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The STAR Program at SUNY DMC has been funded by the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute (NYSDOH AI)

to be the Center for Excellence for Prevention and Substance Use.

The Center for Prevention and Substance Use offers trainings for HIV primary care providers throughout
New York State in addressing prevention for HIV positive and substance using patients through increased screening,
risk assessments, and behavioral counseling. Providers learn how to use brief interventions and
motivational interviewing in addressing their patients' specific risk behaviors.

Online HIV/AIDS Continuing Medical Education

Earn CME credit at your leisure and stay abreast of HIV/AIDS clinical updates.We deliver high-quality continuing medical educational activities developed by clinicians and leading researchers in the field of HIV/AIDS. Our CME activities are all free and can be taken at any time from any Internet-connected computer.

Follow the links below to your desired CME accredited course:

Click on Presentations to view Video:

   

Treatment as Prevention with People Living with HIV

Treatment as Prevention with People Living with HIV

Treatment as Prevention for the Uninfected

Treatment as Prevention for the Uninfected

Government Policy Perspectives

Government Policy Perspectives

Research Update on Treatment as Prevention

Research Update on HIV Treatment as Prevention

Ethical and Policy Implications of HIV Treatment as Prevention

Ethical and Policy Implications of HIV Treatment as Prevention

  

Prevention with Positives: Young MSM

Overdose Prevention:

The Role of Naloxone in the Community

Non-CME

Learning Resources (multimedia content)

HIV & Sexually Transmitted Infections

**LATEST ONLINE CME COURSE**

**LATEST ONLINE CME COURSE**

Transgender Treatment in High Risk Adolescents

 

 

Check Back for other Online Topics

For more free CME accredited topics or to request a training visit the CEI website

 

The New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute's Clinical Education Initiative (CEI) is designed to meet the HIV educational needs of providers throughout New York State by:

    - Offering clinically relevant, up-to-date education and training on current topics in HIV

    - Connectiing providers to HIV educational opportunities throughout New York State

    - Responding to providers' needs for immediate assistance regarding Post Exposure Prophylaxis and general clinical  

      consultation through the PEP Line and CEI Line

    - Providing resources and educational opportunities on the web, including webcasts, podcasts, and self-assessment tools

    - Offering CME credits for participation in educational activities, both in-person and on-line

    - Assisting HIV programs in developing a training plan for their faculty and staff

    - Keeping providers connected to the latest clinical guidelines and public health initiatives

    - Collaborating with the NY/NJ AIDS Education Training Center (AETC) and other educational organizations to reach  

      providers across the state

For any other questions about The Center for Prevention and Substance please feel free to contact us directly

David Odegaard, MPH  

Director of Clinical Education 

Telephone: (718) 270-4752

E-mail: david.odegaard@downstate.edu  

Robert Walsh, BA

Assistant Program Coordinator

Telephone: (718) 270-3969

E-mail: robert.walsh@downstate.edu

SUNY Downstate Medical Center
450 Clarkson Avenue, MSC 1240
Brooklyn, NY 11203
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Fax: (718) 270-2440