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HIV screening and testing in primary care has the potential to significantly reduce new HIV infections by allowing clinicians to identify individuals with HIV early in their infection course and provide them with the appropriate care. These actions can improve health outcomes and reduce the risk of transmission to HIV-negative individuals.
Module 1: HIV Infection in the South
Module 2: HIV Testing Recommendations
Module 3: Speaking With Patients About HIV Testing
Module 4: HIV Tests and the Testing Algorithm
Module 5: Counseling Patients After HIV Testing
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