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Explore our upcoming events and program updates

Adolescent Sexual Health Symposium

 
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm EST
 

"The New York City STD Prevention Training Center (NYC PTC) seeks to reduce health disparities among the NYC metro area adolescent population by increasing provider awareness about sexual health, including substance use; reproductive health; biomedical HIV prevention; mental health; social marketing; and strategies to provide comprehensive care to LGBTQ patients. 

This free symposium is designed for clinical providers such as physicians, physician assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners who provide direct care to adolescent patients. 

View the current agenda here.  (Final Agenda will be emailed to participants closer to the course date)
 

Save the Date: HIV Primary Care Conference

 
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm EST
 

NECA AETC is pleased to announce that we are planning an HIV Primary Care Conference in the Bronx for both clinical and non-clinical providers. The conference will be held from 9am-4pm at Fordham University's McGinley Center located on the Rose Hill Campus at 441 East Fordham Road. CME & CEU credits available. 

Topics include: 

  • Ending the Epidemic
  • ART Guidelines & U=U 
  • Assessing & treating mental health issues for primary care physicians
  • Strategies for improving HIV prevention 

... and more! Additional information coming soon.

    Culturally Appropriate Engagement and Service Delivery with Latino/as to Enhance Linkage and Retention to HIV Primary Care

     

    Free CEUs available!

    Based on a HRSA/HAB Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS)-funded study, project leaders from NYC Health + Hospitals and the NYU Silver School of Social Work provide a framework for improving client outcomes and share a Transnational Case Study about working with clients of Puerto Rican descent. This webinar is now accredited by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for continuing education credits for physicians, nurses, Certified Health Educators, and other health and social service professionals (including CME, CNE, CHEC, and CEU credits).

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