January 13 to February 7, 2020
Webinar: February 5, 2020, 12 PM Pacific time
CATIE’s Preventing the Sexual Transmission of HIV course aims to develop core knowledge on the prevention of sexual transmission of HIV for frontline service providers who have a role in HIV prevention. Through this course, participants will gain in-depth knowledge of the biology of the sexual transmission of HIV and emerge with a concrete understanding of how to prevent HIV through the use of highly effective prevention strategies and other risk reduction tools. This course will help participants to accurately and meaningfully discuss sexual HIV transmission risk and prevention strategies with their clients.
This course is delivered by a CATIE regional health education coordinator, providing instruction through a combination of online interactive eLearning units, discussion board assignments and webinars.
Learners will receive a certificate upon completion of all learning activities.
At the end of the course, the learner will be able to:
1. Describe the biology of the sexual transmission of HIV
2. Assess the risk of HIV transmission associated with different sexual activities
3. Communicate about sexual HIV transmission risk to their clients
4. Discuss currently available highly effective HIV prevention strategies
5. Discuss the benefits and limitations of additional risk reduction tools
For more information contact Shelley Taylor, Regional Health Education Coordinator
[email protected] | 1-800-263-1638 ext. 230