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Using Social Networks: A Recruitment Strategy for Counseling, Testing and Referral Services

Starting
5/07/2013
Ending
5/08/2013
Status
Closed
Location
Dallas, TX
Cost
FREE
Credit Hours
None

The goals of this two- to three-day training are to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of how to utilize social networks as a recruitment strategy for Counseling, Testing and Referral (CTR), and to develop knowledge and skills needed to successfully implement SNS for CTR in HIV/STD prevention agencies. 

SNS allows agencies to reach highest-risk persons, hard-to-reach communities and HIV-infected individuals who are unaware of their status by building on existing relationships of trust, and, in turn, creating positive responses to HIV-testing messages. At the end of the training, participants will be able to:

  • differentiate SNS from other activities;
  • explain the four phases of the SNS;
  • describe the benefits of SNS to reach people at high risk for infection; and
  • develop a plan for implementation. 
Recommended participants:  staff of agencies interested in implementing (recommend 1 project manager/coordinator and 1 implementation staff member), and state contract monitoring and/or technical assistance staff and one person who is responsible for monitoring and/or providing technical assistance. 
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