This activity is intended for healthcare providers who actively treat/manage patients with HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B/C, and/or HIV/Hepatitis Coinfection. There are no prerequisites.


OPMAN XXVIII Is Going Virtual!!

Please join us online for the rescheduled 2020 Optimal Management of HIV Disease and Hepatitis Clinical Conference. Despite the delays to safely conduct the conference, we have a fantastic program planned with our superb faculty and will stay true to the OPMAN style of enlightening presentations, followed by plenty of discussion among the faculty and an opportunity for participants to ask questions.

The conference will now be held virtually on two separate Saturdays this fall. On Saturday, October 31st we are pleased to have our HIV faculty present, engage in panel discussion and address questions from the audience. Saturday, November 7th will focus on hepatitis and include our hepatitis faculty’s presentations, discussions and Q&A. Each day will include faculty discussion on COVID-19.

We are looking forward to the virtual conference, but we also are looking forward to the opportunity to see you again in person in the future.

Register by mail

Registration is opening soon, so please check back.


HIV: Saturday, October 31, 2020; 9:30AM – 2:00PM ET
Hepatitis: Saturday, November 7, 2020; 9:30AM – 2:00PM ET
Please register to join us online
for the virtual conference this year.

Please contact Meghan Colaiacovo for more information: or 813-925-7171.


Michael S. Saag, MD

Professor and Director
Center for AIDS Research
Associate Dean for Global Health
University of Alabama Birmingham
Birmingham, Alabama

Mark S. Sulkowski, MD

Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Director, Infectious Diseases
Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
Baltimore, Maryland
The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine fully complies with the legal requirements of the ADA and the rules and regulations thereof.
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Jointly provided by the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care and Duquesne University School of Pharmacy.