PHOENIX, AZ — On Thursday, July 29, 2021, the Arizona Alliance for Community Health Centers or AACHC is holding a webinar titled "PrEP for HIV Prevention." This webinar is a collaboration with Pacific AIDS Education & Training Center or Pacific AETC-Arizona. The webinar will be from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
This event is part of the coalition to provide a series of training for health providers that need to learn more about HIV care and prevention in Community Health Centers. In this fourth session of the series, the speakers will explain the basics of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis or PrEP, updates to HIV UDS reporting measures, and practices for PrEP initiation and management in Community Health Centers.
The participants need to register online at https://paetc.caspio.com/dp/050e7000d4225b95007644a188eb?ER_ID=20013989 to get the link for the webinar. For information, contact email@example.com or (520) 626-7635.
The AACHC is the Primary Care Association for the State of Arizona. It is aimed for the expansion of the Health Center Program and advocating the health care interests of everyone that is medically underserved and uninsured. The headquarters are located at 700 East Jefferson Street, Suite 100, Phoenix, Arizona.
AACHC provides many programs to assist its member and other disadvantaged residents, including centralizing financial information and educational opportunities for members, such as webinars.
Pacific AETC is a member of a national AIDS Education and Training Center network that consists of eight regional and two national centers including all fifty U.S. states and U.S. Territories and Jurisdictions. Pacific AETC aims to enlarge the number and ability of healthcare professionals in the Pacific regions to provide high-quality HIV-related services.
The headquarters are located at the University of California San Fransisco, 550 16th Street, Third Floor, San Fransisco, California. Visit its official website at https://paetc.org/.
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