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KAETC Programs

These individualized, “targeted” programs include (but are not limited to) discussions about the basic science and epidemiology of HIV/AIDS, updates on antiretroviral treatment and adverse drug reactions, the need for routine testing, changes in testing, etc., and a hands-on demonstration of the new rapid testing process. Secondary aspects of TOEP are to distribute the newest educational materials and resources on the various aspects of HIV infection, and to conduct an ongoing statewide educational needs assessment.

TOEP programs may be done in a variety of ways, the most popular being a 1 or 2 hour formal presentation. Continuing education credits are provided for most participants, and the program is FREE.

The Kansas AIDS Education and Training Center offers a number of services and programs
dealing with HIV and AIDS. If you would like to receive additional information, please contact us at any of the above numbers.

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