Dominique Reminick, MA

Clinical Regional Coordinator, California Prevention Training Center (CAPTC)
 

Ms. Reminick's lifelong commitment to serving the community has led her to positions in social work, counseling, public safety, and health advocacy. She joined the Curry International Tuberculosis Center at UCSF, directing logistics for TB training and technical assistance efforts throughout the western US. She played a key role in providing editorial support for materials such as the Ministry of Health Uganda National Guidelines for the Programmatic Management of Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, 2nd Edition (2015) and Drug Resistant Tuberculosis: A Survival Guide for Clinicians, 3rd Edition (2016). In her current position, she is responsible for coordinating all clinical training and technical assistance activities in CAPTC’s assigned 5 state region (Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and New Mexico) in the areas of STD screening, diagnosis, and treatment.

 

Education:

  • University College Dublin, Master of Arts in Cognitive Science