Leadership Training Institute
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The Leadership Training Institute develops and delivers an innovative combination of evidence-based and practice- based trainings that build individual competencies and technical expertise among staff who work in the HIV/AIDS landscape and other health disparities; strengthen organizational capacities; and enable supportive structural environments that are critical to the foundation and operation of HIV prevention programs and services and an improved quality of life for the most marginalized groups.
The Leadership Institute provides evidence-based, culturally competent, linguistically and educationally appropriate trainings and technical assistance around community mobilization, policy, prevention, education, and structural interventions, to name a few, all aimed at ensuring that HIV prevention and treatment services organizations and their staff are equipped with the knowledge, tools, and skills to improve the delivery of HIV prevention, testing, linkage to and retention in HIV medical care; improve linkage to essential social support services for PWH and HIV-negative persons who are at the greatest risk of becoming infected; and enhance the health and quality of life of PWH.
The primary focus of the project is to address programmatic challenges to effectively plan, integrate, implement, and sustain HIV prevention programs and services. Workshops are implemented on site at NBLCA Headquarters in NYC as well as in-person around New York State. interactive web-based seminars are also available. Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Community Mobilization
- Addressing Bias and Stigma in Medicine
- Supporting the Needs of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Clients
- Trauma Informed Care
- Addressing Mental Health in Care
- Stakeholder Engagement
- The Social Determinants of Health
- The Conscientious Clinician
- Expanding Access to PrEP/PEP
Training participants also receive a resource guide to support them in effectively implementing the strategies outlined in the trainings in which they have participated. Where possible, Black Health conducts a follow-up meeting with participants and/or organizations to assess shifts in knowledge and attitude, as well as short- and long-term organizational impact.