AIDS has truly become a global epidemic in recent years and is still in its early stages. With no vaccination or cure available, worldwide infection can be stemmed through education, prevention, and treatment. Students will learn about the human immunodeficiency virus and the AIDs condition including effective approaches for prevention and minimizing risk of infection. An excellent understanding of symptoms and stages of the infection will be gained. Effective treatments for slowing and controlling the virus for those infected is presented. An excellent course.Course Objectives:
Learn about the history of aids and its signs and symptoms.
Explain the various methods of HIV transmission.
Recognize risk factors for developing HIV.
Discuss treatments for slowing and controlling symptoms of aids.Sections:
nSection 1 – Overview and Signs and Symptoms (2 CEH)
nSection 2 – HIV Transmission Background (2 CEH)
Section 3 – Risk Factors and Current Treatments (2 CEH)
Total amount of continuing education credits 6
Course available through 26 Jan 2013