Older Adults & HIV: Sex and Prevention Burnout Webinar
September 19, 2012 1PM (webinar)
* Older Adults & HIV: Sex and Prevention Burnout is Part IV, the last webinar of the series designed to explore critical issues about working with older adults living with HIV. The series will also provide ways to build provider knowledge, awareness and skills for addressing these issues with clients.*
This two-hour webinar is designed to provide an overview of sexual activity among older adults and the need for effective HIV and STI prevention targeting this population. Data on the sexual activity and function of older adults will be provided.
As a result of the webinar participants will:
Describe the sexual activity and sexual function of older adults;
Recall the need for prevention messages that target the older adult population;
Describe how prevention message burnout and the lack of age-appropriate messaging interferes with prevention campaigns targeting older adults; and
Identify strategies that providers use to reduces sexual risk and improve the sexual health of older adults.
Audience:Non-physician health and human services providers who work with clients/patients with HIV including case managers, social workers, client services staff and others
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