We believe learning occurs best when information is presented in an interactive and participatory fashion that respects the knowledge and experiences of our trainers and our participants.
We believe we have much to gain from the experience and knowledge of our participants. The comments, suggestions, and lived experience our participants share during training make our trainers better facilitators and help to refine and improve the content of our courses.
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Below are examples of some of the trainings we have given.
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The highly rated 3-Day STD Intensive Course includes an STD didactic review, hands-on practicum rotations, case management discussions and lab demonstrations. Each course is limited to 5 participants and courses often fill up months in advance, so applicants are urged to register early.Read More
This 6-hour training (divided into 1 hour weekly or 2-hour weekly sessions) increases participants' knowledge of the impact of medical mistrust, intersectionality, and implicit bias on provider-patient interactions. This training provides participants with strategies, skills, and tools to improve their patient interactions and avoid racist language and behaviors.Read More
This course will present knowledge and techniques necessary for the proper collection, examination and reporting of vaginal wet preps. Participants will have the opportunity to enhance their microscopic skills and examine specimens containing Trichomonas, yeast, "clue" cells, red and white blood cells.Read More
This workshop is designed to build knowledge and skills for clinical staff to utilize Motivational Interviewing (MI) as a communication style that supports behavior change. In this didactic and practice-based workshop, participants will learn about the history and evidence for MI in clinical practice, and practice using MI skills to support individual change regardless of personal and environmental barriers.Read More
This workshop is designed to increase awareness while building knowledge and skills for teams to provide culturally responsive services and care. The primary goal of the workshop is to reduce stigma for clients with HIV, improve quality of care, and increase engagement of clients from diverse backgrounds.Read More