Serving the Educational Needs of HIV/AIDS Healthcare Providers in Georgia
The Georgia AIDS Education and Training Center (GA AETC) provides custom-designed training and technical assistance to support, motivate, and educate healthcare clinicians, enabling them to provide quality HIV care.
We inspire providers to:
- Improve the HIV Care Continuum
- Increase patient retention in care
- Produce positive patient outcomes
- Promote networking and capacity
Mesfin Fransua, M.D.
Harold G. Stringer, Jr., M.D.
Sean J. McIntosh, M.P.H.
The AETCâ€™s goal is to build the capacity of clinicians throughout their careers to care for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Skill-building opportunities are available for pre-novice, novice and experienced providers. By increasing the HIV clinical competency of providers, outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum will improve with a greater number of patients diagnosed, engaged in care, on antiretroviral medications and virally suppressed.
- Advanced Practice Nurses
- Medical Assistants
- Physician Assistants
- Oral Health Professionals
- Mental Health Counselors
- Ryan White Funded Providers
- Social Service Providers and Case Managers
- Medical Students
- Preceptorships and Clinical Observation with HIV Specialists
- Clinical Skill-Building Workshops
- Individual and Group Case Discussions
- Clinical Consultations
- Journal Clubs
- Webinars and Video Conferences
- Small Group Interactive Sessions
- Customized Programs
Please fill out the training request form to request capacity building and technical assistance support from Georgia AIDS Education & Training Center. A representative from GA AETC will contact you ASAP to discuss availability and details regarding your request.
Tel: (404) 756-1395
Fax: (404) 756-1328
Georgia AIDS Education & Training Center
Attn: Sean J. McIntosh
Department of Medicine
720 Westview Drive
Atlanta, GA 30310