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Training in HIV Psychiatry 

Training in HIV Psychiatry
Training in HIV Psychiatry

David M. Stoff

, Mary Ann Cohen

, Marshall Forstein

, Anna L. Dickerman

, and Daena L. Petersen

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date: 13 July 2020

HIV education and training can improve HIV treatment and prevention services, improve HIV-related education, and increase the number of clinicians and investigators working with persons at risk for and living with HIV/AIDS. This chapter presents a biopsychosocial, integrated model of HIV/AIDS education for psychiatry trainees, relevant curriculum and content areas of HIV/AIDS education, and related areas, such as teaching treatment approaches and implementation of training curricula. HIV education is enriched through a balanced approach that emphasizes the importance of diversity training as well as research training. National Institutes of Health (NIH) research training and career development opportunities are highlighted, as are diversity issues in HIV psychiatry for the training of a diverse research workforce.

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