On September 27, 2013, the National LGBT Health Education Center hosted a summit of 15 experts to discuss the most innovative and evidence-based HIV prevention strategies and how to implement these strategies into clinical practice. The summit brought together leaders in HIV prevention research, education, policy, and community engagement to share interventions, professional experiences, and research findings, and to debate next best steps to ending the epidemic among the vulnerable populations of gay and bisexual men and transgender women.
Based on the findings from this summit, we have developed a multi-media educational course that includes the White Paper: Best Practices in HIV Prevention: Translating Innovation into Action, with accompanying videos and slides from the summit. All materials can be viewed for free and can be viewed separately or together.
Clinicians wishing to obtain CME/CEU credit must first read the entire White Paper (slides and videos are recommended, but optional) and then register and complete an evaluation. (Click here for more information about the CME/CEU credit we offer through the American Academy of Family Physicians.) For this course, up to 4.0 CME/CEU credits may be claimed, commensurate to the time it takes to complete the course. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To claim CME/CEU credit for your time, click here.
Harvey J Makadon, MD, Director, the National LGBT Health Education Center
Darrell Wheeler, PhD, MPH, Loyola University Chicago
Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH, Ann & Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago
Sari Reisner, ScD, The Fenway Institute
Cynthia Gomez, PhD, Health Equity Institute
Donna Futterman, MD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Kenneth Mayer, MD, The Fenway Institute
Rich Wolitski, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Ronald Stall, PhD, MPH, University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health
Patrick Sullivan, PhD, Emory University
To claim your CME/CEU credit, click here.