Self-Assessment for Administrators on Trauma Informed Care

This one hour webinar will help agency leadership and supervisors assess the extent to which their agency's services are "trauma informed". Agencies that deliver services in a trauma informed manner recognize the wide-spread impact of trauma on lients and adopt an agency-wide approach to ensuring client safety in the physical space and in all interactions with staff.

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:
  • Begin the process of assessing their agency for trauma informed care
  • Review the domains of an assessment for trauma informed care
  • Identify common features of agencies that are trauma informed
  • Begin the planning process for adopting a system-wide approach to delivering trauma informed care

  • AUDIENCE: All administrators (directors, clinical directors, etc.) and staff members who work with people living with HIV/STIs/HCV and are interested in trauma informed care

    Introduction to Harm Reduction and HIV/STI/HCV Sexual Risk Behavior

    This webinar is for HIV/STI/HCV providers and covers the basic philosophy and practices of HIV/STI/HCV harm reduction with regards to sexual risk behavior.

    By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
  • Define harm reduction as it is used in HIV/STI/HCV prevention
  • Identify at least one feeling they have about using a harm reduction approach
  • List at least two elements of the harm reduction model
  • List at least three risk reduction techniques on a risk reduction hierarchy for sexual behavior, including Sero-sorting, strategic positioning, Viral load calculating, PrEP, and PEP
  • Define sorting with regards to HIV risk and harm reduction
  • Define strategic positioning with regards to HIV risk and harm reduction
  • Describe viral load calculating with regards to HIV risk and harm reduction
  • Define PrEP and PEP with regards to HIV risk and harm reduction
  • Identify at least one feeling they have about negotiated safety techniques for sexual risk reduction

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    Oral Health and HIV

    This one hour webinar will explore the latest HIV clinical guidelines with an emphasis on the specific knowledge that non-clinical providers should have, and the actions they can undertake, to support positive health outcomes for clients. This webinar will feature an engaging discussion with a leading physician John M. Conry, Pharm.D., CPS, AAHIVP who served on the NYSDOH AIDS Institute Clinical Guidelines Committee that developed the clinical guideline.

    After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:
  • Discuss the specific guideline and information that no-clinical providers should know to help improve daily work, and identify the actions that a provider can undertake to support their clients' positive health outcomes

  • AUDIENCE: Non-physician health and human services providers including case managers, care managers, patient navigators, outreach workers, and others

    Theory & Practice of MI - Practicing OARS - Mastering the CORE Skills of Motivational Interviewing

    This webinar training will review MI Spirit, the four Processes of MI and provide practice opportunities to enhance mastery of the CORE skills of Motivational Interviewing.

    Save a Life

    Learn how to respond to an overdose emergency
    Get Naloxone Now is an online resource to train people to respond effectively to an opioid-associated overdose emergency. Get Naloxone Now advocates for widespread access to overdose education and training in how to administer naloxone, the life-saving antidote for opioid-associated overdose. Get Naloxone Now seeks to increase the number of lives saved by bystanders and first responders (police officers, firefighters and EMTs). Find out how you can contribute to reducing overdose deaths by accessing our online training module.