HIV Testing Update: New Regulations & Strategies from the Field


At the conclusion of the presentation, the participants will be able to:

  1. State the main objectives of the amended public health law that require the offer of HIV testing to all individuals aged 13-64 in certain health care settings
  2. Recall straight-forward strategies for implementing the regulations in three different settings: hospital, emergency department, and community health center
  3. List the contents of the New York State Department of Health’s “HIV Testing Tool Kit: Resources to Support Routine HIV Testing for Adults and Teens”

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Presenter 1
13. Daniel J. Egan, MD, FACEP, Associate Program Director, Emergency Medicine Residency and Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center

Presenter 2
14. Debbie Lester, LMSW, Director of Urban Health Plan's Institute for the Advancement of Community Health, Urban Health Plan Inc.

Presenter 3
15. Carrin Schottler-Thal, MD, Section Head, Division of General Pediatrics, Albany Medical Center, General Pediatric Group

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