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Washington Physical Therapy AIDs Education

Applicants must complete seven (7) clock hours of AIDS education.

The regulatory entity will accept education and training that is consistent with the model curriculum available from the office on AIDS.

AIDS education and training must include, but is not limited to, the following: Etiology and epidemiology; testing and counseling; infection control guidelines; clinical manifestations and treatment; legal and ethical issues to include confidentiality; and psychosocial issues to include special population consideration.

Practitioners must:

    • Provide a written declaration that the minimum education and training has been completed;
    • Keep records for two (2) years documenting training and description of learning; and
    • Be prepared to validate, through submission of these records, that training has taken place.


WAC 246-915-110

WAC 246-12-270

WAC 246-12-280

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