Module Tag: IP Communication

16. Health Workforce Challenges and HIV Care Delivery

The goal of this module is for learners to recognize human resource challenges faced in delivering high quality care, at both clinical and systems levels, and to gain an awareness of ensuring the necessary skills to deliver high quality HIV care. This is exemplified through the vignette of a health care professional with absenteeism due…
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10. End of Life Care in a Patient with HIV

The goal of this session is to introduce learners to practice breaking bad news and to provide compassionate, person-centered, team-based care for patients with HIV with severe life-threatening diseases. This session will focus on use of reflective practice and will explore the ethical dimensions in providing care to someone at the end of life, with…
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8. Management of Sepsis in a Person with HIV

The goal of this session is to introduce learners to the provision of team-based care for a patient newly diagnosed with HIV who is admitted to the hospital with bacterial sepsis.

7. Care of the Patient with HIV and Cryptococcal Meningitis

The goal of this session is to prepare learners to provide team-based care for a patient with cryptococcal meningitis (CCM). In addition, this module will model team members of all levels speaking up and being heard, treating patients and coworkers with compassion and respect, and using evidence-based medicine and guidelines to provide high quality care.

6. Post-Exposure-Prophylaxis

The goal of this module is to prepare learners to assess and manage any colleague who presents with a potential work-related exposure to HIV. This session exemplifies health care professionals caring for each other’s physical and mental health and highlights interprofessional competencies.