Maximizing HIV Prevention and Care: Connecticut Learning Community
PCDC is proud to announce the Connecticut Learning Community (CTLC): a cohort of peer organizations. The goal of the cohort is to increase the availability of culturally responsive, comprehensive primary care for people vulnerable to and living with HIV. This learning community model will incorporate and apply practice transformation principles. Participants from varied clinical settings will work alongside one another to create systems of care that support patients.
The CTLC will begin in December 2019 and will consist of five sessions. Additionally, there will be at least one four-hour, in-person session held either at PCDC’s New York office or at one of the CTLC partner’s offices in Connecticut. Participants are expected to attend every session. A firm date will be sent out once participants are selected.
Prior to beginning the CTLC, PCDC will conduct in-person meetings to discuss the HIV Prevention and Care needs of each learning community partner.
Participants are expected to:
- Commit to attending all five sessions
- Have at least one clinical champion and one key programmatic staff attend
- Submit cases when assigned
- Participate actively
- Be part of a clinical setting