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National HIV Curriculum Promotional Slide Set- 2nd Edition

National HIV Curriculum Promotional Slides 2nd Edition launched September 1, 2020 Please use any of these slides to promote the National HIV Curriculum. This free, up-to-date website is for clinicians and other healthcare professionals to learn about HIV diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Thank you for informing your audience about the National HIV Curriculum: www.hiv.uw.edu. The University of Washington Infectious Diseases Education & Assessment (IDEA) Program (idea.medicine.uw.edu) developed and continually updates this website. The National HIV Curriculum is an AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) Program supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as part of an award totaling $1,000,000 with 0% financed with non-governmental sources. New 3-year CE accreditation period began September 1,2020 Postcard Front Postcard back National HIV Curriculum Features Comprehensive and up-to-date resource 100% federally funded, free of commercial bias 37 lessons and corresponding question bank topics Free CME/MOC/CNE/CE 17 clinical screening tools and calculators In-depth antiretroviral medications section Online learning group functionality for onboarding and training Individualized and learning group progress trackers Key features summary for healthcare training programs Six Modules: Lessons and Question Bank Topics Recertified for CE in fall 2020, six modules with 37 lessons and corresponding question bank topics address: Screening and Diagnosis Basic HIV Primary Care Antiretroviral Therapy Co-Occurring Conditions Prevention of HIV Key Populations 97 free CME credit, MOC points, CNE contact hours, and CE contact hours; 70 pharmacology CE for advanced practice nurses(A learner needs about 1 hour to earn 1 CE) University of Washington Certificates of Completion are also available List of Modules and information about CE National HIV Curriculum Features: Antiretroviral Medications Course Modules Question Bank Tools and Calculators 49 Medications 6 Modules37 Lessons 462 Questions 17Tools/ Calculators 51.5CE Credits 46 CE Credits 97.5 Total CE Credits 70 pharmacology CE for advanced practice nurses General Principles of National HIV Curriculum Address comprehensive spectrum of HIV clinical care Make relevant for broad range of healthcare providers Base recommendations on U.S. federal guidelines Develop core competencies to inform curriculum Create a free educational resource Provide dual functionality: quick access and longitudinal Offer online learning group functionality to onboard and train healthcare professionals An AIDS Education and Training Center Program led by the University of Washington Editor-in-Chief: David H. Spach, MD Funded by a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration Dr. David Spach is also Editor-in-Chief of the National STD Curriculum, Hepatitis C Online and the Hepatitis B Online. All four federally funded curricula offer free CE and are part of the Infectious Disease Education and Assessment (IDEA) e-learning platform. Self-Study (Modular) Sequential (Step-by-Step) or choose topics Flexible modular options Certificate program Ideal for training programs Quick Reference Highly organized interface Quick search On demand topics Downloadable PDF option Ideal for staying updated Dual Functionality Click on "Register" on the upper right, watch the site overview video, and complete the participant form. The same user name and password on the National STD Curriculum, Hepatitis C Online, and Hepatitis B Online. Drop down menu gives dual access for Quick Reference or Self Study 6 modules: 37 lessons. The amount of CE available in the self-study lessons varies. The 37 question bank topics mirror the lessons. Modules cover 37 major HIV topics An example of one lesson and the available navigational tools. The site has an extensive bibliography. Image Series: Concepts The site features easy-to-understand, high-resolution images which demonstrate complex clinical events. 450+ Board Review Style Learning and Assessment Questions Question Bank Question bank topics mirror the lessons. Any user can access question bank topics but to track progress, the user must register on the site. Registered learners can earn CME and CNE credit when at least 80% of a topic's answers are correct. Available CE credit varies by the number of questions but, generally, five questions are equivalent to .5 CE. This sample unit has 1.0 CE available. 17 Clinical Calculators & Screening ToolsUsing your own electronic device, you can access: Free and easily accessible calculators and tools that users can access on their phones or other electronic devices to help with clinical decision making. Antiretroviral Medications Downloadable prescribing information, clinical studies, and slide decks are only one click away. Treatments not approved by the FDA are clearly marked "Investigational" with a blue triangle icon. Comprehensive ARV medications resource, including Power Point slides for trials Antiretroviral Medications An example of what information is available on ARV medications and the many navigational tools which can be used to move quickly through the section. Teaching Resources: Downloadable PDFs and PowerPoint Slide Decks Antiretroviral Medications Slide decks can be downloaded and used without permission. Why Online Learning Groups are Formed Train or onboard staff and residents by assigning selected topics Review group progress and analytics reports to track CE and shape future trainings Implement a training plan across multiple locations Augment medical, nursing, pharmacy, dental and other healthcare professionals training programs