The HIV PCP is a CME/CE multi-module educational certification program that will prepare providers to utilize the most individualized and up-to-date methods to prevent HIV infection. Upon completion of the self-paced program, providers will earn a HIV PCP certificate. The HIV PCP certification demonstrates competency in interdisciplinary, multi-level strategies for HIV prevention.
Participants who complete the certificate program will have an understanding of: the foundation of HIV epidemiology and policy in the United States, the provider’s role in identifying HIV risk and new cases, high impact strategies to prevent HIV through status-neutral-navigation, clinical guidelines to implement PrEP, and a framework of cultural humility that improves clients’ access to and retention in care.
Media: Enduring Material
Release and Expiration Dates: October 16, 2020 – October 15, 2021
Time to Complete: 60 minutes for each Module
This activity is intended for Medical Doctors (MD), Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (DO), Physician Assistants (PA), Nurse Practitioners (NP), Doctors of Pharmacy (PharmD), Registered Nurses (RN), Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN), and others providing or interested in providing HIV prevention services, including PrEP.Learning Objectives:
- Explain the history and epidemiology of HIV in the United States
- Describe current policies regarding treatment for and prevention of HIV/AIDS
- Identify strategies for HIV prevention and intervention
- Discuss the economics of HIV
- Describe the role of the HIV Prevention certification
Final Certificate awarded after completion of all six HIV PCP modules. Once complete register for the national database and receive your certificate.