HIV Prevention: Strategies for Clinicians Updated for 2018
This course on Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Prevention: Strategies for Clinicians, is based on a journal article posted on the CDC’s (Centers for Disease Control) website. This article provides “practical recommendations regarding the most simple and efficient ways of integrating both behavioral counseling and medical interventions as prevention tools into clinical practice”. The authors accomplish this by explaining to how to identify risk behaviors, implement behavior changing counseling techniques and finally to utilize medical intervention strategies for the prevention of HIV infection. This course has been updated for 2018 with current information from the CDC website on HIV prevention strategies.
This is a useful and informative article. The authors provide specific techniques for helping our clients and the world we live in. This publication is an excellent article for health professionals. It provides the practitioner with a foundation of knowledge to prevent the spread of HIV disease as well as specific techniques for clinicians to use with clients.
Psychologists, social workers, mental health counselors, and marriage and family therapists can benefit from this course. This course may also be helpful for other clinical practitioners such as midwives, dieticians and nutritionists who work with clients who may be at risk for HIV and or AIDS. This course is appropriate for beginning level practitioners who need an introductory course on HIV/AIDS.
Author: Schreibman & Friedman for the Centers for Disease Control additional content from the CDC
Learning Objectives: This course will provide strategies for clinicians to use in the Prevention of HIV infection. Specifically, a professional will:
Identify risk behaviors.
Identify behavior changing counseling techniques.
Recognize medical intervention strategies for the prevention of HIV infection
Citation: Compiled by DiDona (2018) from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website and Schreibman & Friedland for the CDC (2003). Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection Prevention Strategies for Clinicians. HIV/AIDS CID
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