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Healthy children

PentaTr@ining: sharing knowledge

Healthy mothers and babies

PentaTr@ining: sharing experience

Healthy futures

PentaTr@ining: sharing research

Enjoying learning

PentaTr@ining: building lasting networks

Online E-Learning

‘PentaTr@ining 2020’ builds on the success of previous ‘Tr@inforPedHIV’ courses and now includes congenital infections. The online modules are highly interactive and focus on case based teaching.

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Residential Learning

The face to face workshops embrace a true collegiate spirit – maximising teacher/student interaction, encouraging delegates to be proactive participants and consolidating the knowledge acquired during the online course.

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Virtual Live Training Day

This will be an opportunity to bring delegates and faculty members together ‘virtually’ for a day of fun and interactive clinical case based discussions, presentations and quizzes!

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PentaTr@ining: ‘HIV & Other Congenital Infections’

PentaTr@ining (formerly ‘Tr@inforPedHIV’) started for the first time in 2005, in the framework of the partnership between Penta and the European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID). It is a training programme for healthcare professionals caring for children, adolescents and pregnant women living with HIV and congenital infections.

Who We Are

PentaTr@ining is unique in its learning system as it incorporates an e-learning section into the teaching. At the beginning, the course was designed to address topics related to the treatment of children with HIV/AIDS in Western and Eastern Europe, but the great success of the first experiences led the organisers to readapt and export it also to low and middle income countries, in a variety of international settings including Africa, Asia and Latin America. This has given the chance to many more clinicians and healthcare professionals to meet, share knowledge and benefit from this experience.
Since 2008 it has been part of the Oxford Paediatric Infectious Diseases Diploma.

PentaTr@ining 2005 - present



PentaTr@ining 2005 - present