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COURSE OUTLINE:

  • Case Study for Potential Risk of HIV Transmission in Barbering
  • HIV Disease Overview
  • Classifications of HIV Infection
  • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  • Disease States and Symptoms HIV Infection
  • HIV Virology
  • HIV Pathophysiology
  • AIDS Overview
  • Oral Manifestation of AIDS
  • AIDS/HIV  Transmission
  • HIV Prevalence Estimates
  • AIDS Diagnoses
  • Clinical Management and HIV/AIDS Prevention for Barbers
  • Barbering Workforce Risk Factors
  • Maintaining Appropriate Behavior and Accommodation in the Workplace
  • HIV/AIDS Challenges for the Business Community

Course Objectives:

Upon the completion of this class the student will be able to:  

  1. Define the risks of HIV transmission in the barbering profession;
  2. Understand the scope and depth of HIV/AIDS;
  3. Decipher the classifications of HIV infection;
  4. Recognize disease states and symptoms of HIV infection;
  5. Comprehend the terminology Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome;
  6. Recall the virology and pathophysiology components of HIV;
  7. Discuss the transmission and  oral manifestations of AIDS;
  8. Recite current statistics of the emergence of HIV/AIDS transmission and diagnosis;
  9. Recall the modes of transmission of HIV/AIDS;
  10. Identify workforce implications;
  11. Understand disinfection and sanitation procedures;
  12. Identify clinical management and prevention procedures for barbers; and
  13. Recognize barbering workforce risk factors associated with HIV/AIDS.

 

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