How can we educate HIV AIDS?

Young people need to understand their risk and know how to protect themselves against HIV.

  1. Get educated. Learn the basic facts about HIV transmission, testing, and prevention.
  2. Get talking. Talk with parents, teachers, doctors, and other trusted adults about HIV and sexual health.
  3. Get tested for HIV.
  4. Get medicine.

Which is one of the most important strategies recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC for reducing the spread of HIV?

You can use strategies such as abstinence (not having sex), never sharing needles, and using condoms the right way every time you have sex. You may also be able to take advantage of HIV prevention medicines such as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP).

What are 6 general and basic prevention techniques to lower your risk of becoming infected with HIV?

How can I reduce my risk of getting HIV?

  • Get tested for HIV.
  • Choose less risky sexual behaviors.
  • Use condoms every time you have sex.
  • Limit your number of sexual partners.
  • Get tested and treated for STDs.
  • Talk to your health care provider about pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP).
  • Don’t inject drugs.

What are 5 ways HIV can be prevented?

How can I prevent HIV?

  • Use condoms. Male latex condoms are the most effective way to prevent HIV and other STIs when you have sex.
  • Get tested. Be sure you and your partner are tested for HIV and other STIs.
  • Be monogamous.
  • Limit your number of sexual partners.
  • Get vaccinated.
  • Don’t douche.
  • Do not abuse alcohol or drugs.

What are the guidelines for HIV?

The current US guidelines state: HIV treatment is recommended for anyone who is living with HIV, regardless of their CD4 count. HIV treatment can prevent transmission of HIV to others. Research has shown that taking HIV drugs as they are prescribed can reduce the amount of HIV in the blood and genital fluids.

How do you prevent HIV spread?

and oral sex.

  • Don’t Share Needles. Sharing needles or other injection equipment can put you at significant risk of getting HIV.
  • Take Preventive Medication.
  • Avoid Risky Behaviors.
  • Screen And Treat For HIV During Pregnancy.
  • What is HIV certification?

    Certification is one part of a process called credentialing. It focuses specifically on the individual and is an indication of current competence in a specialized area of practice. Board certification in HIV/AIDS nursing is highly valued and provides formal recognition of HIV/AIDS nursing knowledge.

    What is HIV awareness?

    HIV Awareness. HIV awareness days have been designated in the United States, and are also observed in many other countries. They provide an opportunity to educate communities around the world about the importance of HIV prevention, research, HIV testing, and the issues for particular population groups.