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What's New in Opioids, Mental Health, HIV & STIs-Day 1 of 2

8:15am - May 14, 2021 thru 12:00pm - May 14, 2021 | Timezone: US/Eastern
Central East ATTC
Registration Deadline: May 14, 2021
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This conference will focus on the integration efforts that support a collaborative healthcare approach. Current medical updates in services for STIs, HIV, TB, hepatitis, family planning and addictions will be discussed.

After completing this conference, the learner should be able to:

  1. State current practice in the care and treatment of STDs, HIV, opioid addictions and mental health
  2. Explain how to screen clients for substance abuse issues
  3. Identify Population at risk for HIV/STIs/Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder
  4. Demonstrate effective team skills by sharing information effectively, listening and responding to feedback from others, and using simple communication.

Important Note: You must register and attend both days in order to be eligible to receive credit as well as complete the required evaluations.


  • Intro to FTCC
    Jeanne Hoover, STD/HIV PTC at Johns Hopkins University

  • STI Treatment and Guidelines Update
    Khalil Ghanem, MD, Phd

  • Drug Use and Abuse
    Renata Henry, M.Ed., The Danya Institute, Central East ATTC

  • New Contraceptive Methods
    Mike Policar, MD, MPH

This event is the first of two trainings. Visit the What's New DC webpage.


This course has been designed for physicians, physician assistants, clinicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, counselors, social workers, educators, case managers, and intervention specialists working in addictions, STI/HIV, SUD and mental health agencies, and other programs.


Please email with any questions.

Register for Day 2, May 21, 2021

This training is a collaboration between Mid-Atlantic Education and Training Center, STD/HIV Prevention Training Center at Johns Hopkins, Central East ATTC, DC Area Health and Education Centers-Georgetown University, and National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association.