Training

Alabama Department of Public Health

Improving Access to HIV/AIDS Care in the Rural South: Alleviating Structural Barriers Using Telemedicine
On Demand Program
Broadcast Date: July 23, 2013
(2 hours)


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Handouts/Resources

Handouts (7 pages)
Southern AIDS Coalition

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Online Evaluation (1 page)

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Program Overview

In the South, two thirds of HIV+ individuals live in rural areas and often face many socio-economic barriers that prevent them from receiving proper care. A new initiative, The Access to Care Initiative: Telemedicine (AC:T), aims to change that. Program faculty will discuss this new technology and provide insight from the point-of-view of the organizational director, physician, and project manager.

For more information, view the conference flyer.

Target Audience

Health care providers treating individuals with HIV/AIDS along with administrators and clinicians interested in implementing a telemedicine program

Contact Hours
None for this program

Contact for Technical Assistance
Call 334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN.

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