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In addition to the Primary Care Residency - The HIV Training Track curriculum was developed using tools and material that will describe the framework to the residents in order to achieve competency and expertise in caring for HIV-infected patients.

  • The three year Yale HIV training track curricular goals and objectives are based on the 12 following Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) that we believe are necessary to be an outstanding independent provider of HIV primary care at the end of the HIV residency training.
  • The overall goal of the Yale HIV Training Track is to provide Yale primary care residents with the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of HIV disease and associated opportunistic infections, and to provide a venue for them to develop expertise and appropriate professional attitudes regarding a primary care role...