Thursday, September 27th 2018
Provider Professional Development
September 27, 2018, 8:30 AM to 4 PM
Comprehensive HIV Testing, Counseling, and Linkage Training
MAO Learning Center, 2530 Fisk Road, Montgomery, Alabama
6 Contact Hours for Social Workers and Counselors
Medical Advocacy & Outreach (MAO) and Alabama AETC are thrilled to invite you to expand your knowledge through this next web-based training event from SE AETC.
$10 Per Person
This dynamic professional development experience from Medical Advocacy & Outreach’s Division of Capacity Building, Department of Professional Development, and the Alabama AIDS Education Training Center (Alabama AETC) offers 6 contact hours for social workers and counselor. Partial credit will NOT be offered. To Receive continuing education credit for your attendance you must be present for the duration of the activity committed.
Topics to be covered:
- Risk Assessment
- Motivational Interviewing
- Pre- and Post-test Counseling
- Stigma Reduction
- Sexual Wellness, and
- Life After Diagnosis.
- Neice Danzey, Manager, Department of Community Education, MAO
- Elana M. Parker Merriweather, Ed.S., AADC, LPC, NCC , Director of Behavioral Health, MAO
- Alexandria Andersen, MPA , Manager, Department of Professional Development, MAO
- Monté Hammon , Community Engagement Specialist, MAO
- K.C. Vick, MPH , Director of Capacity Building, MAO
- Lesly McIntyre , Peer Mentor, MAO
This program will be replicated in multiple South Alabama locations on select dates. Participants must select their preferred location and date.
Medical Advocacy and Outreach (MAO) is an approved NBCC Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6882, and an approved Continuing Education Provider with the Alabama Board of Social Worker Examiners, Provider No. 0134.
Alabama AETC and Medical Advocacy & Outreach (MAO)
Questions? Call (334) 288-8091 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
In person / LIVE
The SE AETC is part of a nationwide network of 8 regional AETCs founded in 1987 by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA) to train healthcare providers and disseminate rapidly changing information about HIV/AIDS.