Events & Trainings - Educational Opportunities
The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) offers ongoing educational opportunities for healthcare providers on a variety of subjects. The HIV.STD.TB.Viral Hepatitis Program also offers facility specific on-site education as requested, contact us today with your training needs.
Lunch & Learns
Lunch and Learns are offered to anyone interested every 4th Wednesday of the month. Most are recorded and archived on this webpage. ND nursing CEUs are available for two weeks after the date of presentation by passing (70%) post-test.
Upcoming Lunch & Learns
February 24, 2021 at 12pm: Let's Talk About - Sex Without Being Awkward?
February 24, 2021 at 12pm: Taking a Sexual Health History
Registeration: Coming Soon!
Most Recent Lunch & Learn
November 2020: HIV and Persons Who Inject Drugs
October 2020: TB & Diabetes: Diabetes in ND and Risks and Recommendations
September 2020: Intimate Partner Violence: Can Abusers Really Change?
August 2020: An Unusual Case of Shock in a 5
Week Old Male
July 2020: It's Universal! Hepatitis C
Screening Recommendation Updates
June 2020: Self-Compassion for the
May 27, 2020: Oral Health and HIV - A Watchful
Eye Will Discover
March and April 2020: No Lunch and Learns were Presented
February 26: HIV Prevention and Resources
from the AETC
January 2020: STIs: The Resurgence of Old Foes
Disease 101 Materials
These presentations are a one hour overview of these conditions. The presentation include overview of symptoms, transmission, testing and prevention. These presentations were created for a general audience.
Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C
Sexually Transmitted Diseases - Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis and HIV
2019 North Dakota HIV.STD.TB.Viral Hepatitis Symposium
The North Dakota Department of Health hosted a symposium on June 4-6,
2019 at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck, ND. This event had presenters from around the state and country to discuss issues important to HIV, STD, TB and Viral Hepatitis.
Presentations are available by clicking here
External Resources for Providers
COVID-19 and HIV