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Corrections

15th HIV Care in the Correctional Setting Conference

15th HIV CARE IN THE CORRECTIONAL SETTING CONFERENCE

Saturday, March 5, 2022

Via-Zoom

Featuring:

2022 HIV Update

STI Treatment Guidelines Update

Medications for Opioid Use Disorders

Humanizing Correctional Healthcare

Speakers:
Hillary Liss, MD

Clinical Associate Professor, University of Washington
Medical Director, Mountain West AETC

Christopher Poulos, JD
Director of Person-Centered Services,
WA State Department of Corrections

Lara Strick, MD, MSc
Infectious Disease Physician, WA State Department of Corrections
Clinic Associate Professor, University of Washington
Program Corrections Director, Mountain West AETC

Catherine Smith, DO
WA State Department of Corrections 

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Goal
Goal

The MWAETC is dedicated to the training needs of health care providers in the correctional setting. Our program offers a variety of training opportunities specific to correctional staff members:

  • Didactic seminars and lectures
  • On-line video trainings
  • Preceptorship program for medical providers
  • Clinical consultation
  • Technical assistance

Please contact Lara Strick for more information.

Corrections Preceptorship
Corrections Preceptorship

This two-day educational program is a prison-based preceptorship for health care providers working in corrections. Preceptees will observe and work with an HIV expert preceptor in a Washington State prison for one day and then spend one day in a large urban HIV clinic. Preceptorships will be designed to meet the specific needs of individual trainees based on their current level of experience and practice settings. Preceptors will focus on the care and treatment patients with HIV infection within the context of a comprehensive, continuum of care model.  A combination of didactic and experiential instruction will include: HIV risk assessment, HIV testing strategies, diagnosis of primary HIV and opportunistic infections, therapeutic interventions (i.e., drug treatment regimens including managing side effects, salvage therapies, and adherence strategies), release planning, treatment as prevention, and confidentiality. Instruction will also include strategies for effectively addressing patients' psychosocial needs related to mental health and substance use disorders.  Preceptees will observe at least four workups with patients being treated for HIV infection.

Continuing education credits are available as well.

For more information please see our Corrections Preceptorship page.

Corrections Resources
Corrections Resources

The following is a collection of resources on a broad range of HIV-related topics specific to working with individuals in the corrections setting who are infected with HIV or are at risk for the acquisition or transmission of HIV.