HIV-AIDS Prevention and Treatment for People with Substance Use Disorders – 10 Hours
Based on two publications, Prevention and Treatment of HIV Among People Living with Substance Use and/or Mental Disorders, and HIV-AIDS Prevention and Risk Reduction for Drug Users, participants will review research findings and literature related to the issue of HIV among people with mental illness and/or SUD, examines best practices, and identifies challenges and strategies for implementation. Participants will also increase their familiarization with a scientifically tested model of community-based outreach to reduce the risk of HIV and other blood-borne infections in drug users.
- Issue Brief
- What Research Tells Us
- Guidance for Selecting and Implementing Evidence-based Practices
- Examples of Effective Programs and Strategies
- Resources for Evaluation and Quality Improvement
- Overview of NIDA’s Community Based Outreach Model
- Logistics of the Model
- CommunityBased Outreach: Accessing and Engaging those At Risk
- Personal Risk Assessment and Strategies for Risk Reduction
- Reinforcement and Support of RiskReduction Efforts
- Logistical Concerns
- Training and Supervision
Course Ordering Instructions
Regular/free shipping is sent at book rate and takes approximately 5 to 7 days for delivery.
Orders placed after 3:00 p.m. will be shipped the following business day.
E-mail worksheets option
For your convenience, worksheets for this course are available electronically in Microsoft Word.*
*Please Note: When choosing the e-mail option, it will be sent to your e-mail address within the business day it is ordered because worksheets are personalized for security reasons, it is not an immediate download.
We DO NOT offer technical support.