HIV and people in care

For people living with HIV, stay­ing in an hos­pi­tal or living in a care faci­lity often comes with par­ti­cu­lar chal­len­ges: They are often con­fron­ted with out­da­ted noti­ons of HIV or people who are afraid of being infec­ted and as a result are being trea­ted dif­fer­ently with spe­cial mea­su­res which often result in their dis­ad­van­ta­ges. Howe­ver, in taking care of people living with HIV, stan­dard mea­su­res of hygiene and hygiene pro­tec­tion sys­tems used for all other pati­ents, are ent­i­rely suf­fi­ci­ent. There are not risks of infec­tion in the ever­y­day care.

We offer, in par­ti­cu­lar for hos­pi­tals and care faci­li­ties, as well as nur­sing schools, spe­cial trai­ning cour­ses for HIV in care faci­li­ties. Topics include:

  • Fun­da­men­tals of an HIV infec­tion, trans­mis­sion paths and tre­at­ment methods
  • Impor­t­ance and cha­rac­te­ris­tics of the inter­di­sci­pli­nary tre­at­ment of people living with HIV
  • Hygiene and hygiene pro­tec­tion sys­tems
  • Fun­da­men­tals of data pri­vacy con­cer­ning chro­nic con­di­ti­ons

The semi­nar is held by an regis­te­red nurse and an assi­stant nurse and will appro­xi­mately last 2 hours.

Should you be inte­rested in boo­king our semi­nar, please feel free to con­tact us!