Education and Training

HealthHIV leverages a diverse and culturally-competent team to design and implement effective training content responsive to the capacity building needs of clinical, community-based, faith-based, and AIDS service organizations. HealthHIV provides:

  • Implementation of educational programming focused on performance improvement. HealthHIV understands the importance of organizational systems development and works with training participants to apply educational learning to ensure ongoing program and service improvement to build organizational sustainability.
  • Development and coordination of trainings based on adult learning principles. HealthHIV has developed Learning Communities and other training models to facilitate the collective learning and organizational development needed to support networks of services and care for vulnerable minority populations living with HIV.
  • Design of training curriculum responsive to the needs of end-users. HealthHIV’s trainings are developed using results from a formative research process that captures information about end-user’s training needs. Training curricula includes practical tools, resources, and models that can be adapted by organizations to meet programmatic or organizational needs.
  • Implementation of trainings using state-of-the art technology. HealthHIV has the capability to deliver trainings through web-based technology and innovative learning platforms. Trainings are interactive and conducted in real-time.

HealthHIV’s National HIV eLearning Training Center is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to support PS19-1904: Capacity Building Assistance for High-Impact HIV Prevention Program Integration. The program is designed to support the proposed federal initiative, Ending the HIV Epidemic in the US, by improving and strengthening the capacity of the nation’s HIV prevention workforce.

Sister to Sister: Take Control of Your Health – This blended course, developed for clinic-based providers to empower women to reduce their risk for acquiring HIV, entails a 60-minute, self-paced eLearning module developed by HealthHIV followed by a live, in-person or virtual classroom session hosted by CAI. Launched January 2022. – View More

HealthHIV Training Library

HIV and Aging Webinar Series: Exploring Data and Engaging in Discussions of HIV, Aging and Housing

There is a growing significant need for affordable housing options that meet the needs of the aging population within the U.S. including people aging with HIV. This live webinar delved into the changing landscape of HIV with a presentation of the key findings from the HealthHIV State of Aging with HIV™ Third Annual National Survey primary health services research report.

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Providing PEP/PrEP in the Pharmacy Setting: A Comprehensive User Guide

This comprehensive electronic/downloadable monograph has been developed to specifically support the needs of pharmacists now challenged to come up to speed on guidelines and protocols for HIV preexposure and postexposure prophylaxis (PrEP and PEP). Module 2 of Pharmacy PrEP Education: A “How To” Series Spanning Policy to Practice.

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Optimizing PrEP Access through Advocacy

This activity will focus on medication therapy management protocols and their impact on prescription drug coverage policies. It also will look at PrEP access through a health equity lens and will include a review of the drug utilization review process, insurance models, and health impact analysis—considering the impact of each on patients and care. Module 1 of Pharmacy PrEP Education: A “How To” Series Spanning Policy to Practice.

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