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Diagnosis, Care, and Management of Persons with HIV/AIDS

An Annual Five Day Course
Diagnosis, Care, and Management of Persons with HIV/AIDS

Overview

Pennsylvania/Mid Atlantic AIDS Education and Training CenterA one-week "state of the science" course, presented through a collaborative partnership with the Pennsylvania/Mid-Atlantic AIDS Education Training Center, providing evidence-based clinical management strategies and prevention techniques for HIV/AIDS.

Interprofessional presentations and discussions focus on the biology, epidemiology, and impact of HIV/AIDS, with content including diagnostic testing and management of opportunistic infections, chronic health conditions, and comorbidities resulting from HIV and its treatment.

The program is held annually in January. 

  • Who Should Attend

    Nurses and other healthcare professionals working with HIV/AIDS patients and those considering such a role.

  • What You Will Receive

    Participants attending this course in Diagnosis, Care, and Management of Persons with HIV/AIDS will learn how to:

    • Apply knowledge from the sciences and humanities to the diagnosis, evaluation, and management of persons with HIV/AIDS
    • Discuss evidence-based strategies for managing co-morbid infectious and non-infectious illnesses to achieve appropriate patient-centered outcomes
  • Credit

    Course may be taken for academic or continuing nurse education (CNE) credit for a total of 33 contact hours.

    Certificate is awarded to all non-credit participants upon satisfactory course completion.

    CNE activity was approved by the Maryland Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

  • Lead Faculty

  • Clinical Immersion Program

    This unique program provides an opportunity to refine your expertise in a selected area of clinical nursing.  Your program may range from 1-6 weeks, and includes specialty classes, observation in clinical areas, and opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration.  You will leave this experience with leading-edge information to use in advancing your career or apply the best practices of Johns Hopkins to patient care at your own institution .

    The Clinical Immersion Program is managed by the Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing. Contact them directly to learn more about this non-credit clinical experience.

    The Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing

    Phone (443) 287-4745 or through e-mail

Course Registration

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Location

JHU School of Nursing
525 N. Wolfe Street,
Baltimore, MD 21205

Directions

Course Dates

January 5-9. 2015

Contact Information

Professional Programs
learn@jhu.edu

Course Tuition & Fees

Non-Credit
$900

CNE certificate awarded upon completion.

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