EATG » M-Care training in Brussels, 10-14 November 2016 – Apply now!

M-Care training in Brussels, 10-14 November 2016 – Apply now!

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The EATG and EATAN now invite all who are interested to apply to participate in our M-CARE Training held in Brussels on 10-14 November 2016

The four-day training is intended for advocates and treatment activists from migrant communities in Europe, with specific focus on sub-Saharan African communities, who are keen to make a difference by contributing to a stronger involvement of migrant communities in research, access programs, and early testing initiatives; as well as to fight HIV, HCV, TB related stigma and discrimination towards and within the community, which will lead to an enhanced quality of life for migrants living in Europe.

Download and complete the application form here: M-Care Participants Application Form-2

The Training will cover the following topics:

  • Prevalence, pathology and transmission routes of HIV, HCV and TB among migrant communities in Europe
  • Treatment of HIV, HCV and TB and approaches to overcome existing barriers to treatment and care for migrant communities in Europe
  • Diagnostics of HIV, HCV and TB and approaches to overcome existing barriers to testing for migrant communities in Europe
  • Clinical Research and participation of migrant communities in clinical trials
  • Patient’s rights and doctor-Pptient relationship
  • Addressing stigma and discrimination towards and within the migrant community
  • Mapping of key stakeholders and developing advocacy strategies to engage with them

Please don’t hesitate to contact training officer Kristjan Jachnowitsch or EATAN Executive Director Denis Onyango if you have questions about the M-Care training.

Download and complete the application form here: M-Care Participants Application Form-2

Information and guidelines for participants: M-Care Guidelines for Participants-2

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