“HIV Case Management 101: A Foundation Part 2 – Module 1: Behavioral Risk and HIV”
This course has been replaced by course number 1046842. Please take course number 1046842 in place of this course.
HIV Case Management 101: A Foundation Part 2 – Module 1: Behavioral Risk and HIV is a 71 minutes webcast with accompanying slide set. This training is a continuation of the HIV Case Management 101: A Foundation (pre-requisite). This module provides foundational information required for case managers to serve their clients effectively focusing on substance abuse.
- explain serosorting and list at least 1 risk and 1 benefit
- identify and explain at least 3 risk reduction techniques 5.
There will be a slight delay after launching the course while the audio file loads. The powerpoint slides will be sent to you in an email if you have opted to receive email from TRAIN.
The slides can also be viewed here.
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Ann Dills is an HIV Case Management training specialist and has been working in HIV/AIDS since 2000. She started her career in Kentucky coordinating a youth HIV prevention and peer leadership program and providing HIV prevention and education for college GLBT programs. She moved into HIV client services programs after that, working not only with a general HIV+ population, but also focusing specifically on individuals with substance use disorders. Prior to moving to Texas she worked as a Medical Case Manager in an infectious disease clinic. She has been at DSHS since 2007 and has been creating and developing the Texas DSHS HIV Case Management training program since then.
Original posting date: 8/30/2012