HIV HEART (Health | Education | Assessment | Research | Telehealth)
provides HIV/AIDS telehealth-based education and training to medical
residents and rural providers in Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana.
These trainings take place weekly, in a one-on-one format, and are
conducted by the Medical and Clinical Directors within the grant.
Evidence-based practices are utilized to address topics regarding
diverse themes that are relevant to rural healthcare providers in the
Delta. In addition, a quarterly conference is conducted by interactive
video which highlights HIV best practices using a case study format.
- Evidence-based case presentations delivered through real-time interactive video, online streaming, and later available as enduring materials.
- Coursework and case-based learning activities delivered through the HIV HEART existing websites.
- CME and CNE hours will be provided for all educational activities at no cost to the participant or the CHC.
- Ft. Smith Area Health Education Center (AHEC)
- El Dorado AHEC
- Texarkana AHEC
- Community Health Centers of Arkansas
- Delta AIDS Education and Training Center (DAETC)
Curriculum Via Telehealth
- Quarterly one-hour case-based presentations per year via interactive video and online streaming to facilitate interaction
- Interactive case-based online modules (four per year)
- Peer-reviewed evidence-based guidelines (two per year)
- Focused HIV didactic presentations monthly to varying locations via interactive video
For more Information, please contact:
Amy Moses or Sarah Kinder at
Or call 501-526-6806
These educational opportunities were made possible by: Grant #H4AHA24083, HIV/AIDS Bureau, Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration.