Supporting Washington State goals to End AIDS Washington, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services strategy to End the HIV Epidemic by 2030, the MWAETC Washington State HIV Prevention Detailing Program provides focused education, technical assistance, and resources for primary care providers to support their efforts to reduce newly acquired HIV infections across Washington.
The goal of our program is to reduce HIV disparities and increase PrEP uptake among members of underserved and at-risk populations. This is achieved by supporting providers via personalized one-on-one education, tools, and resources to help increase their knowledge and comfort with HIV risk assessment and screening, sexual history taking, and PrEP prescribing.
Through a series of brief 15-minute structured virtual consultations by trained clinical experts, MWAETC faculty deliver individually tailored training and technical assistance, grounded in evidence-based clinical practice, to aid providers (physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, administrators, pharmacists and other staff) in incorporating best practices in HIV Prevention into their clinical care.
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