HIV Training Modules

Frontline HIV care providers
develop and enhance critical thinking skills

STRIPE HIV trainings consist of 20 training modules that apply an interprofessional approach to
learning and focus on the fundamentals of HIV prevention care and treatment, while also
helping you develop competencies in quality improvement.

By completing all 20 modules, you will be able to demonstrate proficiency in many of the 20 modules and recognize the importance of interprofessional care and a culture of quality improvement.

What do you want to learn?

Select the a module below to read more about it and to complete the module.

New HIV Diagnosis and ART Initiation In a Woman of Childbearing Age


Co-Morbidities in a Patient with
Well Controlled HIV


of HIV-TB Co-Infection


Care for the Patient with HIV and Cryptococcal Meningitis

Person being cared for

Care for the Adolescent Girl
at Risk for HIV

Needle with medicine



Care for the Patient with HIV and Cryptococcal Meningitis

Person sick in bed

Management of Sepsis
in a Person with HIV


ART Adherence and Evaluation of Virologic Failure

Heart in hand

End of Life Care in
a Patient with HIV


Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis and Care for Men Who Have Sex with Men

Care for the Adolescent Male with Perinatally-Acquired HIV


Delivering High-Quality Care to Patients with HIV During COVID-19

Community of people

HIV Service Delivery

Traditional and Complementary Medicine and Pneumocystis Pneumonia

Medical person with a mask

Health Workforce Challenges and
HIV Care Delivery


Care of the
Paediatric Patient with HIV

Preparing for and Managing Patients with COVID-19

Needle with medicine

COVID-19 Vaccines and
Vaccine Hesitancy

Person sneezing virus

Care of the Patient After
COVID-19 Infection

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