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In order to earn continuing education credit, you must: 1) register for the course before viewing the video; and 2) complete a post-test and course evaluation after viewing the video.

Delivery of the Positive HIV Test Result

Extragenital Testing for GC and CT in Men Who Have Sex With Men

HPV Vaccines: What Providers Need to Know

New Gonorrhea Treatment Recommendations

Retesting for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea

Syphilis Management

Taking a Sexual History


HIV Care and Prevention

No continuing Education Credits Available

At the Crossroads: Current Challenges for MSM of Color

Healing from Trauma: The Missing Ingredient in the Care of HIV-positive Women 

HIV and Incarceration: Challenges, Risks, and Opportunities

How I Got Over: The Journey to Cultural Competence 

The Missing Link: HIV and Sexual Health Conversation 

Living with HIV: Engagement in Care

Personal Reflections: Responding to Stigma

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At the Crossroads: Current Challenges for MSM of Color

At the Crossroads is a series that examines current challenges in responding to the HIV epidemic. In this first episode, Duran Rutledge speaks with two Bay Area HIV medical practitioners, Anthony Jones, M.D. and Damon Francis, M.D., on social determinants affecting HIV-positive MSM of color.

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Delivery of the Positive HIV Test Result   

Routine, opt-out HIV testing in medical settings is recommended by CDC and supported by law in California. This one-hour online course is designed for medical providers to increase knowledge, skills and confidence about delivering a positive HIV test result in any health care setting. A 3-step framework for giving a positive HIV test result is presented, and its application is demonstrated in 3 video vignettes.

This activity has been planned & implemented in accordance with the Institute for Medical Quality & the California Medical Associations CME Accreditation Standards (IMQ/CMA) through Joint Sponsorship of Cardea Services (formerly Center for Health Training) & CA STD/HIV Prevention Training Center. Cardea Services is accredited by IMQ/CMA for issuing AMA PRA Category 1 Credits" for physicians. Cardea designates Delivery of the Positive HIV Test Result for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit". Physicians should claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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Extragenital Testing for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia in Men Who Have Sex with Men

In this video, Dr. Oliver Bacon, MD, MPH, presents the case for obtaining rectal and pharyngeal screening tests for gonorrhea and chlamydia in men who have sex with men. Video production by Jon Schainker at Educational Technology Services, University of California, Berkeley.

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Healing from Trauma: The Missing Ingredient in the Care of HIV-positive Women

Despite being engaged in care, many HIV positive women still struggle with stigma, non-disclosure, isolation, depression, addiction and other barriers to health and well-being. Dr. Edward Macthinger, MD, discusses the importance of recognizing and addressing the high rates of trauma in this population. The approach promises to reframe care and to help HIV-positive women realize their inherent health and power.

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HIV and Incarceration: Challenges, Risks, and Opportunities

HIV-positive individuals experience elevated rates of incarceration and elevated rates of HIV are found in incarcerated populations. Dr. Nina T. Harawa, MPH, PhD, shares information from research by her and others on the unique challenges experienced by incarcerated and post-incarcerated HIV-positive people, in order to assist providers in addressing these challenges.

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How I Got Over: The Journey to Cultural Competence

HIV care providers discuss their personal journeys in becoming culturally competent with their patients and clients. In this segment, they provide recommendations for building effective relationships in order to improve engagement in care.

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HPV Vaccines: What Providers Need to Know

In this 14-minute video, Dr. Ina Park, MD, MS, covers background information about HPV vaccines and gives practical suggestions for assuring that patients are vaccinated as recommended.
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Living with HIV: Engagement in Care

HIV positive people talk about how they have successfully managed some of the challenges of living with HIV.

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The Missing Link: HIV and Sexual Health Conversation

Douglas Braun-Harvey, MFT, CGP, CST, Co-Founder of The Harvey Institute, presents six fundamental sexual health principles that guide clients toward a greater understanding of their current relationship with HIV. This video teaches a collaborative approach to sexual health conversations that helps doctors support patients in a process of defining their own personal visions of sexual health.. 

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New Gonorrhea Treatment Recommendations

In this 15-minute video, Dr. Ina Park discusses antibiotic resistance among Neisseria gonorrhoeae isolates and highlights the CDC's current treatment recommendations for gonorrhea infections. Video production by Jon Schainker at Educational Technology Services, University of California, Berkeley. Treatment recommendations for gonorrhea were updated by CDC on August 10, 2012.  Currently, the only recommended regimen for treatment of gonorrhea is ceftriaxone 250 mg in a single intramuscular dose PLUS azithromycin 1 g orally in a single dose  or doxycycline 100 mg orally twice daily for 7 days. Click here for complete information. 


Personal Reflections: Responding to Stigma

HIV positive people talk about how they have successfully managed some of the challenges of living with HIV.


Retesting for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea

In this 17-minute video, Holly Howard, MPH, discusses why retesting for chlamydia and gonorrhea at three months or opportunistically after treatment is so important for patients' health. She also suggests effective methods for assuring that patients receive this retest.

 

Syphilis Management

Dr. Sharon Adler, MD provides a 15-minute update on current diagnosis and management of syphilis infection. Video production by Jon Schainker at Educational Technology Services, University of California, Berkeley.

 

Taking a Sexual History

In this 18 minute long video, you will learn how to ask patients clinically important questions about their sexual health and risks for STD and HIV in a clear and respectful manner. 

 
 
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