Prioritizing Mental Health in Trauma Settings is an educational activity designed to provide clinicians an overview of current evidence-based strategies to mitigate the effects of mental health conditions during trauma situations. The activity was originally launched in 2021 to educate clinicians affiliated with county health departments in the United States about trauma-based mental health services, with a secondary goal of sharing ways in which to communicate with people living with HIV using language that recognizes the emotional impact of trauma situations, notably during the COVID-19 pandemic.
While the original one-year timeframe for offering CME/CE credits has expired, the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC) deems the activity an important public health intervention. As a public health service, IAPAC thus had the activity’s curriculum updated and is making the activity widely available to many more clinicians and allied health professionals beyond those who were initially the activity’s target audience. We wish to acknowledge support from Gilead Sciences that made the original launch possible, with a note that Gilead Sciences had no input into the curriculum or faculty selection.
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