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ARIZONA: Pima County Health Department Offers STD/HIV Conference for Health Care Providers


Tucson News Now KOLD/KMSB (10.30.2013)

Tucson News Now recently reported that the Pima County Health Department will collaborate with the Arizona AIDS Education and Training Center and the California STD/HIV Prevention Training Center to present a two-day workshop on November 8 and 9. The workshop will present up-to-date epidemiology and diagnosis and treatment information on STDs and HIV for Pima County using an interactive format and case studies. Health department officials recommend the course for physicians, physician’s assistants, and advanced practice nurses in both public and private settings as well as clinicians working in STD control and prevention programs. The health department will hold the workshop at Abrams Public Health Center at 3950 S. Country Club Road in Tucson. The workshop will be free but participants who wish to earn 9.75 hours of continuing medical education credits must pay a $30 fee. To register or request more information, call (510) 625–6043 or visit


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