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Upcoming Training Opportunities

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Online modules related to DIS services can be accessed anytime by visiting this website and selecting tracks A-D. Please note this is for accessing online modules only.

Browse all of the available Online Modules

Audience: Veteran Partner Services Providers wanting refresher training, or those interested primarily in the Disease Concepts content (formerly known as CDC’s Employee Development Guide (EDG))

To Register: Register as a new user at www.learnpartnerservices.org, and select the Browse option.

 

STD Update

Flyer to come soon with presentation and sign up information

Where: Hotel 43

Time: 8am-5pm

Cost: $100 registration fee - lunch onsite

Title: HIV and HCV Update: Corrections to Community

Trainer:  Lara Strick, MD

Date: May 27, 2015

City, State: Meridian, ID

Start time:  8:00 a.m.

Contact person: Judy Thorne (208) 373-1710

              Target audience: Idaho Dept. of Corrections, Corizon Health and other interested providers

Passport to Partner Services will take place in Twin Falls, Idaho, September 16-18, 2015. DIS, clinical, CBO and epidemiology staff are welcome to attend.

Cost: $0

Contact: Diana Gardner @ gardnerd@dhw.idaho.gov

Website: http://nnptc.org/resources/passport-to-partner-services/

 

 

Title of Event:  Fundamentals of Waived Rapid Testing

Trainer:  Judy Thorne

Date:  June 12 , 2015

City, State:  Pocatello, ID

Start time:   9:00 a.m.

Contact person/Phone:   Judy Thorne (208) 373-1710

Target Audience:  Pocatello Family Medicine, Genesis Project, All Under One Roof, others per request

 

Webinars

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As part of the STD Prevention Science Series, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, along with the American Sexually Transmitted Diseases Association, is hosting a free, live webinar, Public Health in a Hostile Environment: Racial Inequality and STD/HIV in the US on June 4, 2015 from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET. It will discuss the impact of racial inequality and social determinants on the process of designing interventions and performing research. The webinar features Dr. Adimora, Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Adimora's work has helped characterize the epidemiology of heterosexual HIV transmission among African Americans, highlighted the role of sexual network patterns in the spread of HIV, and underscored the importance of macroeconomic and social forces in racial disparities in the US HIV epidemic. The conference number is PW3370580 and the participant passcode is 7466758.
www.KnowHepatitis.org provides distance learning programs for front line workers in Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and clinics. The program is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

To access e-learning opportunities click here