As the Program Director of the Kentucky AIDS Education Training Center (KYAETC), I am pleased to provide you with information about KYAETC and the services we offer.
KY AETC’s purpose is to educate, train, and provide information on HIV/AIDS to medical professionals throughout Kentucky, including physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, oral health providers and pharmacists. As a member of a multi-state HIV/AIDS education and training consortium, we have access to teleconferencing and telemedicine, HIV/AIDS specialists, the most recent AIDS data and treatments, and a warmline for providers to access with questions concerning specific cases. All of the above services are free to providers. Our website describes all of the services that we provide as well as valuable educational resources and links to other HIV/AIDS websites.
There are many opportunities to advance HIV/AIDS education. We are here to serve you so please let us know how we can help you. Our warmline is for direct needs and consultations- feel free to use it at anytime. Below you will find more information about our program you may find useful!
- Alice Thornton, MD
KY AETC serves the U.S. Public Health Service designated AIDS Education and Training Center for health care providers in Kentucky. We are a unit of the Southeast AIDS Training and Education Center at Emory University School of Medicine. Click here for more information. Major funding comes from the Health Resources and Services Administration, HRSA Grant No.1 H4A HA 00067-02.