HIV Case Study Day

4 Contact Hours

The Rutgers School of Social Work approves this event for 4.0 general CE hours for NJ and NY Social Workers.

This course has not been scheduled at this time

Registration & Fees


This activity will address strategies for clinicians and social service providers to be able to more effectively counsel new or expectant mothers on breastfeeding and congenital syphilis, evaluate patients with HIV for medical marijuana treatment and oral health conditions as a result of substance use.   

At the end of the conference, participants should be better able to:

  • Explain evidence-based guidelines on infant feeding to mothers with HIV and recognize the environmental, psychological, familial and personal pressures to consider breastfeeding.
  • Implement current CDC guidelines for syphilis screening on all pregnant women to reduce the risk of congenital syphilis transmission.
  • Outline the guidelines of the NJ Medical Marijuana Program (NJ MMP) for providers and patients with HIV to determine the use of medical marijuana as a treatment alternative.
  • List the oral health conditions associated to persons with HIV and the additional issues as a result of substance use.

Target Audience:
Advanced Practice Nurses (APNs), RNs, LPNs, and Social Workers. This information might also be beneficial to physicians who specialize in Infectious Diseases, Pediatrics, Family Practice, and Obstetrics, as well as Community Health Workers, Health Educators and Medical Case Managers.

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Location & Map

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Academic Building, Room 1302
125 Paterson Street
New Brunswick, NJ
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Planning Committee

Peter Oates, RN, MSN, NP-C, ACRN
Heidi Haiken, MSW, MPH, LCSWPeter Oates, RN, MSN, NP-C, ACRN
Michelle Thompson
Kourtney Pulliam, MPH

Planners and Speakers have no conflicts of interest to disclose regarding this educational activity.

There is no commercial support or sponsorship for this activity.


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