Date: March 25, 2022
HealthHIV is pleased to announce that the HIV Prevention Certified Provider (HIV PCP) program is expanded to become a Certification Program. HealthHIV’s HIV Prevention Certified Provider Certification Program™ consists of a free, online, self-paced curriculum comprised of eight free e-learning modules in HIV prevention. The program offers the following credit types: CME, MOC, NCPD, CPE, and IPCE. Upon completion, participants receive the HealthHIV HIV Prevention Certified Provider Certification™ and a listing in the national HIV PCP Directory.
The HealthHIV HIV PCP Certification™ demonstrates competency in interdisciplinary, multi-level strategies for HIV prevention. Participants who complete the certification program will have an understanding of the foundation of HIV epidemiology and policy in the United States, the provider’s role in identifying HIV risk and new cases, high impact strategies to prevent HIV through status-neutral-navigation, clinical guidelines to implement PrEP, and a framework of cultural humility that improves clients’ access to and retention in care.
The HIV PCP modules have been updated and two new modules are offered:
- Module 7: PrEP Adherence, Part 2
- Module 8: TelePrEP Services – Improving PrEP Access
All modules are accredited and participants can earn up to 8.5 credits (CME, MOC, NCPD, CPE, and IPCE) for completion of the certification.
The online self-paced curriculum, continuing education credits, and certification are free of charge. Become an HIV PCP today!
Continuing Education Credits
Up to 8.5 continuing education credits are available (CME, MOC, NCPD, CPE, and IPCE)
HIV care providers (MD, DO, NP, PA), infectious disease specialists, internists, primary care providers, nurses, pharmacists, and providers of care for patients at risk of acquiring or transmitting HIV
Access the online, self-paced curriculum at HIVPCPCertification.org
HealthHIV’s HIV PCP Certification Modules
Each of the eight modules features the latest in HIV prevention, detailing the pertinent clinical and practice information that clinicians need to effectively employ HIV prevention interventions. Modules 1-5 & 7-8 provide 1.0 continuing educations credits and Module 6 provides 1.5 credits.
The eight modules are:
- HIV Prevention: Epidemiology, Interventions, and Strategies
- HIV Testing and Assessing Risk for Short Behavioral Intervention and Referral
- Maintaining Serostatus Negative and Viral Suppression: Preventing HIV Acquisition and Transmission
- Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Clinical
- Enhancing Cultural Humility and Understanding Barriers to Care
- PrEP Adherence
- PrEP Adherence, Part 2
- Teleprep Services: Improving PrEP Access