In partnership with the South Central AIDS and Education Training and Amarillo College Center for Continuing Healthcare Education, PASO proudly hosts the annual HIV/AIDS Symposium. This educational event is an opportunity for professionals to present current findings, case studies, and information on advancements in treating patients who are HIV positive. Medical professionals, community members, and individuals who attend the HIV/AIDS Symposium increase their awareness of the healthcare issues associated specifically with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

Who Attends the HIV/AIDS Symposium?

Any and all who want to learn more about treating individuals who have contracted the virus are welcome to attend the HIV/AIDS Symposium. Professionals seeking continuing education credits can receive accredited CEUs at no cost.

In addition to medical and social professionals, such as doctors, nurses, social case workers, medical specialists, and licensed professional counselors, the general public is also invited to attend this free event. PASO board members, staff, and volunteers attend the seminar and ensure that attendees are accommodated with educational materials, breakfast, lunch, coffee, and beverages throughout the day.

What Is Discussed at the Symposium?

The objective of the event is to improve the quality of life for patients living with HIV/AIDS through high quality professional education and training. This symposium provides up-to-date information on the management of HIV disease, as well as addressing challenges associated with improving the quality of life of patients living with HIV/AIDS. Speakers present timely topics especially selected to increase participants’ knowledge of current and ongoing HIV/AIDS issues in areas of healthcare and mental health.

The HIV/AIDS Symposium, including educational materials, CEUs, and meals and refreshments are provided to attendees at no cost. To learn more about the HIV/AIDS Symposium call Wendy Miller (1.806.372.1050 ext. 102) or Ellie Saadat (1.806.372.1050 ext. 112).