Course details / Pediatric HIV[e]Education

About this course

The treatment and care of children living with HIV/AIDS can be complex and challenging. This course offers complete information on a broad range of topics related to the care of children living with HIV/AIDS in Africa. This program is the product of a close collaboration with PENTA Foundation's Tr@inforPedHIV. All of the modules and clinical cases have been written by renowned experts with extensive experience in the treatment and care of children living with HIV/AIDS.

Who is this course for?

Medical doctors and pediatricians

What you will learn

The course consists of nine modules covering topics such as the diagnosis and staging of HIV infection in children; pediatric antiretroviral therapy (ART) in Africa; drug-drug interactions; resistance to antiretrovirals; prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV; management of co-infections; disclosure; and peer and psychosocial support. The course will support you when treating and caring for children living with HIV.

What you get

Join the course and you will receive:

  • A personal account to access the e-learning platform
  • Lifelong access to the course
  • Modules written by renowned experts
  • Additional information in guidelines, references, videos and figures
  • Interactive test questions and exams
  • Test score overview
  • Support via an e-tutor
  • A certificate

How it works

Your mentor

The following mentor will support you during your self-study period:

Alyanne Boon

Alyanne Boon
Project manager

Maternal and child health Infectious diseases

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Subject Pediatric HIV
Target group Medical doctors and pediatricians
Commitment 13.5 hours
Number of modules 14
Languages English
Price (in Euros) Contact Health[e]Foundation for more details

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