

When: Every Tuesday and Friday beginning April 2 and ending on June 22
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm cst
Cost: Free – Guests must register for each session to attend. See the session registration schedule below.
Intended Audience: HIV health care providers and other care team members. However, we encourage anyone who is interested in the topics to register and join the sessions.

CME, CNE, and CPE are only offered to those who are registered and attend the live virtual sessions.

Building Trust Session Registration

NOTE: CME, CNE, and CPE are only offered to those who are registered and attend the live virtual sessions.

Building Trust Session Recordings

NOTE: CME, CNE, and CPE are only offered to those who are registered and attend the live virtual sessions.

Session 1
Understanding Proper Use of Pronouns and Unconscious Bias

Session 2
Trans Community Realities

Session 3
Proper History Taking and Skills for Building Trust

Session 4
Gender Dysphoria and Transitional Procedures – Clarifying Myths

Session 5
Trans Community Realities – Support Systems and Legal Issues

Session 6
Management of Hormones and Workflow for Hormone Therapy

Session 7
How Organizations Finance Gender Affirming Services

Session 8
Why is the Community Not Connecting to Services

Session 9
Trans Men and Gender Non-Conforming


Session 10
Mental Health and Stigma – Focusing on the Context and Language Used


Session 11
Substance Use Disorder


Session 12
Chem Sex – Myths and Misconceptions


Session 13
Chem Sex – Evaluating Patients Who Present in Mental Crisis


Session 14
Why is the Community Not Connecting to Services


Session 15
Stigma and Counseling Needs


Session 16
Trauma Informed Care: Focusing on Black Women


Session 17
Social Determinants of Health for Black Women and Girls


Session 18
Latino/x Community – CLAS Standards – Foundation to Serve Diverse Communities


Session 19
Latino/x Community – Social Determinants Impacting Healthcare


Session 20
Latino/x Community – Analyzing the Communication Gap

Do you have additional questions regarding how Prism Health can support you?

Please send an email to scaetc@prismntx.org.

 

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