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Introducing the Engagement in Care Toolkit: Resources to Employ Evidence-based Interventions

Introducing the Engagement in Care Toolkit: Resources to Employ Evidence-based Interventions

Event Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Event Type: Webinar/Online Event

AETC NRC

Description

Learn about a new toolkit, to help in planning trainings for clinicians on:

  • Engagement in HIV care.
  • Assessment of clinic readiness for engagement in care interventions (e.g., patient navigator, outreach worker, clinic-wide messaging).
  • Deciding on engagement in care intervention that are the best fit for a clinic.
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of engagement in care interventions.

The training is geared to Ryan White AETC clinician training programs. Case studies will be used to show the best practices for using this new tool. The training is being convened by the AETC Engagement in Care Workgroup.

Learn more. Read the AETC ShareSpot on Improving Engagement and Retention in Care at your Clinic: A CDC Study, which addressed the challenge of retaining patients in care in 6 large HIV urban-area clinics. The ShareSpot blog includes the links to this event and the toolkit, provided above.