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The AETC Capitol Region Telehealth "Power Podcast" series allows you to listen to experts in the field from your computer or mobile device. Designed for the busy professional, you can learn about cultural competence in the treatment of HIV/AIDS from your office or "On-The-Go."
Cultural Competency: Clinical Strategies to Strengthen Clinicians’ Role in Providing Care for Immigrants with HIV/HVC, Part II
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About the Presenter
I. Jean Davis, PhD, PA, AAHIVS
Dr Jean Davis is an educator, clinician and researcher.
She is Board Certified by the:
And her other memberships include:
Dr. Davis’ HIV/AIDS related accomplishments have included serving as the
She is presently faculty for the AETC NMC and an HIV provider for Desert AIDS Project.
As a National Minority-AETC and Pacific-AETC faculty, she has trained 100s of clinical and non-clinical HIV/AIDS providers, and dozens of AIDS Serving and Community Based Organizations with a focus on diverse communities. Dr. Davis has provided didactic and clinical training and education programs thereby increasing the number of providers serving this community enhancing HIV/AIDS prevention, early intervention and care. In addition she has developed and implemented programs on Health Cultural Competency for providers and community members. Working with Community Health Centers (CHC) and hospitals, Dr. Davis has developed tailored policies and procedures for the California “Opt-Out” Law and HIV testing for pregnant women, during the 3rd trimester (based community viral load) and in Labor & Delivery. She has also provided training on Prevention for Positives for the STD/HIV Prevention Centers. As a university faculty member she has provided interactive programs for medical and physician assistant students.
As a provider at CHCs, University based EIP Clinic and AIDS Service Organizations, Dr Davis has provided care for diverse populations with HIV/AIDS for over ten years.
As a researcher her focus has been HIV/AIDS and other health disparities