Healthy Woman e-Curriculum
The Healthy Woman e-Curriculum unit contains 4 health education content modules. There is also a tutorial on how to navigate the modules. The content modules are supported by Articulate Storyline 2 and the app can be downloaded for free.
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Navigating the Modules
Healthy Woman: Part I
Healthy Woman: Part II
Healthy Woman: Part III
Healthy Woman: Part iV
Navigating the Modules:
This module takes you through the Healthy Woman content layout, and steps for navigating through the Healthy Woman e-Curriclum.
Healthy Woman Part I: Understanding Be-PrEPared:
Be-PrEPared was developed to increase knowledge and awareness about HIV/AIDS Prevention and PrEP for women of color utilizing a comprehensive women's approach. The background, guiding principles, and goals and objectives of Be-PrEPared are addressed in this module.
Healthy Woman Part II: HIV/AIDS Among Women of Color:
HIV is the virus that causes AIDS. The module provides you with information about the development of the diseases and its impact on women of color.
Healthy Woman Part III: Being PrEPared:
In 2012, The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of the drug Truvada to prevent the spread of HIV. Taking Truvada prior to HIV exposure is an effective way to prevent acquiring the virus that causes AIDS. This module will provide you with more information about the pill used to prevent HIV/AIDS among women of color.
Healthy Woman Part IV: Taking Charge:
Additional resources for HIV testing, accessing PrEP and assessing risk factors are found in this module.
Be-PrEPared Increasing Knowledge & Awareness about HIV/AIDS and PrEP utilizing a Comprehensive Women’s Health Approach was funded by Gilead Sciences. Funds are not used to promote or purchase Truvada for PrEP as an HIV biomedical prevention strategy. The Be-PrEPared health education curriculum, Stories in Sisterhood and educational resources were created to raise knowledge and awareness about HIV/AIDS prevention efforts. This includes the use of biomedical prevention strategies such as PrEP, and to increase capacity for addressing health disparities and negative health outcomes among cis and trans women of color.
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