This course, an intensive overview of STIs, includes 14 hours of lecture over two days. Topics presented include: gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, trichomoniasis, PID, genital herpes, HPV, hepatitis B, chancroid, urethritis/cervicitis syndromes, pediculosis/ scabies, HIV/AIDS, prevention strategies / PrEP / EPT, and case studies.
This course is a 4-hour, state-of-the-art update on current issues in STI diagnosis, treatment, and care. Topics presented include recent developments in clinical care for syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, evidence-based strategies for STI/HIV prevention. Clinical approaches to patient care are also considered.
Course Description: One-hour interactive webinars to address, establish and grow innovative solutions and services in STI/HIV preventive strategies. The eLearning Community (eLC) series are held each month virtually via Zoom.
(Target Audience) Physicians, PAs, NPs, nurses, and other health professionals who see patients with or at risk for sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
This course is designed for clinicians who regularly see patients with STDs in their practice. What’s new in STD care and the latest information on new diagnostics tests currently on the market and in development will be discussed. Screening test recommendations for MSM, PrEP, EPT, case discussions, and recent changes to the CDC STD Treatment Recommendations will be addressed.
This course will review recent research findings in HIV prevention that emphasize the importance of antiretroviral treatment as a key element of community-level HIV prevention. Exciting new developments in biomedical prevention approaches will be considered, including pre-exposure prophylaxis. This course will be of interest to clinicians, program staff, and others who treat and interact with patients with or at risk for HIV/STD.
This course will review recent research findings in STD diagnostics, care and prevention that emphasize the importance of screening for STDS at a community-level for prevention. Exciting new developments in biomedical prevention approaches will be considered, including pre-exposure prophylaxis. This course will be of interest to clinicians, program staff, and others who treat and interact with patients with or at risk for HIV/STI. New Developments in STD Treatment will be discussed.