Many developing nations and low-income communities are faced by both a large number of citizens with HIV infection and very limited resources with which to respond. HIV management in such settings demands a unique skill set. The purpose of this course is to prepare healthcare professionals to lead effective low-resource HIV prevention and intervention. Included is content addressing prevention of mother-to-child transmission, management of pediatric HIV infection, and treatment of opportunistic infections. This course requires about six hours to complete. Participants have up to 180 days to complete this course. Requesting an extension of the course (over the 180 days) requires re-payment.
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