In partnership with the MN Department of Human Services,
Health Management Associates invites you to register and
join us for a no-cost four-part webinar series, The Intersection
of HIV and SUD: Enhancing the Care Continuum with Evidence-Based Practices.
Substance use disorder is frequently diagnosed among
people with HIV and increases risk for acquiring HIV infection.
Each year approximately 300 people are diagnosed with HIV
in Minnesota. Individuals with substance use challenges face
many social barriers including misperceptions, judgment, and
stigma. These experiences can also occur in the process of
seeking treatment including access to culturally responsive
services. It is the aim of these presentations to provide
community members, social workers, counselors, clinicians,
and administrators with enhanced awareness, knowledge,
and skills toward the elimination of health inequities and
improved patient experience of care.
This series is eligible for both CEUs and CMEs
- These activities have been approved for CEUs by the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy for 3 hours of credit for LADCs and LPC/LPCCs (total of 12 hours if all four sessions are fully attended)
- These activities have been approved for CMEs by the American Academy of Family Physicians for 3 hours of credit (total of 12 hours if all four sessions are fully attended)