AIDS Education and Training Centers Telehealth Training Centers
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Federal Grant Title:
AIDS EDUCATION AND TRAINING CENTERS TELEHEALTH TRAINING CENTERS
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Additional Information on Eligibility
Eligible organizations are public and nonprofit private entities, schools and academic health science centers, including faith-based or community-based organizations. Applicants may be either a rural or urban entity that will prioritize services provided through a telehealth program to rural clinics and/or providers. Applicants must have extensive experience in the field of HIV disease and disease management, and program administration and monitoring. Applications that fail to show such experience will not be considered. In addition, the applicants should be computer, web, social media, and internet savvy with expertise in technology, information sharing, and dissemination.
The goal of the AETC Telehealth Training Centers Program (TTCP) is to expand access to and improve healthcare and health outcomes for underserved, hard-to-reach, HIV-positive persons in medical care residing in rural areas. The efforts of the TTCP will enhance the capacity of health care providers engaged in HIV/AIDS health care delivery systems within a region or State through the utilization of telehealth technology for: 1) Clinical consultation which may include the use of case presentations and patient co-management (though it is not intended to supplant patient referral to an expert when needed); 2) Other education and training modalities that result in a continuum of longitudinal learning opportunities for trainees; and 3) Development of an informed support system for trainees.