Minnesota MATEC provides health care professionals involved in the field of HIV clinical care and management with up to date educational opportunities.
Minnesota MATEC is located at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health Division of Epidemiology and Community Health. Minnesota MATEC is a local project site for the National AIDS Education & Training Centers (AETC) network of over 130 sites in all 50 states invested in educating health care professionals.
Minnesota MATEC’s regional headquarters are located at the University of Illinois, Chicago. With an array of experts in the field, Minnesota MATEC is able to tailor training opportunities for individuals, organizations, and institutions.
In FY 2017, 724 Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurses, Advance Practice Nurses, Pharmacists and Dentists received training.
In FY 2017, 620 hours of training were provided.
In FY 2017, 967 Impact Hours were produced.
Twin Cities AIDS Clinicians Meeting (TCAC) has been an important local source of information for 25 years.
HIV Interprofessional Educational Project (HIPEP) is a program that targets healthcare professionals in-training in anticipation of workforce shortages.