The Telehealth Institute I features presentations from four programs that have engaged priority populations in virtual HIV prevention and care services. Telehealth increases access to care by reducing barriers such as time, stigma, and transportation. The presentations in the Telehealth Institute include live, two-way virtual care, smartphone apps, and virtual communities of practice, in both rural and urban communities.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify telehealth applications for HIV prevention and care services for priority populations.

  2. Describe how telehealth reduces barriers to HIV prevention and care in both rural and urban communities.

  3. Explain common challenges and solutions to telehealth implementation across various virtual models of care.