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Please join the AIDS Education and Training Centers of LSU Health (South Central) and the University of Mississippi Medical Center (South East) along with the National LGBT Center for Health at Fenway as we provide this collaborative event.
This is a 1-day event working towards the primary goal of the AETCs, which is to improve the treatment, management, diagnosis, and counseling for persons living with HIV by:
Removing barriers to primary care services to ensure equitable access to care for historically under-served minority populations, in this case persons who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and/or Queer (LGBTQ).
Reducing HIV-related morbidity and mortality by enhancing the clinical skills of providers to prevent, screen and treat person who are at risk for or living with HIV/AIDS who identify as LGBTQ through customized, multi-disciplinary training, and
Working with multidisciplinary care teams in hospitals, community-based organizations, health departments, mental health and addiction treatment facilities and other healthcare organizations such as those funded through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program or serving historically under-served minority populations to assure culturally appropriate quality HIV prevention and treatment services.
Target audience: physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, advanced practice nurses, registered nurses, licensed nurses, social workers, and all interested health professionals that impact the care of the LGBTQ patients are invited.
For additional information, please call the MS AETC Office at 601.984.5542 or Ms. D. Pierce at 504.568.5646.