The 2022 Update will provide up-to-date information on prevention, management and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). This activity will address best practices related to prevention strategies for STIs including HIV, hepatitis and vaginitis. Approaches to addressing the syndemic of substance abuse and STIs will also be reviewed. The format will include case studies of common disease states that may complicate treatment, explore emerging infections and discuss the
future of testing technique implementation.
Registration is Open, Reserve Your Spot Today!
2022 NC Annual STI Update
March 23, 2022 - 8:15am-4:00pm (EST)
Live Webinar via Webex
(7:45am Webinar Check-in)
Upon completion of this program, participants should be better able to:
- Review updated information on the prevention, management and treatment of STIs.
- Examine common disease states that may complicate treatment.
- Discuss PrEP updates and review implementation strategies for high-risk patients in NC.
- Recognize the relationship between burnout and well-being.
- Identify syndemic patterns for risk of STIs and their associations with substance use.
- Describe the characteristics of the most common types of viral hepatitis.
- Explain the epidemiology, risk factors and management of vaginitis.
This knowledge-based activity is targeted to physicians, advanced practice providers, pharmacists,
nurses, public health workers and other health care providers.
After careful consideration, the 2022 NC Annual STI Update will be held virtually. The health and safety of our attendees, speakers, planning committee and staff remains our priority.
- Erin Barnes, MD, Assistant Professor, Infectious Diseases, Wake Forest School of Medicine
- Suzanne Danhauer, PhD, Director, Well-Being and Resilience, Professor, Public Health Sciences, Wake Forest School of Medicine
- Christopher Hurt, MD, Associate Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, UNC School of Medicine, Director, NC HIV Training and Education Center
- Candice McNeil, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Infectious Diseases, Wake School of Medicine, Co-Medical Director, Southeast STD/HIV PTC
- Victoria Mobley, MD, MPH, Medical Epidemiologist, Division of Public Health, NC Department of Health and Human Services
- Christina Muzny, MD, MSPH, Associate Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, UAB School of Medicine
- Marina Nunez, MD, PhD, Professor, Infectious Diseases, Wake Forest School of Medicine
REQUIRED: TWO REGISTRATIONS!
- Register through Northwest AHEC at www.nwahec.org/66677.
- After you’ve completed Northwest AHEC’s registration, you will receive a pop-up with additional registration steps. Click the green “Take Me There Now” button to go directly to the NNPTC website to complete the 2nd registration. The direct link is: https://courses.nnptc.org/class_information.html?id=320
*Note: Use the SAME name and contact information for BOTH registrations!
We recognize that much of this information is redundant. However, both registrations are required by
our funder, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in order to offer this as a free activity for
Jointly provided by:
NC Department of Health and Human Services – Division of Public Health’s Epidemiology Section and Communicable Disease Branch, University of Alabama at Birmingham – Division of Infectious Diseases, Southeast STD/HIV Prevention Training Center, NC HIV Training and Education Center, Wake Forest School of Medicine – Department of Infectious Diseases and Northwest Area Health Education Center (AHEC), a program of Wake Forest School of Medicine and part of the NC AHEC System.