South Central AETC

Parkland Health & Hospital System
8435 N. Stemmons Freeway
11th Floor, Suite 1125
Dallas, TX 75247

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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.


For HIV training, technical assistance, and/or capacity building assistance any where in the South Central AETC region, contact Debbie Watts.

Resources: 20

Title Publish Datesort ascending
Tuesday Morning Discussion Series 10/31/2017
HCV/HIV Co-infection: An AETC National Curriculum 7/13/2017
Women & HIV International Clinical Conference (WHICC) Archived Presentations 6/12/2017
Gender Identity 101: Meeting Clients Where They Are to Prevent HIV 5/15/2017
2016-2017 Resource Guide: A Guide for Services in North Texas/ Una Guía de los Servicios en el Norte de Texas 12/1/2016
Assisting HIV Patients Returning to Mexico and Central America / Asistiendo a los Pacientes que Regresan a México y Centroamérica 10/17/2016
The Effects of Stigma on People Living with HIV in Rural America 8/25/2016
African American Cultural Considerations in HIV/AIDS 2/16/2016
Diagnosing HIV: Old School, New School 9/22/2015
Texas Billing and Coding Guide 8/20/2014
Clinician’s Reference Guide to Curanderismo 7/24/2014
HIV 101 / VIH 101 7/14/2014
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
Smoking & HIV: Time for Action 3/28/2014
Methamphetamine and HIV in the Native American Population 3/28/2014
On-Demand: HIV & Meth 3/28/2014
On-Demand: Indian Health Services National Core Formulary - Antiretrovirals 3/28/2014
Certification Resources for Health Care Professionals 2/3/2014
E-learn Collaborative Webinar: Advanced PowerPoint Skills 2013 8/6/2013
Stigma and HIV: Addressing engagement in care for Latino MSM along the U.S./Mexico border 6/1/2013

Articles: 5

Day Title
Tuesday Morning Discussion Series: Evaluation of Cirrhosis in the HIV+ Patient
Tuesday Morning Discussion Series: STDs and HIV
Tuesday Morning Discussion Series: Dermatological Manifestations of HIV
HIV/AIDS Symposium 2018