amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research

Education and AIDS Training

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TREAT Asia regularly hosts workshops and develops and distributes educational materials to provide clinicians and community advocates with the knowledge they need to better address the epidemic within their own country contexts. These have included trainings to improve pediatric HIV treatment literacy among community advocates, peer educators, and healthcare providers; a workshop series on increasing awareness about hepatitis C and HIV among PWID; animated videos, flip charts, and booklets designed to inform both clinicians and patients about treating HIV and hepatitis C co-infection; and a policy brief and video series on HIV-positive women’s reproductive rights.

The pediatric program also addresses children’s and adolescents’ broader psychosocial needs by educating them, their families, and their physicians about the multidimensional aspects of growing up with HIV.

Featured Articles

New Videos Combating HIV Stigma Are Broadcast Across Thailand

AIDS LIFE and TREAT Asia Team Up to Fight Pediatric HIV in Asia

TREAT Asia’s New Program to Help Build Regional Youth HIV Advocacy Capacity

TREAT Asia Videos on Women’s Reproductive Rights

Improving Reproductive Health Among HIV-Positive Adolescents

Training Community Leaders to Improve HIV Support for Children

TREAT Asia Launches a New Hepatitis C Training Series for Clinicians

Fact Sheet: WHO Guidelines for the Screening, Care, and Treatment of Persons with Hepatitis C Infection

Educational Materials on Human Papillomavirus

Educational Materials on Hepatitis C Co-infection

TREAT Asia Launches a New Hepatitis C Education Campaign and Screening and Treatment Study

Policy Brief: Hepatitis C and HIV – Addressing the Dual Epidemic

A New Celebrity-Focused HIV Campaign Hits Indonesia

Supporting the Psychosocial Needs of HIV-Positive Children and Adolescents

Implementing the “Test and Treat” Approach in Thailand

Using Mobile Phone Technology to Improve Treatment

Workshops on ART Failure, Lipodystrophy, and Treatment as Prevention Planned for 2012

New Website Reaches Out to MSM in Thailand

Mastering the Art of Pediatric HIV Treatment