Mountain West AIDS Education and Training Center
RiverStone Health offers free HIV/AIDS education and training for healthcare professionals in Montana through a partnership with the Mountain West AIDS Education and Training Center (MWAETC) at the University of Washington.
Our programs teach prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of HIV and related co-morbidities, such as hepatitis B and C and STIs. We also provide training to incorporate sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) language in practice and to reduce the impact of implicit bias on health outcomes.
Seminars, lectures, workshops and other technical assistance can be in-person or virtual, depending on current COVID-19 guidelines.
Since 2002, we have proudly provided training to thousands of healthcare professionals across Montana.
Request a training here or call Program Manager Molly Hale at 406.247.3320 or AETC Program Coordinator Rhianna Tretin at 406.247.2115
- Advanced practice nurses
- Physician assistants
- Oral health professionals
MWAETC’s Principal Investigator, University of Washington Professor of Medicine Dr. David Spach, has led the development of three federally funded online curricula offering free continuing education credits (CME, CNE, pharmacology CE for advanced practice nurses, and CE contact hours) to novice and expert healthcare professionals on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of infectious diseases.
AIDS Clinical Conference (ACC) is a popular monthly lecture series. Click here to register for the free monthly webinar, join the mailing list, or view archived webinars.
MWAETC HIV ECHO is a weekly online session that uses interactive video to provide real-time clinical consultations between community providers and a multidisciplinary panel of experts. To learn more or to access archived presentations, visit the MWAETC ECHO page.Mountain West AIDS Education and Training Center
Billings, Montana 59101
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8am-5pm