Three National HIV and STD Curricula Now Available Online

Three new FREE national curricula on HIV, STDs, and HIV-Hepatitis C co-infection are now available online.

The National HIV Curriculum was created in partnership between the AIDS Education and Training Center Program National Coordinating Resource Center and the University of Washington, and provides FREE CME and CNE. The goal of the National HIV Curriculum is to provide ongoing, up-to-date information needed to meet the core competency knowledge for HIV care. There are six core modules focused on screening and diagnosis, basic HIV primary care, antiretroviral therapy, co-occurring conditions, prevention of HIV, and special populations. Each module contains a quick reference guide, self-study course, board-review style question bank, and clinical challenges and cases. Additional resources include an antiretroviral treatment guide, mental health and substance abuse screening tools, and clinical calculators. Click here to visit the HIV curriculum website and register for courses.

The National STD Curriculum was created by the University of Washington and their STD Prevention and Training Center, and provides FREE CME and CNE. The National STD Curriculum addresses the epidemiology, pathogenesis, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, management, and prevention of seven common STDs: chlamydia, gonorrhea, HSV, HPV, PID, syphilis, and vaginitis. Each module contains a quick reference guide, self-study course, and board-review style question bank. Click here to visit the STD curriculum website and register for courses.

HIV/HCV Co-Infection: An AETC National Curriculum was created by the AIDS Education and Training Center Program for healthcare providers and trainers of healthcare providers to increase their knowledge on HIV and Hepatitis C virus co-infection among people of color in the United States and its territories. Topics covered include prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations, as well as barriers and other co-factors that may impede optimal treatment outcomes for co-infected people of color. Click here to visit the HIV/HCV curriculum website.