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 AETC’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
Tel: (404) 756-1395
Fax: (404) 756-1328
Georgia AIDS Education & Training Center
Attn: Sean J. McIntosh
Morehouse School of Medicine
Department of Medicine
720 Westview Drive
Atlanta, GA 30310