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HIV-STD Insider 2012 June

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2012 HIV Outreach & HEI Case Management Conference

The 2012 HIV Outreach & HEI Case Management Conference will be held August 5-8 in Austin. The theme for this year's conference is "Meeting at the Crossroads." We have come to a crossroads in HIV/AIDS prevention where it has become critical we work together! It starts at the Texas HIV Connection's 1st Annual HIV Outreach and HEI Case Management Conference.

The conference features dozens of sessions covering HIV prevention from many angles including:

  • Harm reduction
  • HIV and African-Americans
  • Client engagement
  • Substance abuse treatment for those with HIV/AIDS
  • Evidence-based interventions
  • Supporting recovery
  • HIV and human trafficing
  • and many more

To learn more or to register, visit the conference website. The registration deadline is July 27.

Post Date and Time Thursday, June 28, 2012


Southern Regional Ball/House and Pageant Communities' Leadership and Health Disparities Conference

Abounding Prosperity has announced the inaugural Southern Regional Ball/House and Pageant (B/HAP) Communities’ Leadership and Health Disparities Conference to be held October 4-6, 2012 in Dallas, Texas. The conference theme is “Building Bridges and Forming Alliances!” and, the goal of the conference is to reduce health disparities across the Southern Region of the United States by promoting health equity and improving leadership capacity among sexual minorities. The conference target audience is African American and Latino men who have sex with men as well as Transgender male-to-female individuals. All of these persons are members, fans, supporters, allies and/or spectators of Ball/House and Pageant communities.

To learn more about the conference, visit the conference website.

Post Date and Time Thursday, June 28, 2012


The ADA and Persons with HIV/AIDS

The U.S. Department of Justice is leading the Federal government’s efforts to strengthen enforcement of civil rights laws as they pertain to individuals with HIV/AIDS, as called for in the President’s July 2010 National HIV/AIDS Strategy. As part of the Strategy, the Department has committed to increasing outreach to affected communities to educate them about their rights and to uncover discrimination.  An updated technical assistance document, Questions and Answers: The Americans with Disabilities Act and Persons with HIV/AIDS has been added to ADA.gov. The document explains the rights of persons with HIV/AIDS and the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) for employers, businesses and non-profit agencies that serve the public, and State and local governments to avoid discrimination against persons with HIV/AIDS.

This week marks the fourteenth anniversary of the decision in Bragdon v. Abbott, the Supreme Court decision that stated that an individual who has HIV, but is asymptomatic, has a disability within the meaning of the ADA and is entitled to the protections of the statute. Since that time, Congress amended the ADA in 2008, making it easier for people with HIV/AIDS to demonstrate that they are persons with disabilities. 

To learn more about the Civil Rights Division’s enforcement activities, please visit the U.S. Department of Justice website dedicated to Fighting Discrimination Against People with HIV/AIDS. For more information about the ADA, you may call the toll-free ADA Information Line at 800-514-0301 (voice) or 800-514-0383 (TTY), or access the ADA Website.

Post Date and Time Thursday, June 28, 2012


Texas HIV Medication Program Proposed Rules Comment Call

The Texas HIV/STD Prevention and Care Branch has scheduled a an open conference call for the purpose of soliciting input on the Texas HIV Medication Program’s (ADAP and SPAP) proposed rules. The Program’s rules are up for a routine four-year review. The rules describe the processes for screening for eligibility, handling funding shortfalls and grievances. The proposed program rules can be found on the Texas HIV Medication Program (THMP) web page. In addition, the program’s rules must be in line with the Texas Health and Safety Code.

To comment on the proposed program rules, you are invited to participate in the THMP rules comment call scheduled for:

Thursday, June 28
3:00 to 5:00 p.m. CDT
Call in number: 1-877-820-7831
Participant passcode: 214890

Post Date and Time Monday, June 25, 2012


National HIV Testing Day in Texas – 2012

The following is a list of National HIV Testing Day (NHTD) events taking place around Texas. The HIV/STD Program wishes to thank all of the organizations that sent event information to the Texas HIV/STD Insider. Please note that this list is presented for informational purposes only; the Texas Department of State Health Services does not necessarily sponsor or endorse any of the events and/or activities listed.

Now in its 18th year, NHTD is observed annually on June 27. Sponsored nationally by the National Association of People with AIDS (NAPWA), the event encourages persons at risk for HIV infection to receive voluntary HIV counseling and testing. A resource kit containing posters, flyers, media tips and adaptable campaign materials can be ordered or downloaded from the NAPWA website. Additional information can be found at hivtest.org.

AMARILLO
The City of Amarillo Department of Public Health’s Street Outreach Team conducted three testing events in Amarillo over the weekend to commemorate Pride Weekend. Testing was offered on June 22 at Club Kickback’s “Red Party,” on June 23 at the Unitarian Universalist Church’s “Pride Fest,” and on June 24 at “Panhandle Pride 2012” in Memorial Park. For more information about these events,  or call 806-378-6331.

AUSTIN
Austin/Travis County Health and Human Services Department will conduct free HIV testing on Wednesday, June 27 from 1-7pm at Rosewood Zaragosa Gym, located at 2800 Webberville Rd. For more information,  or call 512-972-5636.

CORPUS CHRISTI
Corpus Christi-Nueces County Public Health District’s STD/HIV Clinic will provide HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia screening on Thursday, June 28 from 12-4pm at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi’s Union Hall. For more information,  or call 361-826-7293.

DALLAS
The Dallas Testing Task Force will provide free HIV, syphilis, chlamydia, and gonorrhea screening at Valley View Mall, 13331 Preston Rd., on Wednesday, June 27 from 10am to 8pm. The Dallas Testing Task Force brings together local health department representatives with HIV/AIDS service providers and community-based organizations to coordinate HIV prevention and testing efforts in the Dallas area. Participating agencies include Dallas County Health and Human Services Department, AIDS Arms, AIDS Interfaith Network, Resource Center Dallas, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Urban League of Greater Dallas and North Central Texas, Mosaic Family Services, Abounding Prosperity, and The Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. For more information about this testing event,  or call 214-819-1928.

Resource Center Dallas’s Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic will offer free walk-in rapid HIV testing, free syphilis testing, and free condoms on Wednesday, June 27 from 10am to 6pm at 4012 Cedar Springs Rd.  or call 214-393-3700 to learn more.

Paul Quinn College will offer free HIV testing on Wednesday, June 27 for students and community members at 3837 Simpson Stuart Rd. Testing will be offered from 11:30am to 3:30pm. For more information,  or call 214-379-5526.

The Urban League of Greater Dallas and North Central Texas and Flewellen Beauty Salon team up to present “There’s Style & Beauty in Taking the Test” on Wednesday, June 27 from 12-3pm at 3611 S. Lancaster Rd. Those that get tested will receive a meal from Church's Chicken or CT's Bar-B-Q. Two individuals who test will receive haircuts and hair styles as door prizes.  or call 214-915-4600 to learn more.

Abounding Prosperity will provide free rapid HIV screening from 3-5pm on Wednesday, June 27 at 2311 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.  or call 214-405-5475 to learn more.

Walgreens is teaming up with Greater Than AIDS and local testing partners to offer free HIV Testing at two Walgreens locations in Dallas for National HIV Testing Day. Testing will be offered June 27-29 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily at the Walgreens located at 5001 Ross Ave. and 2909 Lemmon Ave., Ste. A. Testing is provided by local health departments and HIV/AIDS organizations. Visit the Greater Than AIDS campaign website for more information.

FORT WORTH
AIDS Outreach Center will be conducting HIV rapid testing on Wednesday, June 27 at Kaplan College, 2001 Beach St. For more information,  or call 817-916-5256.

HOUSTON
Houston Area Community Services will provide free rapid HIV testing and counseling on Wednesday, June 27 from 9am to 6pm at 2150 W 18th St., Ste. 300.  or call 832-435-0692 to learn more.

Legacy Community Health Services will provide free rapid HIV testing on Wednesday, June 27 from 9:30am to 6pm at its 1415 California St. office.  or call 832-607-5626 to learn more.

Walgreens is teaming up with Greater Than AIDS and local testing partners to offer free HIV Testing at three Houston area Walgreens locations for National HIV Testing Day. Testing will be offered June 27-29 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily at the Walgreens located at 3317 Montrose Blvd., 6675 W. Bellfort St., and 200 W. 20th St.. Testing is provided by local health departments and HIV/AIDS organizations. Visit the Greater Than AIDS campaign website for more information.

McKINNEY
Walgreens is teaming up with Greater Than AIDS and local testing partners to offer free HIV Testing June 27-29 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. daily at the Walgreens located at 1651 W. University Dr.. Testing is provided by local health departments and HIV/AIDS organizations. Visit the Greater Than AIDS campaign website for more information.

PORT ARTHUR
The Texas Black Women’s Initiative’s Golden Triangle Team in partnership with the Port Arthur Health Department will provide free HIV testing at 401 W. Thomas Blvd. on Wednesday, June 27 from 12-3pm. The event will feature entertainment by Sister Act, free food and other entertainment for kids. For more information,  or call 409-499-4310.

SAN ANTONIO
BEAT AIDS, located at 218 W. Cypress St., will offer free rapid HIV testing from 8:30am to 5pm on Wednesday, June 27.  or call 210- 271-3600 to learn more.

WACO
On Wednesday, June, 27 the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District kicks off a month of “HIP HOP for HIV” with free rapid HIV and routine syphilis tests. Free rapid HIV and routine syphilis tests will be offered at the Waco-McLennan County Public Health District, 225 W. Waco Dr., from 9am to 3pm. Everyone who tests a free concert ticket to the Dallas/Fort Worth “HIP HOP for HIV” concert, which will be held August 12 at the Fort Worth Convention Center. Free HIV and syphilis testing will continue to be offered throughout July at various sites around Waco. We will continue to offer free rapid HIV tests and routine Syphilis tests through out the month of July at various sites in the community. The goal is to test 200 individuals. For more information, call 254-750-5499 and ask for Raylene Silver or Laurel Churchman.

WOODVILLE
Health Horizons of East Texas will provide free testing for HIV and syphilis on Wednesday, June 27 starting at 10am at 1114 Albert Dr. in Woodville. For more information,  or call 936-569-8240. 

Post Date and Time Monday, June 25, 2012


Routine HIV Screening Web-Based Training

The Texas/Oklahoma AIDS Education & Training Center (TX/OK AETC) would like to invite you to participate in a free web-based training entitled, "Routine HIV Screening: Why it’s important & how to get started" presented by Ken Malone from Thomas Street Health Center, Harris County Hospital District in Houston.

This training is self-paced and participants will be able to view the training 24 hours/7 days a week on the TX/OK AETC website.

To learn more and to register, visit the TX/OK AETC website.

Post Date and Time Monday, June 25, 2012


Expedited Partner Therapy Online Course

Dr. BaileyExpedited Partner Therapy (EPT) is an important tool for health care professionals treating sexually transmitted diseases. DSHS has created the online course “Expedited Partner Services: The New Standard of Care for Treating Sexually Transmitted Diseases” to help providers implement EPT in a public or private practice.  Physicians, nurses, licensed social workers and Certified Health Education Specialists may earn 1 hour of continuing education credits.  There is no charge for the credits.

Dr. Susan Bailey, Past President of Texas Medical Association, has an important video message regarding EPT for Texas health care providers (video, transcript).

To take the course, visit TRAIN Texas. For registration assistance, see the TRAIN Texas instructions (PDF : 771 kb) or contact  or .

Post Date and Time Wednesday, June 20, 2012


Who’s Leading the Leading Health Indicators? Webinar

Join the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for the Who’s Leading the Leading Health Indicators? webinar on Thursday, June 21, from 11:00 to 11:45 a.m. CDT. This month, HHS will address issues related to reproductive and sexual health.

To commemorate National HIV Testing Day, the Webinar will feature The Bronx Knows, an initiative that has seen success in identifying people in the Bronx who are HIV positive but undiagnosed and connecting them to much-needed care. Additionally, the Assistant Secretary for Health, Dr. Howard Koh, will announce new data on the national percentage of people living with HIV who are aware of their status. The presenters will then answer your questions related to this month’s topic.

To register for this webinar, visit the event website.

Post Date and Time Wednesday, June 20, 2012


Familismo, Personalismo, y Simpatia: Caring for HIV-Infected Substance Abusing Latinos Web-Based Training

The Texas/Oklahoma AIDS Education & Training Center (TX/OK AETC) would like to invite you to participate in a free web-based training entitled, "Familismo, Personalismo, y Simpatia: Caring for HIV-Infected Substance Abusing Latinos." Providers will learn tools on how to provide quality care services to Latinos with dual diagnosis (HIV and drug and alcohol) taking into consideration immigration status, limited English proficiency, and other cultural differences.

This training is self-paced and participants will be able to view the training 24 hours/7 days a week on the TX/OK AETC website.

To learn more and to register, visit the TX/OK AETC website.

Post Date and Time Wednesday, June 20, 2012


Foundations of HIV Counseling and Testing: The New State Standard

There is a new required standard for training all new DSHS HIV Prevention counseling/testing staff. This three-day course is called “Foundations of HIV Counseling and Testing” or FCT. The goal of FCT is to improve the ability of HIV prevention staff to provide HIV testing, counseling, and linkage to care. All new risk reduction specialists (RRS) are required to complete FCT.

Supervisors unfamiliar with PBC must complete the FCT course. Supervisors who are experienced with PBC are not required to take this course but will be expected to take the new on-line QA for Counseling and Testing course when it is completed.

There has been a misconception that Protocol Based Counseling (PBC) will no longer be used for prevention counseling. In fact, the PBC protocol continues to be available, though not required, as a tool to help RRS learn to guide the discussion with a client about his/her risk(s) as well as the testing process, delivering results and linkage to care for the HIV+ client. Note: following the protocol when delivering a HIV positive test result remains standard practice.

While the protocol is still used, there are specific differences between PBC and FCT.  In comparison to PBC, you will find that with FCT:

  • Every client who requests a test does not require prevention counseling. The RRS uses professional discretion to determine if counseling is required
  • There is more flexibility in how the protocol is used or if it is used at all
  • There is increased emphasis on prevention with positives and linkage to care

FCT was developed to help RRS understand the range of counseling encounters and to determine how to best serve each individual client. The FCT course focuses extensively on communication and counseling skills to help new RRS apply behavior change theory and techniques that can support individual clients in reducing their risk of acquiring or transmitting HIV/STDs/HCV. The course also covers DSHS standards for giving test results that includes a greater emphasis on working with positives to maintain a relationship until they are linked and confirmed into medical care.

FCT participants will have the opportunity to role-play using the protocol to ensure a reasonable comfort level before counseling with clients when counseling is required. Participants will need to have the technical information (immune system, epidemiology, etc) prior to attending this course. The on-line Risk Reduction Groundwork and the Foundations Pre-course provide this information. These on-line courses are prerequisites to the FCT course.

For further information, contact , Training Specialist, HIV/STD Prevention & Care Branch.

Post Date and Time Thursday, June 14, 2012


Breaking the Silence: Public Health’s Role in Intimate Partner Violence Prevention

CDC's Public Health Grand Rounds presents the webinar "Breaking the Silence: Public Health’s Role in Intimate Partner Violence Prevention" on Tuesday, June 19, 2012 from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. CDT.

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a significant—but preventable—public health problem. IPV includes physical violence, sexual violence, threats of physical or sexual violence, and psychological aggression (including stalking and coercive tactics) by a current or former intimate partner. IPV may occur among cohabitating or non-cohabitating romantic or sexual partners and among opposite or same sex couples. Recent CDC reports highlight the heavy toll that intimate partner violence places on adults in this country—especially women. Victims of IPV not only suffer the immediate impacts but also long-term physical, psychological, reproductive, and social consequences. Prevention efforts should start early by promoting healthy, respectful nonviolent relationships and by fostering positive and supportive environments.

This session of CDC’s Public Health Grand Rounds will explore prevention efforts aimed at reducing the occurrence of intimate partner violence through the promotion of healthy, respectful, nonviolent relationships. These prevention efforts must address change at the individual, relationship, community, and societal levels.

To learn more about this webinar, visit the CDC Public Health Grand Rounds website.

Post Date and Time Thursday, June 14, 2012


Updated Slide Set Describing State of STDs in Texas

DSHS has updated a PowerPoint slide set describing STDs reported to DSHS. The report covers STDs diagnosed through December 31, 2011. This 16 slide set is entitled "STD Epidemiology in Texas 2011" (PowerPoint : 1,203 kb).

Post Date and Time Friday, June 8, 2012


Real AIDS Prevention Project Training of Facilitators

The Real AIDS Prevention Project (RAPP) is a community mobilization program designed to reduce risk for HIV and unintended pregnancy among women in communities at high risk by increasing condom use. This intervention relies on peer-led activities, including: outreach/one-on-one brief conversations with brochures, referrals, and condom distribution; small group safer sex discussions and presentations. There is also peer interaction with community businesses, who participate in media campaigns with distribution of role model stories and prevention and health information newsletters and brochures. RAPP is based on the transtheoretical model of behavior change. RAPP targets sexually active women of reproductive age and their male partners.

A RAPP Phase I training of facilitators will be held July 10-13 in San Antonio. To learn more and to register, visit the Effective Interventions website.

Post Date and Time Friday, June 8, 2012


Grace Project HIV+ Women's Conference

The 2012 Grace Project HIV+ Women's National Conference is scheduled for July 13-15 in Richardson, Texas. This three day conference includes 15 health speakers, and six interest rooms for HIV+ women and will be a great weekend full of empowerment and education for HIV+ women. The conference is sponsored by the Legacy Counseling Center.

To learn more and to register, visit the conference website.

Post Date and Time Friday, June 8, 2012


Perinatal HIV Prevention Training Course

DSHS is offering a web-based self study training "Perinatal HIV Prevention" for nurses, physicians, other clinicians, educators, trainers, case managers and other health professionals. Perinatal HIV Prevention is a one-hour course covering the guidelines and rules for HIV testing in pregnant women in Texas. The course covers the reduction in transmission rates for HIV+ pregnant women who receive treatment at the first prenatal visit, during labor and delivery and women who do not recieve treatment. The course also provides resources for health care professionals with questions about treatment or guidelines.

Continuing education credits may be offered.

To take the course or learn more, visit TRAIN Texas.

Post Date and Time Wednesday, June 6, 2012


MSM Sexual Health Webinar this Thursday

The CDC’s National Prevention Information Network (NPIN) hosts the “2010 STD Treatment Guidelines Webinar: Update on Sexual Health in Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM)” this Thursday, June 7 at 11:00 a.m. CDT. Visit the CDC NPIN webinar website to register.

This 90-minute live webinar is for clinicians who provide care for men who have sex with men (MSM). The webinar will review critical diagnostic and management challenges for specific STDs of concern, with an overview the epidemiology of STDs among MSM. The webinar will discuss recommendations specific to helping MSM establish and maintain sexual health. Components of the 2010 STD Treatment Guidelines and additional resources relevant to clinicians working with MSM will also be discussed. The webinar will conclude with a live question and answer session. Continuing education credits are available.

Participation in the live webinar is on a first come, first serve basis and will be limited to the first 3,000 participants that log into the live webinar on June 7.

Post Date and Time Wednesday, June 6, 2012


Kaiser Permanente Invites Applications for Community-Based Interventions to Increase HIV Testing and HIV Care Utilization Grant Program

Kaiser Permanente has announced the Community-Based Interventions to Increase HIV Testing and HIV Care Utilization Grant Program as part its effort to improve the health and well-being of racial and ethnic minorities and to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare and health outcomes, with a focus on HIV disease.

The grant program is designed to help improve early identification of new HIV cases and to increase HIV care access and maintenance of newly diagnosed individuals in minority communities disproportionately affected by the HIV epidemic. The program's three main goals are to prevent new HIV infections; to identify HIV positive patients sooner, get them into high quality HIV care sooner, and ensure they remain in such care; and to reduce disparities among minority populations disproportionately impacted by HIV disease (particularly the gay, African-American, and Latino communities).

Awards will be made to community-based projects that focus on reducing new HIV infections through identification of HIV infection among recently infected adolescents and adults and on increasing access to and utilization of HIV care, particularly among newly diagnosed adolescents and adults.

Applications will be considered from nonprofit organizations, including but not limited to community health groups; organizations serving targeted minority populations; groups that focus on minority health, education, national, and/or community partnerships; and groups that represent minority-focused health professionals.

Applicants must have the ability to work with multiple ethnic and racial populations and have the capacity to collaborate with other organizations that represent targeted minority populations.

Four awards of $250,000 over two years ($125,000 per year) will be made. The deadline to apply is July 2, 2012.

For complete program guidelines and application procedures, contact the Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit Department:

Kaiser Permanente
John Edmiston
National Manager, Community Engagement
Community Benefit Department
One Kaiser Plaza, 21B
Oakland, California 94612
Tel: 510.271.6381
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Post Date and Time Tuesday, June 5, 2012


Women and HIV Webinar Series

Recordings from the webinar series "Women on the Move" are now available for download on the Texas/Oklahoma AIDS Education & Training Center (TX/OK AETC). This previously recorded free webinar series consists of individual sessions presented by experts in the field of treating women with HIV and/or migrant populations. Each session is self-paced and you will be able to view the at your convenience, available 24 hours/7 days a week on the TX/OK AETC website.  The sessions will be available through May 31, 2013. The webinar topics were:

  • Session 1 - HIV in Migrant Women
  • Session 2 - Reproduction Needs in Migrant Women
  • Session 3 - Panel: HIV & Human Trafficking
  • Session 4 - HIV Treatment Update
  • Session 5 - Global Health Comes Home: HIV in the US Foreign-Born Population
  • Session 6 - Risk Factors for and Prevention of Vaginal Transmission of HIV to Women

Continuing education is available.

Visit the TX/OK AETC website to learn more.

Post Date and Time Tuesday, June 5, 2012


Two Free Capacity Building Webinars in June

The Latino AIDS Commission Capacity Building Assistance Division has two webinars in the next few weeks. Both webinars are free.

The Hispanic HealthCare Worker Mobilization Model: Healthcare Providers as Agents of Change
Designed to prepare health service organizations to work with Latino communities
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
1:00 p.m. (CDT)
Registration

Introduction to Community Mobilization
Develop skills to deepen your understanding of and connection with your target communities through assessments, cultural competency and coalition building.
Monday, June 11, 2012
1:00 p.m. (CDT)
Registration

Post Date and Time Tuesday, June 5, 2012


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Texas HIV/STD Job Postings

June 28, 2012

Austin - DSHS HIV/STD Program seeks Program Specialist IV. Learn more

Beaumont - DSHS Region 6/5 South seeks Disease Intervention Specialist. Learn more

Dallas - AIDS Arms seeks:

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Staff Accountant
  • Protocol based Counseling, Risk Reduction Specialist

Visit the AIDS Arms website to learn more about the CEO position.  to learn more or apply for the other two positions

San Antonio - Alamo Area Resource Center seeks:

  • Medical Case Manager
  • Outreach Worker

 to learn more or apply

June 25, 2012

Austin - AIDS Services of Austin seeks:

  • Prevention Testing and Outreach Specialist
  • Prevention Testing Specialist: Protocol Based Counseling (part-time)

Learn more [ASA]

Dallas - The Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse seeks an HIV Outreach Specialist. position filled

June 8, 2012

Austin - Austin/Travis County Health and Human Services seeks two Nurse Practitioners (temporary positions). Learn more [City of Austin]

Washington, DC - National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) seeks:

  • Associate Director, Prevention
  • Senior Manager, Prevention

Learn more [NASTAD]

June 6, 2012

Austin - CommUnityCare David Powell Clinic seeks Performance Improvement Analyst. position filled

June 5, 2012

Austin - AIDS Services of Austin seeks Behavioral Medical Case Manager (LCSW). Learn more

Dallas - Resource Center Dallas seeks Clinic Nursing Specialist. position filled

Fort Worth - Tarrant County Public Health seeks STD/HIV Nurse Specialist. Learn more [Tarrant County]


Last updated April 25, 2013