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Keeping it Fresh: National HIV Curriculum

Friday, September 20, 2019


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From the AETC NCRC Fall 2019 Quarterly Newsletter

HRSA has awarded a multi-year grant to manage and improve the AETC National HIV Curriculum website. According to the AETC newsletter, the grant, awarded to the University of Washington, "will support and optimize the website’s technological operations and expand AETC National HIV Curriculum content."

The National HIV Curriculum website contains information on all FDA-approved antiretrovirals and provides HIV clinical training in six modules, with additional training tools like a Question Bank, a Challenges and Controversies section for dealing with the tough cases, tools and calculators (mental health, substance abuse, clinical), and more.

The National HIV Curriculum website launched in 2017 and has registered over 11,000 clinician and student learners, of which 30% take part in one of the site's 400 learning groups. 

 Since the website’s launch in 2017, more than 11,000 healthcare professionals and students have become registered learners with 30% also having joined one of the 400 learning groups.

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