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- Interventions in Public Health
- Leadership Development
- LGBTQ Health
- Partner Services
- Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
- Quality Improvement
- Reproductive Health
- Social Determinants of Health
- Cultural Competence
- Engagement in Care
- Extragenital Testing for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia in MSM
- HIV and Sexual Health Conversation
- Retesting for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
- Social Determinants of Health and HIV
- Syphilis Management
- Taking a Sexual History
- Healing from Trauma: Care of HIV+ Women
HIV care providers discuss their personal journey 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.
In this video, Dr. Oliver Bacon presents the case for obtaining rectal and pharyngeal screening tests for gonorrhea and chlamydia in men who have sex with men.
Speaker: Oliver Bacon, MD, MPH
Six fundamental sexual health principles guide clients toward a greater understanding of their current relationship with HIV. Linking sexual health principles within HIV services is a collaborative sexual health conversation that defines and supports each person’s personal vision of sexual health.
Presenter: Douglas Braun-Harvey, MFT, CGP, CST, Co-Founder of The Harvey Institute Inc. Improving health care through promotion and integration of sexual health.
In this video, you will learn why retesting for chlamydia and gonorrhea at 3 months or opportunistically after treatment is so important for patients’ health, and about effective methods for assuring that patients receive this retest.
Speaker: Holly Howard, MPH
The introductory video to the CAPTC online course.
This short video highlights people living with HIV talking about the impact of HIV-related stigma on their lives and communities.
Sharon Adler, MD, MPH, 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.
Linda Creegan, NP, discusses how to ask patients clinically important questions about their sexual health and risks for STD and HIV in a clear and respectful manner.
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. Recognizing and addressing the high rates of trauma in this population holds the promise to reframe care and to help HIV-positive women realize their inherent health and power.
Presenter: Edward Machtinger, M.D.