Training for sexual health and HIV gets the online treatment

By Harriet Smith at Munro and Forster, on behalf of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV ( BASHH):

A free and comprehensive online resource supporting specialist training in sexual health and HIV was launched today (22nd April) at the Second Joint Conference of BASHH with the British HIV Association.

eHIV-STI, e-Learning for Sexual Health and HIV, has been developed by the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) in partnership with the Royal College of Physicians and Department of Health e-Learning for Healthcare.  It has been designed to reflect the UK sexual health and HIV specialist medical training curriculum and is suitable for all those involved in treating and supporting people with sexually transmitted infections.

Dr Jackie Sherrard, Clinical Project Lead said, ‘With increasing numbers of healthcare professionals involved in the management of STIs, it is important that we continue to provide high quality and innovative education and training resources. eHIV-STI is one such resource that we are proud to offer. It is an essential knowledge framework written by senior clinicians and provides flexible learning to fit in with busy working schedules.’

For more information on the e-learning visit www.eHIV-STI.com or email HIV-STI.support@e-lfh.org.uk.

PRESS CONTACT DETAILS:

For further information, please contact Harriet Smith, on behalf of BASHH at Munro and Forster, harriet.smith@munroforster.com or 020 7815 3905

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