|The health crisis of HIV/AIDS is increasing in our Indian Communities while many may believe it is declining due to new medication available. Recent data shows the infection rate increasing in minority populations, women, injection users and adolescents. To learn more about current statistics and upcoming conferences check out the web site for National Native American AIDS
To increase HIV/AIDS knowledge and skill in HIV testing and counseling and occupational exposure.
To increase the number of clinic staff trained to do HIV risk assessment testing and counseling as measured by increasing HIV ELISA tests ordered at the four targeted clinics of the CRIHB.
To provide nurses and other clinic staff with the knowledge, skill and resources needed to manage occupational exposures through a technical assistance session that will include HIV policy and procedure writing that can be used by the clinic.
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