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Certificate of HIV/AIDS Prevention Proficiency (CHAPP)
The Certificate of HIV/AIDS Prevention Proficiency (CHAPP) course covers detail regarding HIV/AIDS awareness and the wide variety of strategies and programs designed to address infection prevention requirements.
In this era of increasingly effective treatments for HIV, people are living longer, healthier, and more productive lives. Deaths from HIV infection and AIDS have greatly declined since the 90s. As the number of people living with the condition grows, it is more important than ever to increase national awareness and prevention education as part of a comprehensive initiative.
* Define HIV/AIDS
* Understand the Importance of HIV/AIDS Awareness
* Understand the Etiology and Epidemiology of HIV
* Describe Transmission and Infection Prevention of HIV
* Discuss Testing and Counseling
* Explain Current AIDS/HIV Treatment and Prescribing Program
* Review Legal and Ethical Issues
* Discuss Psychosocial Issues
* Understand the Present and Future – Positive Steps and Results
AVERAGE STUDY TIME: 4-7 hours
AUDIENCE: This program is intended as a professional development course of study for providers, practice managers, consultants, medical staff, students in healthcare programs, HealthIT pro's and others addressing medical site administration.
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ACCREDITATION: This course is approved by WASHINGTON STATE and is fully accredited for continuing education, National NCPD/CME and credential renewal for Physicians/PAs, Nurses/RNs/LPNs, CHCIOs, CAHIMs and CPHIMs managers. Click relevant CE button below for credit information.
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