Sexually Transmitted Infections | HIV/AIDS

  • Instructor: Dr James Gigliello

Description

9m - 3pm EST via Live Webinar

From someone who lived through the AIDS Crisis.

Attendees will be enabled to :

  1. Describe the basics of HIV.
  2. Describe the etiology of HIV.
  3. Identify the global trends in HIV transmission.
  4. Describe intervention strategies.
  5. Recognize the issues among specific groups.
  6. Identify methods of prevention.
  7. Identify challenges resulting from HIV stigma.
  8. Process a case study.
  9. Summarize the statistics for age, gender, race/ethnicity and other demographics regarding prevalence of the various STIs.
  10. Describe cause, incidence and transmission, symptoms and complications, and treatment for both bacterial and viral STIs.
  11. Identify the clinical issues relevant for psychotherapy regarding STIs.
  12. Utilize appropriate interview techniques for taking a sexual history.
  13. Incorporate STI education into clinical practice.

Requirements

Others:

Workshop Contents will only be available after successful registration.

Price

Plan Name Price
This workshop: $ 159.00

Instructor

Dr James Gigliello

Dr James Gigliello graduated with his PH.D. from Northcentral University in Psychology specializing in Gender Diversity. Afterwards he received a certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy for the LGBTQ communities. He has been an activist/advocate for those with HIV for the past 35+ years. He marched with Larry Kramer in Act-Up, attended many meetings and webinars on HIV, sits on several advisory boards addressing stigma, issues of care and medication adherence. James has seen the ravages of AIDS and the loss of over 100 friends. He recently completed a Virtual Academy from Harvard Medical School on Leadership. Currently he teaches online undergrad Psychology courses at St Joseph’s College.

Courses by this instructor

Name Level Release Date
Sexually Transmitted Infections | HIV/AIDS 07/28/2020

9m - 3pm EST via Live Webinar

From someone who lived through the AIDS Crisis.

Attendees will be enabled to :

  1. Describe the basics of HIV.
  2. Describe the etiology of HIV.
  3. Identify the global trends in HIV transmission.
  4. Describe intervention strategies.
  5. Recognize the issues among specific groups.
  6. Identify methods of prevention.
  7. Identify challenges resulting from HIV stigma.
  8. Process a case study.
  9. Summarize the statistics for age, gender, race/ethnicity and other demographics regarding prevalence of the various STIs.
  10. Describe cause, incidence and transmission, symptoms and complications, and treatment for both bacterial and viral STIs.
  11. Identify the clinical issues relevant for psychotherapy regarding STIs.
  12. Utilize appropriate interview techniques for taking a sexual history.
  13. Incorporate STI education into clinical practice.

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