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Once you have completed a module, you will be directed back to this webpage in order to complete another.

Please review the section below entitled, "module information" for more information on these modules.

          

 

      

 

 

 

Module Information

Module 1 - Mental Health & HIV

Estimated Session Time: 60 minutes

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   Anthony Stately, PhD  

   Director, Mental & Chemical Health/EAP

   Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community  
   Prior Lake, MN

 

By the end of this self-study module, participants will be able to:

      1. Recognize the current impact of HIV and AIDS in American Indian and Alaska Native communities (AI/AN).
      2. Identify the mental health status of AI/AN communities.
      3. Define the critical mental health issues among people living with HIV/AIDS and the importance for screening and assessing mental health issues in care settings.
 

Module 2 - Diabetes & HIV

Estimated Session Time: 60 minutes

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   NIkita Patel, PharmD

   HIV Pharmacotherapy Expert

   Parkland Health & Hospital System 
   Dallas, TX

 

 

 

By the end of this self-study module, participants will be able to:

      1. Discuss risk factors for insulin resistance in HIV-infected individuals.
      2. Address hyperglycemia related to antiretroviral medications.
      3. Discuss medications available for the treatment of diabetes.
      4. Describe barriers to medication adherence.

 

Module 3 - Linkage to Care

Estimated Session Time: 60 minutes

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   Jamie Folsom, BS, MS

   Project Manager

   National Native AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC)
   Denver, CO

 

 

 

   Matt Ignacio, MSSW

   Project Manager

   National Native AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC)
   Denver, CO

 

 

 

By the end of this self-study module, participants will be able to:

      1. Explain at least one reason why linkages to care is important.
      2. Identify two challenges to engaging AI/AN patients into care.
      3. Identify two strengths-based or culturally-relevant strategies to engage AI/AN patients into care.

 

Module 4 - Traditional Healing & HIV

Estimated Session Time: 60 minutes

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   Hannabah Blue, BA

   Student: Social & Behavioral Sciecnes Master Program

   Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH)
   Boston, MA

 

 

 

   Lakota Hoksila "Robert Cross"

   Traditional Native American Healer, Ceremonial Leader, and Orator

   (Traditional Story Teller).

   Denver, CO

 

 

 

By the end of this self-study module, participants will be able to:

      1. Identify ways that traditional models in practice can be used respectfully, if serving traditional Native American clients.
      2. Identify ways to respectfully and effectively serve Native American clients living with HIV/AIDS. 
      3. Recognize ways that holistic treatment has been beneficial to clients, agencies, and HIV/AIDS treatment.
      4. Address challenges to providing traditional components of treatment.

 

 

 

                             

 

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