New England AIDS Education and Training Center – Connecticut Regional Partner
The New England AIDS Education and Training Center (NEAETC), established in 1988, is one of eleven Regional Education Centers and five National Centers, funded by Health Resources Service Administration (HRSA) with Ryan White Part F dollars and sponsored regionally by Commonwealth Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
The goal of our program is to provide education and clinical training opportunities for health care providers addressing effective counseling, diagnosis, treatment, care management of individuals living with HIV/AIDS, as well as to assist in prevention efforts. The NEAETC serves Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
The CT-Yale-LPS provides training and education for nurses, nurse practitioners, physicians, physician assistants, social workers, dentists as well as other health care providers; in collaboration with community health centers, Ryan White affiliates, hospitals and medical centers, state and local health departments, AIDS service organizations, medical, nursing, dental and osteopathic schools, and other community agencies.
Our mission is to provide education, training, and resources to enhance the quality of life for people with HIV and to end the HIV epidemic.
Associate Professor Term; Project Director, Connecticut AIDS Education & Training Center; Director, Yale Infectious Disease Ambulatory Services, Infectious Diseases; Medical Director Nathan Smith Clinic, Infectious Diseases; Program Director, HIV Primary Care Training Track, Internal Medicine