FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The self-paced portions of the course (Introduction and preparation for module 1 and 3) allows learners to complete coursework on their own time, as long as deadlines are met on a weekly basis to ensure that the group progress at a similar pace to maximize social interactions. The real-time, interactive portions (part of module 1-3) will allow learners of the same cohort to find a common time when all participants are available to log on and interact through an online meeting platform.
Our course is hosted on multiple platforms that can be accessed free of charge. Self-assessment is completed on Google Forms. The forum discussion is hosted on Google Forum. Real-time, interactive sessions are hosted on Zoom or Google Meet. Our course is designed to work on an internet-connected desktop/laptop/mobile devices, headphones (preferably a headset with build-in microphones to minimize feedback), built-in or external microphones, and built-in or external webcam.
Participants are expected to fully complete all coursework in a thoughtful and timely manner. This means meeting weekly deadlines, presenting to real-time, interactive sessions on time, and participating in the sessions for the full allotted hour. We also expect participation in the social learning elements of the course by offering thoughtful feedback to other learners as part of the capstone assignment. Participants who fail to meet these requirements will not receive a certificate and will not be able to retake the course.
No grades are assigned for this course. Participants will be evaluated as either complete or not complete.
Physicians and physician assistants will be able to earn CME credits. Nurse practitioners will be able to earn CNE credits. Participants will also earn a certificate of completion from the American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM).
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