National Community Health Partners built e-learning courses to help health departments and community based organizations implement High-Impact Prevention practices, work with at-risk populations and help clients or patients achieve their goals in an ultimate effort to reduce the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in their communities, the country and the world.
NCHP is developing a growing list of E-learning courses. Currently we offer the following courses:
This training describes the structure & organization of Logic Models and promotes an understanding of how to plan, develop and create a logic model, as a tool or guide to an intervention/program. This course has three parts, a pre and post assessment, and certificate request.
This training is meant to serve as the basis from which organizations can begin to put together a Peer Support program.
The entire module is comprised of a presentation in 3 parts of varying length, a pre and post assessment, two interim quizzes, the aforementioned activity documents and a satisfaction survey.
This module is comprised of a presentation in 4 parts of varying length, a pre and post assessment, three interim quizzes, activity documents and a satisfaction survey. It is intended to help new staff make the transition from consumer to staff by providing guidance in establishing and maintaining professional boundaries for the new role.
This presentation includes a pre and post assessment. It provides the background information for understanding the steps in a Strategic Planning session. The presentation is about 20 minutes.
This module contains a pre and post assessment and covers basic topics of HIV including history, facts and myths, stigma, transmission and prevention, replication and treatment, testing, STDs and finally the National HIV AIDS Strategy and High-Impact Prevention.
This module contains a pre and post assessment and covers topics of cultural competency for the transgender population, including concepts and definitions, HIV risk root causes and impact, and trans-affirming strategies and best practices.
This module contains a presentation in four parts, a pre and post assessment, interim quizzes and an adherence exercise. The presentation covers some of the basics of HIV transmission and biomedical strategies of prevention, medication adherence, the factors that affect adherence, the Health Belief model, patient assessment, some MA strategies and best practices, and measuring adherence.
This module contains a pre and post assessment and covers biomedical strategies in use and under investigation for primary prevention of HIV.
This brief module provides an overview of Asset Mapping or Community Asset Mapping, a description, the basic process and the advantages; as well as a quick example and links to Asset Mapping resources.
The Motivational Interviewing module includes a pre and post assessment and covers the features of an MI approach to counseling, compares MI to other approaches, describes MI view of the Behavior Change process, list the core elements of MI and convey the key role of a type of active listening called OARS.
The Condom Distribution Primer is a brief module covering the essential elements of a CD program and brief examples of some successful CD programs.
Our High-Impact Prevention presentation covers the document created by the CDC outlining the principles of High-Impact HIV Prevention.
If you have questions or need additional information about any of our e-learning programs,
please call (520)795-9756 or email [email protected].