Clinical Training

Clinical Training

Established in 1979, the Denver STD/HIV Prevention Training Center (Denver PTC) provides state-of-the-art clinical training to providers who diagnose, treat and manage sexually transmitted diseases. While some programs, like the STD Grand Rounds Satellite Program, are national or international in scope, the Denver PTC primarily focuses on serving clinicians in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and Utah. Our program is affiliated with the Denver Metro Health Clinic, the region's largest STD clinic.

Offering a mix of experiential and didactic training, PTC Clinical programs, -- including STD/HIV Updates, 3-Day STD Intensive Courses, Wet Prep Workshops, Client-Centered Counseling Workshops and others -- are accredited for Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Nursing Education (CNE).   Many courses fill months in advance, so applicants are encouraged to register early!

To learn more about course content or upcoming training, please take a look at our course catalog or view our clinical course schedule

To find out more about our instructors and trainers, please take time to meet our staff and faculty.

Coming to Denver for one of our courses? Find information on lodging, restaurants, weather and attractions.

Looking for non-clinical Behavioral Intervention Training? Please view the Overview for our Behavioral Intervention Training.

Looking for Partner Notification or Partner Services Training (ISTDI)? Please go to the Mid-America STD/HIV Prevention Center.

Looking for training outside of the Denver PTC region (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, WY)? Please go to the National Network of STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers.