HIV/AIDS Case Manager Preceptorship Program
The NW AETC offers a three-day HIV Case Manager preceptorship at two locations in Seattle: Bailey-Boushay House and the Madison Clinic at Harborview Medical Center. Patient contact will occur through care conferences that involve the program's multi-disciplinary team, as well as individual interaction with social workers as they conduct rounds, perform assessments, address patient concerns and plan discharges. The training will emphasize various assessment skills needed to help identify and address patient conditions. Depending on the specific needs of the patients in residence, areas of concentration may include cognitive status, mental health concerns, ADL capacity, discharge potential, spiritual/cultural aspects, legal issues, and family/support system interactions. Staff will provide opportunities for discussion and questions throughout the day.
For more information about our preceptorship program contact Becky Karschney.
Case Management Preceptorship Learning Objectives
- Upon completion of this program, attendees should be able to:
- List the basic qualities of an effective case management program.
- Explain Ryan White Program medical case management guidelines.
- Conduct a comprehensive case management assessment with HIV-infected patients
- Demonstrate clinically useful techniques for addressing service needs of HIV-infected patients with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
- Address sociocultural issues associated with HIV/AIDS.