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South Central AETC

University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center, ECHO Institute / Project ECHO
1650 University Blvd. NE, 5th Floor
Albuquerque, NM 87102

phone: (505) 925-2406
email: [email protected]

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Regional Scope

The South Central AETC serves Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas through its central office and local partners.

Resources: 22

Title Publish Datesort ascending Review Date
Post COVID Syndrome: An Overview and Approach to Management 4/2/2021
COVID-19, HIV, and Housing Instability 12/29/2020
Diabetes Mellitus Screening in People with HIV 12/23/2020
Intersectionality of HIV and Domestic Violence 10/13/2020
Implications of Communication on Providing Care to the LGBTQ Community 10/13/2020
TeleMedicine for HIV & PrEP Series: Integrating Telemedicine into the ‘New Normal’ 10/13/2020
Assisting HIV Patients Returning to Mexico and Central America / Asistiendo a los Pacientes que Regresan a México y Centroamérica 10/1/2020
HIV on the Mexico – US Border (training slides) 9/28/2020
Prescribing PrEP With Your Organization: A Guide to Starting PrEP in a Clinical Setting- Parts I & II (webinar slides) 9/28/2020
Direct-acting Antiviral (DAA) Prior Authorization Letter Templates 6/10/2020
Conducting a Primary or Acute Care HIV Telemedicine Visit 6/9/2020
COVID-19 and Oral Health Care with Consideration of HIV Coinfection 4/30/2020
COVID-19 Update for People with HIV 4/9/2020
Hepatitis C: Getting Cured Is Easier than Ever 2/26/2019 11/29/2019
Myths about Treating Substance Users with Hepatitis C Virus 11/27/2018 10/6/2019
Flyer: Hepatitis C Screening and Treatment in People with HIV 6/29/2018 11/19/2019
Brand and Generic Names of ARVs in the United States and Mexico 6/20/2018
Hep C Free Postcard 5/31/2018 11/29/2019
Passport to Cure 3/9/2018 11/29/2019
HIV/HCV Co-infection: An AETC National Curriculum 7/13/2017 12/29/2019
The Effects of Stigma on People with HIV in Rural America 8/25/2016 1/10/2020
HIV and AIDS in American Indian/Alaska Native Populations in the United States: An Overview of the Epidemiology and Discussion of Challenges Along the Continuum of Care 3/28/2014 5/8/2019
A two-column table showing the date and hyperlinked title of upcoming events for this office.
Day Title
MSM Community: Mental Health and Stigma – Focusing on the Context and Language Used
Event type: Webinars
MSM Community: Substance Use Disorders
Event type: Webinars
MSM Community: Chem Sex - Myths And Misconceptions
Event type: Webinars
MSM Community: Chem Sex - Evaluating Patients Who Present in Mental Crisis
Event type: Webinars
MSM Community: Why Is The Community Not Connecting to Services
Event type: Webinars
MSM Community: Stigma And Counseling Needs
Event type: Webinars
Black Women: Black Women & Girls – A Focus on Social Determinants of Health
Event type: Webinars
Black Women: Access to PrEP
Event type: Webinars
Latino/x Community: CLAS Standards - Foundation To Serve Diverse Communities
Event type: Webinars
Latino/x Community: Social Determinants Impacting Healthcare
Event type: Webinars
Latino/x Community: Analyzing The Communication Gap
Event type: Webinars
Latino/x Community: Illustrating the Need & Urgency
Event type: Webinars
Latino/x Community: Surveying The Challenges Faced By The Community
Event type: Webinars