Become a Prescriber
ASHM offers prescriber courses for healthcare professionals to gain knowledge and skills for prescribing medications for HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C.
The s100 Prescriber Programs provide in-depth training and ongoing support, and other resources include clinical guidelines, educational materials, research publications, and decision making materials.
The process for becoming an HIV or hepatitis B s100 prescriber involves several steps:
Complete the required education or apply for recognition of prior learning: you must complete specific courses on the management and treatment of HIV and/or hepatitis B and pass the post course assessment.
Apply for approval: you can then apply for approval. This involves submitting an application form provided by us. This gets reviewed by a committee or panel and/or recommendation to the relevant state or territory body.
Participate in ongoing learning: to maintain your prescribing authority, you must participate in ongoing CPD education.
Overall, becoming an s100 prescriber involves completing specific education and training requirements, submitting an application for approval, and participating in ongoing education and training to maintain prescribing authority.
Explore ASHM’s prescriber maps for hepatitis B, PrEP, and HIV.
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