- Testing adolescents on HIV
- Учебный курс по вопросам ТБ/ВИЧ
- Harm Reduction Lessons
Take a course: «Testing adolescents on HIV», course, which can help you to learn the method of step-by-step behavioral consulting. This method is aimed at decreasing risky behavior, especially among adolescents. The efficiency of this method consists in achieving steady changes in the behavior of adolescents, because factors which influence the behavior of each young person are taken into account.
In order to take this educational course, you have to download and install ICATT program on your computer. Thus, you will get access to educational texts and videos, and will be able to check your knowledge after completing the course.
ICATT – IMCI (Integrated Management of Childhood Illness) Computerized Adaptation and Training Tool. It is the tool created for realization of the WHO/UNICEF strategy regarding the complex treatment of kids illnesses.
Tutorial module “Testing teenagers for HIV” was developed by Ukrainian Institute of social studies named after A. Yaremenko technical support for which is provided by United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).Start the course
Представляем вашему вниманию учебную программу по вопросам ТБ/ВИЧ для обучения специалистов государственных и неправительственных организаций, которые предоставляют услуги уязвимым группам населения. Целью данной программы является предоставление информации о туберкулезе и ВИЧ-инфекции, включая общие знания о признаках и симптомах, методах диагностики, лечения и профилактики.
Данная учебная программа разработана в рамках проекта «Права и здоровье уязвимых групп населения: восполняя пробелы», который реализует МБФ «СПИД Фонд Восток-Запад» (AFEW-Украина) и финансирует Министерство иностранных дел Королевства Нидерландов, при технической поддержке консультантов Королевской Нидерландской Центральной Ассоциации по профилактике и борьбе с туберкулёзом (KNCV).
The content of this manual has been prepared taking into account the needs of social workers working in HIV-service organizations, who normally do not possess a degree in social work and/or a degree in medicine. The manual includes materials which form the basis of contemporary social work in the area of HIV/AIDS and covers the basic medical aspects of HIV/AIDS and substance abuse. After studying those materials, social workers will get the knowledge they need to better understand their clients’ problems and to promptly react to their urgent needs.
In this manual clients’ problems are presented as “Lessons”, containing informational (theoretical) part and questions for self-control (tests and ‘keys’). Each of the Lessons presents the basic facts related to the topic. All lessons are divided into 2 levels.
The first level is a basic level which gives the review to those, connected with a social and medical component of service in Harm Reduction projects.
The second level is lessons which provide information on the main aspects of social work with families and people who appeared in difficult vital circumstances.
The topics have been selected taking into consideration specific characteristics of the projects currently implemented by International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine. At the end of this manual readers will find a list of recommended literature for each of the topics covered. It is expected that this manual will become an assistant for the social workers involved into HIV service and a reference book for people arranging social work in the area of HIV/AIDS.
Author of the concept: Liudmyla Shulga
Authors: Liudmyla Shulga, Anatoliy Volik, Nataliya Nagornaya, Olga Burgay, Tatyana Goryacheva, Valentina Pavlenko, Tatyana Deshko, Marina Varban, Aleksandra Oksenyuk, Nataliya Tiulyeneva, Miroslava Debelyuk, Nataliya Dvinskikh, Zahedul Islam, Matt Curtis, Luciano Colonna, Aleksandr Lebega, Stas Naumenko, Irina Nerubayeva, Nikolay Pavelko, Irina Romashkan, Konstantin Talalayev, Fedor Ustinchenko, Sergey Filippovich, Aleksandra Datsenko, Andrey Khrapal, Olena Yesipenko, Olena Andrukhovych, Natalya Romanova.
Reviewed by: Yelena Kulbakh, epidemiologist at Odessa City AIDS Center
Editors: Liudmyla Shulga, Anatoliy Volik, Nataliya Nagornaya