Improving LGBTQ+ Knowledge in Phlebotomy
2-day Hands-On Training in Blood Collection for HIV Service Providers
Project Lead: Deanna Lewis, DrPH, Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health
Services are fully funded through the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009, administered by the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA), HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB). Ryan White funding fills gaps in care not covered by other resources.
HIV Prevention | Phlebotomy Training
This introductory 2-day workshop will consist of a minimum of one (1) hour of pre-course work and a minimum of eight (8) hours of direct, onsite training to include didactic and hands-on lab skills. The goal of the didactic and hands-on skills lab sessions include core competency development in the performance of blood collection methods (phlebotomy) using proper techniques and standard precautions. This Includes the proper identification and use of vacuum collection devices, syringes, butterfly needles and specimen collection on adults. Emphasis on infection prevention, cultural competency/bedside manner, patient identification, specimen labeling, quality assurance, specimen handling, processing, professionalism, ethics, and medical terminology.
The instructional methodology will be founded on adult learning theory to include experiential learning and Direct Observational Procedure Skills (DOPS).
1) identify and develop the primary learning outcomes; 2) identify the core learning domains required to achieve the primary learning outcomes; and 3) develop assessments and instructional activities to teach core domains and assess student performance.
Instructional Goals and Purposes:
The purpose of this course is to teach and develop the skill of blood collection.
Core Learning Domains:
Download the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program - Part B Manual