Oscar Marquez provides training and technical assistance to support delivery of HIV prevention services within primary care, as part of the CDC-funded High Impact Prevention (HIP) in Health Care team at PCDC. He leads the development of capacity building resources such as training curricula and webinars.
Oscar has been a leader in the HIV prevention field since 2002. Before joining PCDC in 2017, he worked at Altamed Health Services, a Los Angeles-based health care organization, overseeing prevention case management, HIV testing and counseling, group- and individual-level interventions, recruitment, and other prevention services.
Earlier, he worked at Shared Action, a capacity building assistance program of APLA Health, where he led the development, implementation, and quality assurance of distance-learning technologies such as online trainings.
Oscar received his bachelor’s degree in Public Health from Walden University and a master’s degree in Education/Instructional Design from Western Governors University.
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