Training & Events
MPHCA - Fall One-Day Clinical Conference
Getting to Zero: Implementing High Impact HIV Prevention in Your Health Center
WHAT: The Quality Improvement Workgroup will host a One-Day Clinical Conference in collaboration with the Primary Care Development Corporation and Mississippi AIDS Education Training Center for health center providers, clinical leads and quality improvement personnel, as well as administrators who will share the information with their respective CHC’s. Continuing education will be provided for MDs, NPs, and RNs.
WHEN: October, 4, 2017, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
WHERE: MSU CAV Extension Center
153 Mississippi Parkway
Canton, MS 39046
MEMBER FEE: $75.00 per participant — Includes continental breakfast, lunch and handouts
NON-MEMBER FEE: $100.00 per participant — Includes continental breakfast, lunch and handouts
This continuing education activity is being submitted for CMEs and CEs for Nursing and Social work.
SPEAKERS and OBJECTIVES
Leandro Mena, MD—Professor and Chair of Population Health Sciences in the John D. Bower School of Population Health and Professor of Medicine in Infectious Diseases at the University of Mississippi School of Medicine
- Discuss local epidemiology of HIV to guide focused prevention efforts.
Sarah Blust, LMSW, MPH—HIV High Impact Prevention (HIP) Program Director, Primary Care Development Corporation
- Describe main components of High Impact HIV Prevention, including HIV screening, linkage to care, treatment as prevention and PEP/PrEP.
Harvey Makadon, MD—Clinical Professor of Medicine at Harvard University
- Describe best practices for sexual orientation and gender identity (SO/GI) data collection, including implementation strategies
Lodging Information: (MPHCA does not have a group rate or block. The following are near by hotels)
For more information contact Dr. Sonja Fuqua, Director of Clinical Quality, MPHCA at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (601) 981-1817