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KC team : a toolkit for training and supporting community writers to speak their world on HIV and TB

BARRY, Niamh
et al
2009

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This is a comprehensive guide to plan, implement and evaluate a successful Key Correspondents (KC) training workshop. This workshop is designed to bring together journalism skills and advocacy goals for all participants. KCs who complete this workshop will be able to share their perspectives and experience with civil society and mainstream audiences to influence the discourse around HIV and TB. This toolkit is separated into two key documents: the Key Correspondent Training Workshop Manual and the Key Correspondent Quick Reference Guide - a set of handouts

Treating HIV & AIDS : a training toolkit

SMART, Theo
ALCORN, Keith
2004

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This training toolkit is designed to provide basic training on HIV treatment and care for health care workers in resource-limited settings, to support the safe and effective introduction of antiretroviral therapy

HIV/AIDS care and treatment : a clinical course for people caring for people living with HIV/AIDS [participant manual]

IMPLEMENTING AIDS PREVENTION AND CARE PROJECT (IMPACT)
2004

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The "HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment Participant Guide" presents new knowledge and skills for delivering and organising clinical care and treatment services for people living with HIV/AIDS. The course is divided into 7 modules covering HIV prevention and care issues; managing patients with HIV related diseases; managing women and children with HIV; antiretroviral therapy; supporting people with HIV/AIDS; managing patients on antiretroviral treatment; and TB, women, children and post-exposure prophylaxis. A facilitator's guide accompanies this manual

HIV/AIDS care and treatment : a clinical course for people caring for people living with HIV/AIDS [facilitator's guide]

IMPLEMENTING AIDS PREVENTION AND CARE PROJECT (IMPACT)
2004

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The "HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment Participant Guide" presents new knowledge and skills for delivering and organising clinical care and treatment services for people living with HIV/AIDS. The course is divided into 7 modules covering HIV prevention and care issues; managing poatients with HIV related diseases; managing women and children with HIV; antiretroviral therapy; supporting people with HIV/AIDS; managing patients on antiretroviral treatment; and TB, women, children and post-exposure prophylaxis. A participant manual accompanies this manual

TB-Educate

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TB-Educate provides subscribers the opportunity to ask questions, share comments, and exchange information with other subscribers about tuberculosis education and training issues (TB-Educate is not meant to be a forum to answer medical/clinical questions). TB EDucate is open to anyone who has an interest in these topics. Subscribers have the option of receiving immediate delivery of each message, or once-daily delivery of a digest containing all messages posted in a 24-hour period. The Division of Tuberculosis Elimination (DTBE) of the Centers sponsors the TB-EDucate listserv for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the CDC National Prevention Information Network (CDC NPIN)

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