Maternal & Newborn Health HIV & AIDS Contraception & Family Planning
May 2010

Integration of Family Planning into HIV Counseling and Testing, Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission, and Antiretroviral Therapy Services - Participant's Guide

(Participant's Guide, 71 page PDF)

This training package is designed to train practicing HIV service providers in family planning counseling and service provision for family planning/HIV integration. This training package is intended to train practicing HIV service providers working directly and regularly in HCT, Preventing mother-to-child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT), and/or ART. This package is not intended to provide complete information on all family planning methods. For this information, service providers should refer to copies of the World Health Organization and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health/Center for Communication Program's book Family Planning: A Global Handbook for Providers (2008 update).

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May 2010

Integration of Family Planning into HIV Counseling and Testing, Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission, and Antiretroviral Therapy Services - Trainer's Guide

This training package is intended to train practicing HIV service providers working directly and regularly in HCT, PMTCT, and/or Antiretroviral therapy.

January 2010

Integration of Family Planning into HIV Counseling and Testing, Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission, and Antiretroviral Therapy Services - Job Aid

Family Planning and HIV Integration Provider Reference Tool: Family Planning Considerations Specific to HIV-Positive Clients.

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