Women’s Health Update 2017 from Essential Access Health

From our partners at Essential Access Health (formerly California Family Health Council): Registration Now Open! Join us October 23 + 24 at the Women's Health Update 2017 presented by Essential Access Health + Contraceptive Technology   For over thirty years,...
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Reducing Syphilis Rates: A Healthcare Provider’s Role – new CDC video

With syphilis rates and congenital syphilis rates on the rise throughout many United States communities, healthcare providers can play a key role in stopping and reversing these trends. The CDC has developed this short video for providers which highlights...
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Self-Care for Helping Professionals

By Renyea Colvin We’re building capacity here at PTC!  I’m not talking about the work we do to build organizations’ capacity to reduce health disparities or effectively facilitate organizations. This time, we’re building the capacity of PTC employees to do our best...
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Women’s Health Update 2017 from Essential Access Health

From our partners at Essential Access Health (formerly California Family Health Council): Registration Now Open! Join us October 23 + 24 at the Women's Health Update 2017 presented by Essential Access Health + Contraceptive Technology   For over thirty years,...

Self-Care for Helping Professionals

By Renyea Colvin We’re building capacity here at PTC!  I’m not talking about the work we do to build organizations’ capacity to reduce health disparities or effectively facilitate organizations. This time, we’re building the capacity of PTC employees to do our best...

Improving STD Screening in HIV Care Webinar

In collaboration with the CA Department of Public Health, Office of AIDS Care Branch Effective sexual history taking and the importance of screening patients for STDs with Julie Stoltey, MD, MPH Tuesday, May 16, 2017 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (PST) No Registration Required!...

Evaluation at the California Prevention Training Center

By Stacy Vogan A foundational role of the Evaluation Unit at the CAPTC is to amplify the voices of our community partners and the providers with whom we work. How do we amplify these voices? By listening… Listening to those most impacted by a health issue is a crucial...

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