HIV Treatments: Current and New Modalities

Presenter: Dr. Oneyema Ogbuagu, Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of HIV Clinical Trials in the Yale AIDS Program, tells us about new developments in HIV treatment and prevention.

After listening to this podcast, you will be able to:

  1. Describe how different HIV medication classes function to suppress viral replication.
  2. Describe current HIV treatment medications.
  3. Discuss newer HIV treatment regimens.

This podcast is open to all public listeners.

Trauma-Informed Care for Healthcare Providers

Presenter: Marlene Moranino, MPA, BSN, RN, Senior Director of Clinical Programs. Community Health Center Association of Connecticut

After listening to this podcast, you will be able to:

  1. Define trauma and the principles of a trauma-informed approach.
  2. Recognize the signs of trauma and the impact of adverse childhood events on trauma and health outcomes.
  3. Apply trauma-informed principles to improve care.

This podcast is open to all public listeners.

PrEP Your Step

Presenter> Dr. Tamara Taggart

After listening to this podcast, you will be able to:

  1. Explain the role of social determinants of health in the utilization of PrEP.
  2. Appreciate the importance of neighborhood factors and social environments in HIV-related health disparities.
  3. Recognize that messaging aimed at ending the HIV epidemic can be improved by collaborating with target audiences.

This podcast is open to all public listeners.

Stigma, HIV, and SUD

Presenter: Dr. Valerie Earnshaw

After this learning session, attendees will be able to:

  1. Define stigma and describe how stigma impacts health outcomes in the context of HIV, SUD, and other chronic diseases.
  2. Summarize research findings on associations between stigma prevention and treatment outcomes within the contexts of HIV and SUD.
  3. Identify intervention tools to reduce stigma and enhance resilience to stigma.

This podcast is open to all public listeners.