Ending the Syndemic Clinical Training
The program will offer a free 2-day in-person training to address the syndemic of interrelated disease states of sexually transmitted infections, hepatitis C virus, HIV, and substance use disorder – with follow up virtual ECHO clinics to continue learning, knowledge sharing and support. The training will provide an overview and present implementation options, and where requested, assist with implementation. The training is not only informational—technical and other support needed to put policy and practice into place is available and encouraged. CE will be provided.
Who Should Attend
Tribal leaders, decision-makers, administration, physicians, advanced practice providers, pharmacists, nurses, behavioral health specialists, nurses, chemical dependency counselors, peer support specialists, medical assistants, community health representatives, tribal community health providers or others interested in learning new skills to effectively address the syndemic.
Phoenix, AZ Area: Gila River River Resorts – Wild Horse Pass & Virtually via Zoom
**UPDATE 1/8/24 – Please note, due to an overwhelming response, the In-Person Registration has hit capacity and is NOW CLOSED. Interested individuals are welcome to still register and join Virtually via Zoom for this event**
March 12th and 13th, 2024
For more information, please contact Ashley Day at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit: https://www.indiancountryecho.org/ending-the-syndemic-clinical-training-phoenix/.