Access Health LOUISIANA
The South Central AETC is very excited to launch their newest site, in partnership with Access Health Louisiana (AHL). AHL makes up the largest network of Federally Qualified Health Centers in the state, with more than 90 providers. Together they see over 41,000 individual patients each year, uniting behind a simple yet powerful mission: to improve the health of the people we serve.
The AHL AETC will continue to offer a mix of in-person and webinar-based trainings, preceptorships, and technical assistance. They will also build upon their specific areas of expertise, namely, utilizing data to target their outreach, utilizing technology to build impactful trainings, and continuing to focus on the Social Determinants of Health.
Social determinants are aspects such as poverty, illiteracy, homelessness, and high rates of incarceration, factors which not only challenge an individual’s access to essential healthcare needs, but which combine to create consistent levels of stress and increased incidents of trauma. These have been shown consistently in modern research, in and of themselves, to create significant inequity in health outcomes, and are particularly relevant to the practice of effective HIV Medicine.
Please reach out to discuss any of your HIV training needs. We would be more than happy to help.
HIV Care Training
Routine HIV Testing Implementation
Early HIV Diagnosis and Counseling
Medication Adherence and Follow-up
Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PreP)
Robin Reddix MPH, MS
Robin completed her Bachelor’s degree in Biology at Xavier University of Louisiana in 2013. After completing her degree, she pursued a Master’s of Public Health at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. During this time, she developed a deep passion for raising awareness of public health concerns within her community, especially focusing on underserved populations. Following completion of her MPH this passion led her to pursue a Master’s of Biomedical Science at William Carey University, which she completed in 2017. Along with being a lifelong-learner, in her spare time, Robin enjoys painting and volunteering.