The North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) offers ongoing educational opportunities for healthcare providers on a variety of subjects. The Division of Sexually Transmitted and Bloodborne Diseases also offers on-site education such as agency presentations as requested. Contact the HIV.STI.Viral Hepatitis Prevention Coordinator, Sarah Weninger at firstname.lastname@example.org, today with your training needs.
Lunch and Learns
The Division of Sexually Transmitted and Bloodborne Diseases hosts Lunch and Learns presentations every 4th Wednesday of the month at 12pm for one hour. These presentations are often recorded and archived on this webpage. Each presentation is approved for 1 CEU from the North Dakota Board of Nursing. To earn the CEU, participants must take the post-test which is available for two weeks after each presentation.
- Respecting Identity to Improve Patient Outcomes in the Dakotas: September 22nd, 2021 @ 12:00pm CT: Register Here
- Slides: Coming Soon
- Recording: Coming Soon
- Post - Test
August 2021:New! 2021 STI Treatment Guidelines
July 2021: HCV Treatment in Primary Care Settings
June 2021: Gaining Access to Care
May 2021: Overcoming Cultural Barriers and Improving Care for Transgender Patients
April 2021: Behavioral Strategies and Assessment for Sexual Health
March 2021: Essential Components for Elimination of Tuberculosis
February 2021: Let's Talk About - Sex Without Being Awkward?
January 2021: What's New in STIs!
December 2020: No Presentation
November 2020: HIV and Persons Who Inject Drugs
October 2020: TB & Diabetes: Diabetes in ND and Risks and Recommendations
September 2020: Intimate Partner Violence: Can Abusers Really Change?
August 2020: An Unusual Case of Shock in a 5 Week Old Male
July 2020: It's Universal! Hepatitis C Screening Recommendation Updates
The North Dakota Department of Health hosted a symposium on June 4-6, 2019 at the Radisson Hotel in Bismarck, ND. This event had presenters from around the state and country to discuss issues important to HIV, STD, TB and Viral Hepatitis. Presentations are available by clicking here.