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Fundamentals of HIV Prevention Counseling
To further educate health care providers in North Dakota on HIV and current testing procedures and improve their ability, in a variety of settings, to support clients in making behavioral changes that will reduce their risk of acquiring or transmitting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
Please click here to register for a Fundamentals Course. For dates, time and location of Fundamentals see the Events section of this website. Only 20 spots are available per class on a first come first served basis. Contact Gino Jose at 701.328.1059 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Beginning Fundamentals of HIV Prevention Counseling
This course is required for HIV CTR sites and preference will be given to their staff. This is a one day class that requires in person attendance. Healthcare providers who provide HIV testing and who have not received their initial certification in HIV prevention counseling are highly encouraged to attend.
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Advanced Fundamentals of HIV Prevention Counseling
The Advanced Fundamentals course is scheduled for Spring of 2013. This will be a in-depth training focusing on HIV and hepatitis C testing, counseling and education. More information will be made available in the future.
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The Dakotas AIDS Education and Training Center (DAETC)
The Dakotas AIDS Education and Training Center (DAETC) offers HIV treatment education, clinical consultation, and capacity building assistance to health care professionals and organizations throughout North and South Dakota. Our primary audience includes physicians, nurses, nurse practicioners, physician assistants, dental professionals, clinical pharmacists, and other health care team members who work in rural and urban areas. DAETC works with Ryan White funded agencies, federally funded community and migrant health centers, tribal and Indian Health Service clinics, state and local health departments, correctional facilities, and private practice settings serving persons living with HIV.
For more information, please visit https://aidsetc.org/aetc-program/dakotas-aetc.
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