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These accredited continuing education webcasts will be presented by HIV specialists who practice in the Southern United States. Geographically appropriate topics and practical strategies such as Adolescence, Sexual and Gender Minorities and Cisgender Women populations will be discussed.
This accredited continuing education webcast archive was presented by HIV specialists who practice in the southern United States. Geographically appropriate topics and practical strategies within sexual and gender minorities such as ending the HIV epidemic, HIV/STI screening, and HIV prevention/treatment considerations are discussed.
Recognizing and discussing significant developments and strategies in ART places healthcare professionals at the forefront of HIV care. In addition, new frontiers for HIV therapy continue to be explored, as underscored by the clinical development of long-acting regimens and first-in-class antiretroviral agents.
This activity will provide a discussion-based format, from an innovative HIV clinic, to discuss the advantages and limitations of current ART, the implementation of new ART classes/formulations, and the impact new drugs/formulations have on ART management.
This program will use a case-based format that incorporates the patient voice to discuss patient treatment concerns, translatability of recent study results to clinical practice, and management strategies to improve patient outcomes.
As our understanding of HIV and HIV therapy progress, so do our management approaches. Learning about concerns/barriers that patients with HIV face can lead to improved individualized outcomes as well as place the healthcare professional at the forefront of HIV care.
New frontiers for HIV therapy continue to be explored, as underscored by the clinical development and use of new agents, changing regimen strategies and development of long-acting novel agents. This expanding era of simplified and effective HIV therapy presents physicians with many new opportunities and challenges for providing care. To deliver state-of-the-art HIV prevention and care, healthcare providers must stay informed regularly of new clinical data and treatment recommendations in HIV.
This educational Quarterly Brief, covering HIV data from January through March of 2022 will discuss the most clinically relevant information regarding PrEP, HIV cure, treatment experienced patients, long-acting ART and comorbidities.
Patient-focused care is the core of contemporary management of HIV. Understanding patient challenges as well as listening and learning about their concerns/barriers can improve HIV care outcomes and expectations. This case-based program will incorporate the patient voice into HIV management approaches for metabolic and cardiovascular comorbidities, long-term ART strategies, and transgender persons.
The state-of-the-art approach to HIV management continues to evolve as regular advances in basic science and clinical research lay the foundation for future trends. This program provides a forum for discussion of current controversies in the field, including vaccines and HIV, long-term HIV management, weight/metabolic considerations with ART, what antiretrovirals to select for women, and other hot topics in HIV clinical management.