Numerous sources provide both basic and advanced training to assist agency implementation of routine HIV screening.
Test Texas HIV Coalition in partnership with DSHS has created an online course Implementing Routine HIV Testing in Texas (course ID 1033254) an online learning resource for routine HIV screening. The course covers why routine screening should be implemented, basic testing technology information and how to deliver positive results. The course is available on TRAIN Texas. You will need to create an account and search for the courses by course ID. The course is free and open to residents of Texas.
Other relevant courses include:
- Perinatal HIV Prevention (course ID 1050005)
- Expedited Partner Services: the Standard for Treating Sexually Transmitted Diseases (course ID 1028867)
Texas Health Steps also features courses on adolescent testing and consent issues.
Clinical Conversations is a free CME teleconference, which includes four 30-minute, personalized, peer-to-peer conversations with nationally renowned experts on the implementation of PrEP as an HIV-prevention strategy in healthcare settings. Each registrant will select the time that works best for them. This is an opportunity to discuss one-on-one your questions with physicians who have been identified as experts in the implementation of PrEP in Primary Care. Register today.