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Course Delivery Method and Format: Asynchronous Distance Learning Text-based
Section 1: Introduction A. About This Course B. Learning Objectives C. OSHA Requirement Section 2: HIV/AIDS Overview A. Meet Mary B. What is HIV? What is AIDS? C. HIV Progression D. AIDS Progression E. Mary: What Went Wrong? F. Review G. Summary Section 3: How is HIV transmitted? A. Fluids of Transmission B. Transmission of HIV C. How HIV Is NOT Transmitted D. Standard Precautions E. Additional Precautions F. Post-exposure Prophylaxis G. Prevention Overview H. Prevention Strategies: Protection during Sex I. Prevention Strategies: Using a Male Condom J. Prevention Strategies: Using a Female Condom K. Prevention Strategies: Barriers during Oral Sex L. Prevention Strategies: Choice of Sexual Partners M. Review N. Summary Section 4: HIV Patterns A. HIV Across the globe B. How Common Are HIV and AIDS in the United States? C. HIV Patterns D. Age E. Gender and Sexual Behaviors F. Multiple partners G. Intravenous Drug Users H. Race and Ethnicity I. Perception J. Knowledge Is Power K. How Many People Are Infected and Do Not Know It? L. What Should You Do if Exposed to the Virus? M. Review N. Summary Section 5: Testing A. Who Should Get Tested? B. Types of Tests C. Confirming and Diagnosing Tests D. Interpreting Results E. Where Can Someone Get an HIV Test? F. Home Tests G. Confidentiality H. Reporting Requirements I. Confidentiality J. Post-Test Counseling K. Review L. Summary Section 6: Living With HIV/AIDS A. Treatment B. Stigma and Prejudice C. Review D. Meet Jeff E. Living With and Managing HIV F. Starting Out Healthy G. Stemming Weight Loss: Bring on the Calories! H. Stay Hydrated I. Keep Food Invaders Out J. What about Sex? K. More about Sex L. HIV+ and Finances M. Review N. Summary Section 7: Conclusion A. Course Summary B. Resources C. References
Dr. Lugo, a family nurse practitioner and public health expert, has provided care to thousands of individuals and families. She has developed community based HIV testing programs, community health worker programs, and programs for people with AIDS. She has shared her expertise through university teaching, workplace health coaching, and numerous peer-reviewed publications. Disclosure: Nancy Lugo, DrPH, APRN has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.