PAN is partnering with CATIE and BC Hepatitis Network to deliver a training course for you and your colleagues on HIV and Hepatitis C Testing. This course is being delivered to frontline workers across BC.
CATIE’s HIV and Hepatitis C Testing course aims to develop in-depth knowledge of testing technologies, approaches to testing, and how all service providers play an important role in reaching people with HIV and hepatitis C. Throughout this course, participants learn about the importance of testing for HIV and hepatitis C, what testing technologies exist in Canada, and key considerations to support people throughout the testing process. By exploring different approaches to testing and the barriers that exist, service providers come away with strategies to facilitate testing and linkage to care, treatment, and prevention in their communities and with their clients.
HIV and Hepatitis C Testing begins on January 4, 2022
Register now: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6598459/TST-PAC-0122
This course is geared towards frontline service providers who work with people who can benefit from HIV and/or hepatitis C testing. Participants should have a basic understanding of HIV and hepatitis C before beginning this course.
Participants should expect to commit 1.5 hours per week to complete all assigned online activities.
Weekly topic breakdown
HIV and Hepatitis C Testing includes four online modules with a variety of learning activities such as eLearning units, readings, discussion board assignments, and videos. You can work through each weekly module at your own pace.
WEEK 1: Introduction to testing
WEEK 2: HIV testing and diagnosis
WEEK 3: Hepatitis C testing and diagnosis
WEEK 4: Key components of the HIV and hepatitis C testing process
WEEK 5: Online meeting on January 27, 2022, 12 PM-2 PM Pacific time
To finish the course, you and your colleagues will come together for an interactive online meeting to discuss the course in the context of your work. This will occur on January 27 at noon, Pacific time. Save the date!
To access the eduCATIE online learning management system (LMS), you will need to have access to a computer with an Internet connection, and use Chrome, Firefox or Safari as your web browser. eduCATIE is not compatible with Internet Explorer.
If your organization has strict email filters in place, please check with your IT personnel to make certain that you have the technical requirements to participate in this course. Please ask them to add [email protected] to the list of safe senders to ensure you receive a course invitation. You can also choose to register with a different email account (e.g. a personal account) to make it more likely that email notifications from eduCATIE aren’t blocked.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to your Health Education Coordinator, Jordan Coulombe at [email protected] to learn more.