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  • 1.HIV Office for Psychology Education Program
    The HOPE Program enhances psychologists' ability to competently and compassionately respond to people infected and affected by HIV by training and certifying more than 450 regional program volunteer trainers to deliver interactive workshops based on APA-approved curricula, for more than 28,000 mental health providers in their geographic area since 1991.
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  • 2.Courses Produced by the HOPE Program Now Offered by the APA Online Academy
    The HIV Office for Psychology Education (HOPE) has released a new online continuing education course, Drug Use and HIV Disease.
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  • 3.Programs in the Office on AIDS
    Programs offered by the Office on AIDS, including the Behavioral and Social Science Volunteer (BSSV) Program, the End-of-Life Issues and Care Program, the HIV Office for Psychology Education (HOPE) Program, the Cyber Mentors Program and the HIV Community Day Program.
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  • 4.Strategies for Including HIV/AIDS in Graduate Coursework
    This guide identifies strategies for adding HIV/AIDS materials to psychology graduate courses, seminars, or training experiences. It also includes a section on experiential and didactic methods for classroom use with students.
    Web Page (July 2011)
  • 5.Office on AIDS
    Information on HIV and AIDS-related training and volunteer opportunities, policy and advocacy, research, HIV integrated care, the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and other resources related to APA's Office on AIDS.
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  • 6.Prevention Issues for Mental Health Providers: Module 5 HOPE Resource Package
    HIV stigma, transmission risk behaviors and determinants of risk, steps on how to effectively complete a risk assessment and developing a risk reduction plan, special considerations needed when working with diverse populations, and more.
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  • 7.Assessment Issues and Strategies: Module 3 HOPE Resource Package
    Biomedical issues associated with HIV treatment, including neuropsychological disorders, somatic syndromes, and issues with adherence are approached, psychological issues faced by HIV infected individuals including both epidemiological detail and illness specific information, issues like stigma, discrimination, and disclosure, and psychosocial issues like social, environmental, and more.
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  • 8.HIV and Families: Module 6 HOPE Resource Package
    Challenges of parenting for families affected by HIV are explained, intervention strategies when working with family members, and/or family are introduced, with links for further information, issues of disclosing status to family members, facilitating the discussion with children, permanency planning, dealing with multiple loss, grief, and the developmental aspects of dying.
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  • 9.Contact the Office on AIDS
    Biographies, websites and email addresses for David J. Martin, PhD, ABPP; Edna Davis-Brown, MPH, David P. DeVito, MPA, Cherie D. Mitchell, MHS, and Danielle Pope. A general postal address, phone number and email address for the American Psychological Association's Office on AIDS is also featured.
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  • 10.2012 Annual Report for the Ad Hoc Committee on Psychology and AIDS
    In 2012, the committee performed a variety of consultative functions including policy and advocacy activities related to HIV/AIDS, resolutions on biomedical and behavioral approaches to HIV prevention and counseling in HIV testing programs and other projects.
    Web Page (January 2012)
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