This online independent study module (HIV/AIDS for Washington Healthcare Professionals) meets the State of Washington’s requirement for mandatory HIV/AIDS training requirement for the licensed and non-licensed healthcare professionals. This online training module has been developed to provide a review of the causes and incidence of HIV/AIDS in Washington and the United States, managing possible co-infections of HIV, tests for HIV, modes of transmission for HIV, clinical management of HIV/AIDS, recognizing HIV/AIDS-associated psycho social issues, and Washington AIDS Omnibus Law.
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to learn:
Etiology and Epidemiology of HIV
- Reported AIDS cases in the United States and Washington State
- Risk populations/behaviors
Transmission and Infection Control
- Transmission of HIV
- Infection Control Precautions
- Factors affecting risk for transmission
- Risks for transmission to health care worker
Testing and Counseling
- HIV test information
- Pre-test counseling
- Post-test counseling
Clinical Manifestations and Treatment
- Clinical manifestations of HIV infection
- Case management
- Physical care
- Psychosocial care
- Home care
Legal and Ethical issues
- Confidentiality as defined in the AIDS omnibus bill (RCW and WAC)
- Informed consent
- Legal reporting requirements
- Ethical issues
- Civil rights
- Personal impact of HIV continuum
- The human response to death and dying
- Issues for care providers
- Family issues
- Special populations
Contact Hours: 7 Hours
Target Audience: Meets Mandatory HIV/AIDS Education Requirements for All Health Professionals
Approved By: Washington State Department of Health
Mandatory For: Washington
Note: This course fulfills Washington State Department Health Mandated AIDS Training Requirement for All Healthcare Professionals. Some licensing board do/don’t count this mandatory requirement towards required CE hours for license renewal, please check with your licensing board to use mandatory hours to be counted for CE requirements.
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Washington AIDS Education and Training Attestation Requirement:
The State of Washington has a legal requirement that certain identified workers have training related to HIV AIDS. Please visit WDOH HIV/AIDS Training For Licensure – Healthcare Professional Credentialing Requirements webpage to find HIV/AIDS education requirements specific to your profession including how many hours are required.
You can find your application and HIV/AIDS education requirement by doing the following steps:
Find your profession you want information about and click on the link.
Look to the right of the page to find the Profession Links box. You will find an Applications/Forms link in this box. If you do not find the box at the right of the page, it means that page is still under construction. In that case, you will find your application at the far left of the page in the directory.
Select your application, and look through it to find the AIDS Education and Training Attestation section. This describes your AIDS education requirements specific to your selected profession including how many hours are required.