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ARCHIVED WEBINAR: The Psychological Implications of COVID-19 on PeopleofColor living with HIV/AIDs

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Jun 30, 2022
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The Northeast/Caribbean AIDS Education and Training Center in collaboration with Columbia University's Behavioral Health Program is the host of this webinar.

Topic: The Psychological Implications of COVID-19 on People of Color living with HIV/AIDS 

Speaker: Cynthia Raines, PhD

Learning Objectives: 

· Describe the mental, emotional, and behavioral impact of COVID-19 on People of Color (including special considerations for People with HIV).

· Discuss how the pandemic exposed racial and ethnic disparities in accessing behavioral health care.

· Discuss strategies we can use to help our patients discuss, identify, and effectively manage their mental health during the pandemic and beyond.

This program will be of interest to physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, pharmacists, social workers, case managers, and mental health practitioners. Other disciplines are also welcome to attend.