East Bay Getting to Zero
Categories:
Clinical Guides, HIV treatment, Linkage, Rapid ART, Retention
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  1. AETC’s HIV Web Study modules with free CME/CNEs: We recommend choosing the modules that fit the staff role and skills needed and then creating and following a schedule to complete the chosen modules over the next 6-12 months. 
  2. Pacific AETC’s HIV Learning Network (HIVLN) bimonthly CME/CEU program and other trainings.
  3. East Bay Getting to Zero  for contacts, local workshops, protocols and references
  4. Alameda Care Connect trainings on primary care skills such as public benefits 101, motivational interviewing, trauma-informed care, harm reduction, conflict management and de-escalation. See calendar here. Sign up here for training alerts.
  5. Joining the Bay Area AETC and East Bay Getting to Zero (EBGTZ) email lists to find out about upcoming local trainings and events.
  6. CDC’s Stop HIV Stigma website: videos and stories from people living with HIV.
  7. DHHS’s HIV ART guidelines as a reference/digital HIV clinical text book.
  8. East Bay HIV strategy and community protocols on HIV essentials, rapid ART, PrEP, PEP
  9. Mentoring and/or preceptorships at your clinical site with remote communication with additional HIV staff/providers and the UCSF warmline for HIV/PrEP clinical cases and questions.
  10. For clinicians/RNs/pharmacists: