HIV/AIDS EDUCATION FOR UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS
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HIV/AIDS EDUCATION FOR UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS

  • 03/28/2019

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    The HIV/AIDS Educational Experience for Undergraduate Nursing Students is a structural intervention designed to prepare undergraduate nursing students to care for persons with HIV (PWH). The educational experience is a 6-week undergraduate course which utilizes speakers who are HIV experts to enhance HIV-related knowledge and attitudes. The experts include healthcare professionals (e.g., HIV case manager, a pharmacist specializing in HIV medications, a registered nurse working in an HIV clinic, and an HIV r esearch nurse) and PWH (e.g., African American male living with HIV for nearly 30 years, and a transgender female living with HIV for 19 years). Healthcare professionals provide information on caring for PWH, issues related to HIV care engagement and antir etroviral therapy (ART) adherence, ART interactions and resistance, and current research in HIV. Speakers with HIV discuss how HIV care has changed over the years and share their personal experiences of living with HIV, including disclosure of their HIV status, and explain how their status affects friendships, employment and relationships. The educational experience also includes a screening of the film “And the Band Played On” as an introduction to the early years of HIV.
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