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1 2015 Provider Education & Professional Development Infectious Diseases Prevention & Services Training Catalog AIDS Education & Training Center Institute of Human Virology University of Maryland, School of Medicine

2 2015 Infectious Diseases Prevention & Services Training Catalog Provider Education & Professional Development Meeting Your Educational Needs These courses are designed to enhance the skills of those working to promote the prevention of HIV transmission. Each class serves to build knowledge of prevention for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Topics include risk assessments, HIV testing, prevention counseling techniques, harm reduction, communications skills, adult viral hepatitis, tuberculosis (TB) and HIV care and treatment. Our goal is to improve services to our clients and people living with HIV/AIDS by strengthening the capacity of our community partners. Accreditation Statement The University of Maryland, Institute of Human Virology, AIDS Education & Training Center (IHV AETC) is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Maryland Nurses Association (MNA), an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation (MNA Code#PU ). The University of Maryland School of Medicine is authorized by the Board of Social Work Examiners as a sponsor of Category I continuing education programs for social workers. Faculty Disclosure It is the policy of the University of Maryland School of Medicine to ensure balance, independence, objectivity and scientific rigor in all of its educational activities. In accordance with the policy of the University of Maryland School of Medicine, faculty are asked to disclose all relevant financial relationships. American(S) with Disabilities Act: If you require special accommodations to attend or participate in these activities, please provide information about your requirements to the program coordinator at or call TTY/Voice at least five business days in advance of the activity. Beyond the Classroom: Ongoing Support The Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, Prevention and Health Promotion Administration, Infectious Disease Bureau (PHPA/IDB) offers several other educational and training opportunities throughout the year, such as Training of Trainers. Requests for training should be made by phoning the Infectious Disease Bureau at The IHV AETC is an HIV training and resource center, providing services to the entire State of Maryland, including: clinical consultations, preceptorships and custom designed trainings to fit the needs of providers in a variety of settings. Through education and support the IHV AETC is committed to improving the quality of HIV/AIDS care and improving patient outcomes for persons with HIV. For information on our free preceptorship program contact umaryland.edu. For more information about all the programs we offer visit Sponsors Maryland Department of Health & Mental Hygiene, Prevention and Health Promotion Administration (PHPA), Infectious Disease Bureau (IDB) AIDS Education & Training Center Institute of Human Virology University of Maryland, School of Medicine STD/HIV Prevention Training Center at Johns Hopkins Pennsylvania MidAtlantic AIDS Education and Training Center Infectious Diseases Prevention training & SERVICES catalog

3 General Information General Class Information All class times are 8:30am - 4:30pm. For each training day there will be a one hour lunch break (lunch is on your own) and two ten minute breaks. Come prepared with a pen and paper, in addition to personal items like bottled water and a sweater. Please allow adequate time for traffic and other delays. Plan to arrive 15 minutes early for registration check-in. On-Site registration is not provided for any course. Participants must pre-register and pay prior to each scheduled course. Registration Fees Registration fees for each class include a certificate of attendance. See individual class descriptions for registration costs and discount availability. The IHV AETC currently accepts checks and money orders made payable to University of Maryland. Nursing/Social Work CEUs Nursing and social work continuing education credits are offered for an additional fee of $25/day. One day classes offer 6 credits and 2-day classes offer 12 credits. The Level I Course (all components) offer 24 credits. Please note that credit will not be given for partial attendance. Total number of CEUs per class are subject to change according to changes in the program agenda. Award of CEUs is dependant on meeting the requirements listed below Courses At-A-Glance HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 & Registration Form pg. 3-4 Other Course Descriptions & Registration Form pg. 5-6 February 17, 18, 19 HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 Board of Childcare 24 Psychosocial: Adult Focus Episcopal Diocese of MD March 10, 11, 12 HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 (Balt. STD) Episcopal Diocese of MD 17, 18 Suspending Sexual Judgment Board of Childcare April 21, 22, 23 HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 Board of Childcare 29, 30 MADAP 101 University of Maryland Midtown Campus May 5, 6, 7 HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 Severna Park Community Ctr. June 5 Ask-Screen-Intervene Episcopal Diocese of Maryland 17, 18 HIV & Faith TBD 23, 24, 25 HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 University of Shady Grove July 14, 15, 16 HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 Episcopal Diocese of MD 22, 23 HIV Case Management Board of Childcare 28, 29 HIV Clinical Update Episcopal Diocese of MD August 6, 7 Advanced Counseling Skills Board of Childcare September 28, 29, 30 HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 (Balt. STD) Episcopal Diocese of MD OctobeR 8, 9 MADAP 101 Board of Childcare 20, 21, 22 HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 Howard County (TBA) HIV, STIs, Viral Hepatitis & TB Prevention Board of Childcare November 6 Psychosocial: Youth Focus Episcopal Diocese of MD 17, 18, 19 HIV Counseling Skills Level 1 HEAT Center Award of Certificates & Completion Requirements Attendance certificates and RN/SW CEU certificates are mailed after each class after verifying participants have met the following criteria: 1. Sign in at the beginning and end of each day; 2. Attend the entire program; 3. Complete the entire evaluation form; 4. Pay all fees; 5. Pass post-course evaluation test (Level 1 only). Please list accurate and mailing address on registration forms. Certificate reprints are $5.00 per certificate. Please submit a written request with a check made out to University of Maryland. Cancellation Policy Fees are non-refundable. If you need to cancel a registration, contact the course coordinator at least 24 hours in advance and paid fees will be credited toward enrollment in future courses. Failure to cancel a registration within 24 hrs of a scheduled class will result in the loss of paid fees. The IHV AETC reserves the right to cancel any program because of insufficient enrollment or for other administrative reasons. Paid participants will be given a course credit. locations Board of Childcare 3300 Gaither Road Baltimore, MD Episcopal Diocese of Maryland 4 East University Parkway Baltimore, MD Higher Education Conference Ctr. (HEAT) 1201 Technology Drive Aberdeen, MD Severna Park Community Center 623 Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard Severna Park, MD University of Maryland Midtown Campus 827 Linden Avenue Baltimore, MD University of Maryland at Shady Grove 9630 Gudelsky Drive Rockville, MD

4 HIV Counseling & Testing Skills Level 1 This program uses two different training methodologies: 1. E-Learning (Online training) 2. Three days of Face-to-Face Experiential Training Completion of all components of this course is required for counselors working at HIV testing sites supported by PHPA and the Baltimore City Health Department. e-learning component This online training will review basic information about: HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis and other infectious diseases; harm reduction; federal reporting requirements; use of the HIV Testing Encounter Form; Maryland HIV testing regulations and legal issues; Partner Services; and linkage to care. This component must be completed at least 14 days prior to attending the 3 day face-to-face experiential training. Proof of successful completion of the e-learning component will be transmitted electronically to the registrar prior to the face-to-face training. Anyone arriving at the training site who has not completed the online component, will be asked to leave and may register again. Three days of face-to-face experiential training Days 1 & 2 of the face-to-face component: Preparation for providing HIV counseling as a part of the Prevention and Health Promotion Administration (PHPA) and Baltimore City Health Department (HD) publicly-supported HIV Testing Program. Covers principles of effective counseling and their application to HIV counseling, including giving test results and supporting behavior change. Day 3 of the face-to-face component: Rapid HIV antibody testing. Includes skills needed for administering and interpreting the rapid test, specific counseling approaches for giving rapid results; and quality assurance measures. Target Audience This course is specifically designed for persons who will provide pre and post-test counseling and who will report HIV testing activity to PHPA and the Baltimore City HD. Priority admission is given to HIV counselors in local health departments, federally funded test sites and state institutions that provide HIV prevention and post-test counseling. For individuals doing testing in other settings, priority registration is given to those working in drug treatment centers, correctional facilities, women s health clinics, mental health facilities and TB clinics. Pass/Fail Policy In order to ensure quality HIV counseling and testing services, the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene s PHPA has instituted an HIV Counseling and Testing Skills Level 1 pass/fail policy. This policy states that an individual MUST pass the Level 1 with an overall grade of at least 70%. Participants scoring below 70% will be required to retake the course and pay all relevant fees. Please direct any questions to your PHPA or Baltimore City HD HIV Testing Site Monitor. Counselor numbers will only be issued to those who have completed and passed all components of the HIV Counseling Skills training. Completion of the e-learning component (online training) is required at least 14 days prior to attending the 3 day face-to-face component. Participant confirmation and web-link for online training will be sent via . February Board of Childcare, Baltimore County Coordinator: Nancy Davis, *March Episcopal Diocese of MD, Baltimore City (Balt. STD Region III) Fax: April Board of Childcare, Baltimore County Mailing Address for payment: University of Maryland May 5-7 Severna Park Community Ctr., Anne Arundel County 22 S. Greene St., Box 175, Baltimore, MD June UMD at Shady Grove, Prince George s County July Episcopal Diocese of MD, Baltimore City *September (Balt. STD Region III) Episcopal Diocese of MD, Baltimore City October Howard County November HEAT Center, Harford County Class Times: 8:30am - 4:30pm each day *Coordinator: Jeanne Hoover, Fax: Mailing Address for payment: 1515 W. North Ave., 2nd Fl., Baltimore, MD Infectious Diseases Prevention training & SERVICES catalog

5 2015 HIV Counseling & Testing Skills Level 1 Registration Form Fees Registration Fee: $105/$40 for HIV Testing Sites Supported by PHPA and the Baltimore City Health Department CEU Fee: Add $100 for RN/SW CEUs Registration fee includes a certificate of attendance. Nursing/Social Work continuing education credits are offered for an additional cost. Requirements for successful completion and award of attendance certificates and RN/SW CEU certificates are listed on page 2. Registration 1. Please print clearly & verify that all information is accurate. 2. Fax registration to the appropriate course coordinator listed on the opposite page. 3. Participant confirmations and web-link for online training will be sent to the address listed below. Name/Degree (*Required for registration confirmation) Title/Position Phone Mailing Address Fax City State/Zip Employer PHPA Supported Prevention Agency # I am interested in receiving Nursing/Social work CEUs (for an additional cost of $100) 1st Date Requested 2nd Date Requested Are you going to provide pre and post-test counseling? YES NO (Please circle) Are you going to use the PHPA HIV Testing Encounter Form or BCHD Intake Form? YES NO (Please circle) I authorize the above participant to attend the HIV Counseling & Testing Skills Level 1 training. The participant has been/ will be performing counseling & testing functions. He/she understands that completion of the online training at least 14 days prior to the start of the face-to-face training, as well as attendance at three full days of in-person training, is required for full credit. Counselor numbers will only be issued to those who have completed and passed all components of the HIV Counseling Skills training. I have read the Level 1 pass/fail policy and reviewed this with the course applicant. Supervisor Signature: Phone: Date: Please arrive 15 minutes early on Day 1 (one) for registration check-in. provider education & professional development 4

6 Class Descriptions: All Class times 8:30am - 4:30pm ASK-SCREEN-INTERVENE June 5 Episcopal Diocese of Maryland Registration Fee: $40 (Add $25 for RN/SW CEUs) This interactive workshop was developed by the National Network of STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers in conjunction with the AIDS Education Training Centers, the National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD), regional family planning training programs and local and state health departments. It focuses on how providers can affect the spread of HIV by asking about sexual and injection drug behaviors, screening for both clinical and behavioral risk factors, and intervening by making the appropriate referrals for additional services like partner notification and substance abuse treatment. This workshop will focus on clinical and behavioral strategies for reducing transmission of HIV among clients living with HIV. This workshop targets clinical staff providing direct clinical treatment and is also useful for non-medical providers of prevention services. HIV Advanced Counseling Skills August 6-7, 2015 Board of Childcare Registration Fee: $70; $30 for HIV Testing Sites Supported by PHPA (Add $50 for RN/SW CEUs) This two day program is designed as a follow-up to the HIV Counseling & Testing Skills Level 1 course. Skills to support riskreduction and to equip clients to live well with HIV are reviewed and refreshed. Special attention is given to the importance of addressing substance use with clients in HIV prevention counseling. Topics include: emotional adjustment to HIV diagnosis; effects of commonly used substances on HIV risk behaviors; the process of addiction, and the nature of sex/drug-linked behavior. Techniques for addressing these issues will be practiced as participants work together to strategize approaches to their own, real-life challenging clinical situations. Prerequisite: HIV Counseling & Testing Skills Level 1, or a minimum of two years HIV-related counseling experience with approval of supervisor and course faculty. HIV Case Management July Board of Childcare Registration Fee: $70 (Add $50 for RN/SW CEUs) This two day workshop will provide new and experienced case managers with knowledge and skills necessary to provide comprehensive case management services. Topics will include case finding and case load management, developing a relationship with boundaries, HIV clinical issues for case managers and case closure. Practical skills building will focus on assessment and documentation skills building, development of a care plan with realistic and attainable goals, and the referral process. HIV Clinical Update July Episcopal Diocese of Maryland Registration Fee: $70 (Add $50 for RN/SW CEUs) This two day workshop will focus on the most current local and national statistics and treatment opportunities relating to persons with HIV disease and AIDS. Discussions will focus on co-morbidities and related environmental conditions that impact the spread of HIV infection. This workshop is critical for program directors, planners, evaluators and others needing to understand the current level of disease in the community coupled with the need to project what communities are most likely to be impacted in the future. HIV and Faith-Based Communities Conference June TBA No Registration Fee The All Faith Communities Advancing HIV/AIDS Prevention (AFCAAP) workshop in 2015 will seek to build the capacity of faith leaders to identify, select and implement HIV activities in their places of worship and surrounding communities. The conference sessions will be conducted in a manner that speaks to the cultural and relational needs of persons in faith leadership and those they serve. The conference will also work with faith leaders to appropriately discuss and disseminate information about HIV, STIs, TB and Hepatitis and provide access to local resources where members and the community can receive testing, treatment and care services. The inclusion of hands-on planning activities, work group demonstrations and teach-backs will all serve to make the conference highly interactive and a fast-paced learning experience. HIV, STIs, Viral Hepatitis and TB Prevention October Board of Childcare Registration Fee: $70; $30 for HIV Testing Sites Supported by PHPA (Add $50 for RN/SW CEUs) This two day course is designed to help participants convey information and prevention messages about these infections clearly and accurately to individual clients and groups. We will look first at the basics of HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), tuberculosis (TB) and adult viral hepatitis, including the modes of transmission and the basic classes of HIV antiretrovirals. It will answer questions like, What do STIs have to do with HIV transmission?, How does HCV co-infection impact persons living with HIV? and What is TB s global impact on persons living with HIV? The second day will focus on building participant prevention and health promotion skills on how to present educational information on HIV and other infectious diseases. MADAP 101 & Entitlements April University of Maryland Midtown Campus October 8-9 Board of Childcare Fee: $70 (Add $50 for RN/SW CEUs) The purpose of this two day training is to give case managers and others who provide client services: an overview of pharmaceutical assistance programs in Maryland; an in-depth review of the programs and processes within MADAP; instruction on how to best complete and submit MADAP applications; an in-depth discussion on the coordination of MADAP benefits with Medicare and other insurance; a review of upcoming changes associated with Health Care Reform and an opportunity to share information and best practices. Psycho-Social Issues & Adherence February 24 Episcopal Diocese of Maryland (Adult Focus) November 6 Episcopal Diocese of Maryland (Youth Focus) Fee: $40 (Add $25 for RN/SW CEUs) Persons living with HIV/AIDS face a number of social, psychological and biological stresses on an ongoing basis. This is important for providers to have an understanding and sensitivity to those issues when providing care. This one-day workshop will examine the major bio-psychosocial effects of HIV infection, in addition to the importance of adherence to HIV therapy. This course is designed for Infectious Diseases Prevention training & SERVICES catalog

7 (Continued) new case managers and individuals involved in general HIV care giving. The February class will be focused on adults and the November class will be focused on youth. Suspending Sexual Judgment March Board of Childcare Registration Fee: $70; $30 for HIV Testing Sites Supported by PHPA (Add $50 for RN/SW CEUs) In this 2-day course, participants develop greater understanding of their own responses to sexual issues, examine the process of psycho-sexual development and functioning (with an emphasis on how substance use impacts sexual behavior, physiology and HIV risk), and identify challenges to addressing sexuality in the context of recovery work. Participants will also practice approaches to interactions which will facilitate comfort and communication for both counselor and client. Please print clearly and fax to Name/Degree (*Required for registration confirmation) Phone Mailing Address City Employer PHPA Supported Prevention Agency # To receive applicable discounts Title/Position 2015 Course Registration Fax: I am interested in receiving Nursing/Social work CEUs Date Course State/Zip Registration Fee RN/SW CEU Fee Feb 24 Psycho-Social Issues - Adult Focus $40 $25 $ Mar Suspending Sexual Judgment $70/$30 $50 $ April MADAP 101 & Entitlements $70 $50 $ June 5 Ask-Screen-Intervene $40 $25 $ June HIV & Faith Based Communities $0 N/A $ July HIV Case Management $70 $50 $ July HIV Clinical Update $70 $50 $ Aug 6-7 Advanced Counseling Skills $70/$30 $50 $ Oct 8-9 MADAP 101 & Entitlements $70 $50 $ Oct HIV, STIs, Viral Hepatitis and TB Prevention $70/30 $50 $ Nov 6 Psycho-Social Issues - Youth Focus $40 $25 $ Total Due Fax completed registrations to Follow the payment instructions listed below and mail payment with a copy of your registration. Registration Confirmations Registration confirmations are sent via . Additionally, course reminders with important information/updates are ed one week prior to each class. If you have registered for a course and have not received an confirmation or course information a week prior to the class, please contact the course coordinator. There is no registration at the door/on-site. Registration Fees & Payment Registration fees for each class include a certificate of attendance. The cost for a nursing/social work CEU certificate is an additional fee. See individual class descriptions for registration costs and discount availability. Payment The IHV AETC currently accepts checks and money orders made payable to University of Maryland. Credit cards are not accepted at this time. Please include a copy of the registration form or class confirmation with payment. Please do not send cash. Mail payments to: University of Maryland Institute of Human Virology AETC 22 S. Greene Street, Box 175 Baltimore, Maryland Discounts Discounted fees are extended to PHPA Supported Prevention Agencies. Contact Nancy Davis ( ) to have the correct discount applied to your confirmation invoice prior to sending payment. Contact Nancy Davis, provider education & professional development 6

8 Institute of Human Virology AIDS Education & Training Center 22 S. Greene Street, Box 175 Baltimore, Maryland locations Board of Childcare 3300 Gaither Road Baltimore, MD Episcopal Diocese of Maryland 4 East University Parkway Baltimore, MD Higher Education Conference Ctr. (HEAT) 1201 Technology Drive Aberdeen, MD Severna Park Community Center 623 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. Severna Park, MD University of Maryland Midtown Campus 827 Linden Avenue Baltimore, MD University of Maryland at Shady Grove 9630 Gudelsky Drive Rockville, MD sponsors

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