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Deconstructing Homophobia and Transphobia
This training explores the reasons for, and impact of, high rates of HIV infection among men who have sex with men and transwomen of color.
Testing Together (also called Couples HIV Testing and Counseling) occurs when two or more persons who are in – or are planning to be in – a sexual relationship receive all elements of HIV testing and counseling together in order to facilitate disclosure of results between partners.
Anti-Retroviral Treatment and Access to Services (ARTAS) is an individual-level, multi-session, time-limited intervention with the goal of linking recently diagnosed persons with HIV to medical care soon after receiving their positive test result.
HIV Status Disclosure
This training explores the many issues that may arise for people living with HIV in deciding when and how to disclose their status. We discuss strategies for supporting disclosure in a number of professional settings.
MSM Cultural Sensitivity
This course highlights cultural competency as a foundational skill when working with gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men.
Recruitment and Retention
This training enhances the quality and effectiveness of recruiting populations at highest risk for contracting or transmitting HIV into prevention and treatment programs.
Social Determinants of Health
This course describes the relationship that social determinants have on health outcomes and explores strategies to effectively address them.
This training focuses on changes providers can make to respond to the impact that stigma has on risk, prevalence and access to services.
Developing Structural Interventions
Structural Interventions (SIs) can influence social determinants by increasing availability, accessibility and/or acceptability of HIV resources and services. They can also provide effective mechanisms for organizational change.
The ability to set and maintain boundaries is critical to ensure effective and successful interactions with clients as well as colleagues.
Working with People Living with HIV
This training provides a framework for understanding the shared experiences of people living with HIV.
This model or approach marks a shift from a traditional deficit-based perspective to one which recognizes clients’ strengths and competencies.