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Pacific AETC

University of California San Francisco
550 16th Street, 3rd Floor
UCSF Mail Code 0661
San Francisco, CA 94158-2549

phone: (415) 476-6153

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Regional Scope

The Pacific AETC serves Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and the 6 U.S.-affiliated  Pacific Jurisdictions through its central office and local partners.


For HIV training, technical assistance, and/or capacity building assistance any where in the Pacific AETC region, contact Prescott Chow.

Resources: 21

Title Publication Datesort ascending
HIV Quick Guides: Testing, PEP/PrEP, Rapid ART, Primary Care 12/11/2018
Assisting HIV Patients Returning to Mexico and Central America / Asistiendo a los Pacientes que Regresan a México y Centroamérica 9/20/2018
The Nature of Addiction and HIV 7/1/2018
How Change Happens: Substance Use Disorders and HIV/AIDS 7/1/2018
Brand and Generic Names of ARVs in the United States and Mexico 6/20/2018
Linkage and Retention in Care for Patients Living with HIV 2/28/2018
Heroin, Prescription Opioids, and HIV: What Clinicians Need to Know 1/1/2018
Tips for HIV Clinicians Working with Opioid Users 1/1/2018
Never Mix, Never Worry: What Clinicians Need to Know about HIV and Psychotropics 9/20/2017
HIVLN Session: A Provider’s Approach to Medicinal Marijuana Use among People Living with HIV in the Era of Legalization 6/8/2017
Information for Health Care Providers with Patients Who Have Been Detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) 1/17/2017
Substance Use, HIV, and Women: What Providers Need to Know 12/12/2016
Tips for HIV Clinicians Working with Women with Substance Use Disorders 12/7/2016
Los Angeles Region AETC E-Learning Portal 9/15/2016
Smoking and HIV: What Clinicians Need to Know 9/15/2016
Tips for HIV Clinicians Working with Tobacco Users 9/15/2016
The Effects of Stigma on People Living with HIV in Rural America 8/25/2016
Aging and PrEP 5/19/2015
Medication-Related Osteonecrosis of the Jaw 4/1/2015
Short and Simple: Screening and Brief Intervention Tips for HIV Clinicians Working with Alcohol and Drug Users 10/2/2014
Short and Simple: Substance Use Screening and Brief Intervention in HIV Care Settings 10/1/2014

Articles: 3

  • AETC IPE Programs Prepare the Next Generation of HIV Providers

    Tom Donohoe's picture

    Cross-posted from TargetHIV coverage of the 2018 National Ryan White Conference.

    Regional AETCs across the United States are working to bring new clinicians into the HIV workforce through inter-professional education (IPE) programs. IPE trains learners in teams in clinical...

  • Transitioning Your HIV Practice to a New Doctor

    The AIDS epidemic raged around me like a wildfire in the late '80s and early '90s while I trained in medicine in San Francisco. During that storm, I began working with people living with HIV. In 1995, ready to start a primary medical practice, I landed at a community clinic in Berkeley, California...
  • Using Fellowships to Impact HIV Workforce Deficits

    Shanna Livermore's picture

    A critical shortage of practitioners who treat HIV/AIDS patients in the United States is on the horizon, according to research by the American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM), which warns that more than 32 percent of today’s HIV clinicians will stop providing that care over the next 10 years....