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ANNOUNCING THE LAUNCH OF THE HIV/AIDS – AVATAR PROJECT

HIV / AIDS AVATAR PROJECT WEBPAGE LINK About The HIV Avatar Project was funded by the Rural South Public Health Training Center (RSPHTC). The RSPHTC is located in the College […]

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FINAL Ecology of HIV CEU Released-Complete 10 CEU Course Available

ALL TEN SESSIONS OF ECOLOGY and HIV/AIDS in the RURAL SOUTH HAVE NOW BEEN RELEASED!  PARTICIPATE IN THIS 10 SESSION, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PRODUCED CEU SESSION TO EARN 10 CEUs! […]

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CE SESSION STILL AVAILABLE!: Eliminating Health Care Disparities for Persons with Disabilities

with.. Lisa I. Iezzoni, M.D., M.Sc. Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Member, Mongan Institute for Health Policy, Massachusetts General Hospital

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CE STILL AVAILABLE-Social Determinants of HIV-Related Health Inequities in the United States

This presentation is designed to help participants understand the key terms in health disparities research, as well as an overview of HIV in the United States.

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Ticks and Lyme Disease in the Southern United States CE – STILL AVAILABLE!

This presentation is designed to help participants differentiate between various ticks found in the southern United States, as well as the corresponding health risks associated with each.  This one hour […]

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The Rural South Public Health Training Center is a project managed by the University of Florida (UF) College of Public Health and Health Professions. The center is designed to serve medically underserved counties in Florida, especially those in rural regions of the state, by providing competency-based training for the public health workforce, enhancing public health services, and decreasing disparities in access to those services. The center will identify the needs of the workforce and residents in medically underserved areas and tailor training and services based on those needs, with a special emphasis on needs related to HIV/AIDS.