Case Management Training Institute

The Case Management Training Institute (CMTI), generously funded by the CT Department of Housing, was created to provide a comprehensive training program for individuals with case management responsibilities in AIDS services, AIDS housing, domestic violence, homeless shelters, and transitional living programs, regardless of how the positions are funded (i.e. DPH, HOPWA, DOH, and DMHAS).

 

Please click on these links for detailed information on CMTI's Policies & Procedures:

Registration & No-Show Policy

Inclement Weather Procedures

 

Click on the link(s) below to register. Unless otherwise noted, all sessions are 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016 @ United Way of Greater New Haven

HIV and the Kidneys - REGISTER NOW

Presented by Dr. Brian Palmer

This training will focus on the kidneys and the important role that they play in the body. We will also talk about how HIV and HIV medicines can affect kidney health. Understanding how the kidneys work and the effect that HIV and HIV medicines can have on the kidneys can help your clients take steps to keep their kidneys healthy. This training will include kidney function and measurement, kidney disease in HIV-positive patients, epidemiology and risk factors, burden of disease, treatment challenges and guidelines, ART considerations, kidney disease treatment considerations. Participants will also discuss how you might counsel a patient using this information.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016 @ United Way of Greater New Haven

LGBT Cultural Sensitivity & Health Literacy Training - REGISTER NOW

Presented by Shawn M. Lang and Melanie Alvarez, AIDS Connecticut

Description coming soon.

Wednesday, June 22, 2016 @ Center Congregational Church, Meriden

Merck Engage – You are Part of Your Health Team - REGISTER NOW

Presented by Patricia Caya, Merck

This training will explore health literacy and ways to promote action for change. It will also provide strategies to address health literacy needs for patients using the Universal Precautions Toolkit and review health literacy practices.