This broadcast will discuss "Revised Recommendations for HIV Screening of Pregnant Women" -- published November 9, 2001 in CDCs Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) Recommendations and Reports series. The agenda includes the key recommendations, revisions from previous guidelines, implementation issues, resources and recommended reading. Viewers may fax in questions before and during the broadcast.
At the completion of the broadcast, participants should expect to be able to:
- describe key points in "Revised Recommendations for HIV Screening of Pregnant Women,"
- identify major revisions from CDCs previous recommendations on preventing perinatal transmission of HIV,
- identify special populations at high risk for perinatal transmission of HIV and who may be less likely to receive antenatal testing (e.g. adolescents, women who have been incarcerated, and rural antenatal populations),
- discuss strategies to bridge gaps and barriers in prevention services for pregnant women including in obstetrical practices,
- discuss consumer (client) recommendations for implementing the recommendations, and
- identify resources for preventing perinatal transmission of HIV.
Health care providers and HIV/STD prevention staff in health departments, community organizations/planning, HIV prevention counseling, education, testing and administration as well as other persons in contact with women of child-bearing age regarding any health matters such as prenatal care, primary care, and substance abuse.
Invited Presenters or Panelists Include
- Mary Glenn Fowler, MD, MPH, Chief, Maternal and Child Transmission, Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, National Center for HIV, STD and TB Prevention, CDC
- Martha F. Rogers, MD, Senior Scientist, Center for Child Well-being, Task Force for Child Survival, Decatur, Georgia
- Magda G. Peck, ScD, CEO/Executive Director, CityMatCH, Univ. of Nebraska Medical Center Department of Pediatrics, Omaha, Nebraska
- Rashidah Abdul-Khabeer, RN, MHS, Deputy Director, Circle of Care, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Robert T. Maupin Jr., MD, Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Louisiana State University, New Orleans, Louisiana
- I. Celine Hanson, MD, Chief, Bureau of HIV & STD Prevention, Texas Department of Health, Austin, Texas
Instructions for Viewers
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Materials Available After March 1
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Questions/Comments for Speakers
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Continuing Education Credit
Continuing education credits will not be offered for this broadcast.
Questions About the Broadcast
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