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Apr 26, 2018
Distance Learning
0 Credit Hours

The Evolving Well Woman Visit

The content of the well woman has changed significantly in the past decade, such that many screening tests are performed in modified age groups and at different screening intervals. This webinar will review the well woman health screening recommendations published by the CA Department of Public Health, US Preventive Services Task Force, ACOG and other national organizations. Four topics will be covered in detail: - Reproductive goals counseling, - Use of newer cervical cancer screening technologies - Utility of screening clinical breast exams and screening pelvic exams - Coding for well woman visits
May 21-22, 2018
Austin, TX
16 Credit Hours

Designing Structural Interventions to Address Social Determinants of HIV

Course Description:

Social Determinants of Health (SDH), such as racism, homophobia, lack of education, poverty, and inadequate housing contribute to most HIV-related disparities in the United States, and directly impact knowledge of HIV status, linkage and retention in care, and viral suppression. Structural Interventions (SIs) can assist health departments in addressing SDH by developing interventions that focus on these social, economic, policy, and environmental factors. They can also provide effective mechanisms for organizational change. This two-day course uses didactic and interactive exercises to apply SIs to HIV programs. 

Focusing on the HIV Prevention in Care Continuum, participants will use a logic model developed specifically to implement SIs in their work.

Jun 21, 2018
8 Credit Hours
Jun 22, 2018
4 Credit Hours

Understanding Professional Boundaries

Personal and professional boundaries are an integral part of any provider-client relationship, particularly for those in the medical and human service industries. They represent invisible structures imposed by legal, ethical, and/or professional standards. The ability to set and maintain boundaries is critical to ensure effective and successful interactions with clients as well as colleagues.  Yet these boundaries are often not known to, or overlooked by, staff that may be guided by them.  This training will explore the importance of personal and professional boundaries and how maintaining good boundaries improves client relationships and builds self-sufficiency.  We will define what constitutes personal versus professional, and legal versus ethical boundaries. Through didactic learning and experiential exercise participants will work to identify most appropriate actions to various situations that may arise when working with clients.

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