The following webinars were developed to increase the knowledge and skills of providers working with clients concerned about HIV prevention issues as well as to increase their familiarity with available resources. Select a recorded webinar by clicking on the title link following the description.
Maternal Child Adolescent Health Programs has sponsored the LGBTQQI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Queer, Intersex) Sensitivity webinar conducted by California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center. This recorded webinar was for PREP staff responsible for facilitating modules/sessions and activities within EBPM (s). The primary goal of this webinar was to enhance participants’ understanding of LGBTQQI issues and help them to be able to affectively support LGBTQQI participants.
Be PrEPared: A Practical Approach to Implementing HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (CME provided)
This webinar broadcast on December19, 2013 from the CA STD/HIV Prevention Training Center covers key PrEP topic areas including: a definition of PrEP, a brief overview of research supporting the use of PrEP, implementation and medical management issues, and reimbursement for care of patients on PrEP. This presentation is led by Oliver Bacon, MD, MPH, of San Francisco Department of Public Health's PrEP Demonstration Project.
Important: Registration required for CME. Click here to register and view the webinar.
To view the webinar without receiving CME, click on the following link. Be PrEPared: A Practical Approach to Implementing HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (without CME)
Introducing ARTAS, Strengths Based Case Management and Motivational Interviewing into your HIV Intervention Services
This two hour web-based session will provide participants with an overview of the individual level, linkage to care intervention ARTAS (Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services), Strengths Based Case Management, and Motivational Interviewing. This webinar will explain how implementing ARTAS in an organization's existing HIV services can be effective in linking indivuduals who have been recently diagnosed with HIV to medical care.
This webinar was produced and delivered by PROCEED, Inc. (New Jersey), the California STD/HV Prevention Training Center (California), and Center for Health and Behavioral Training (New York), all of whom have been formally trained in ARTAS by CDC.
Introducing ARTAS, Strengths Based Case Management and Motivation Interviewing Please note that you will be directed to the GoToMeeting site where contact information must be registered before viewing.
Introduction to Evidence-Based Program Models for the Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP)
The purpose of this webinar, presented on May 18, 2012, was to provide an overview of selected Evidence-Based Program Models (EBPM) and to assist Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (MCAH) PREP sub-awardees with their final selection of the EBPM for their project. Presenters included Alice Gandelman, MPH, Director, California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center; Karen Ramstrom, DO, MSPH, Chief, Programs Standards Branch; and Susan White, Health Program Manager.
Introduction to Evidence-Based Program Models
The National HIV/AIDS Strategy: Exploring the Impact on Local HIV Prevention Practices
This one hour webinar was presented by the California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center's CBA Program on August 4, 2011. We discussed the implications of the NHAS and related initiatives on local HIV prevention practices. Questions explored included:
What changes in day-to-day service delivery have health departments and CBOs experienced or believe they will experience soon?
How have prevention, care and treatment efforts been reorganized - if at all - at the local level?
The National HIV/AIDS Strategy
Integrating CLEAR into CRCS
This one hour recorded webinar was presented by the California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center's CBA Program on May 10, 2011. It consists of: 1) an overview of CRCS, 2) an overview of CLEAR, and 3) suggestions on integrating CLEAR into CRCS. We review important considerations in the integration process, such as core elements, eligibility requirements, and evaluation components.
Integrating CLEAR into CRCS
Understanding Community Level Interventions
This one hour webinar was co-sponsored by the California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center and AIDS Project Los Angeles/Shared Action on June 8, 2010. The webinar provides an overview of the Community Level Interventions of the DEBI Project of the Centers for Disease Control. It was developed and conducted by staff of the CAPTC: AJ King, Coordinator of the Capacity Building Assistance Program, and Patrick Piper, Senior Trainer.
We have converted the recorded webinar files into a self-paced course in Articulate software. Click on the link below and it should begin to play automatically.
Understanding Community Level Interventions - Articulate