Trending Clinical Issues Influencing HIV Practice Today

An Online and Mobile Mini-Curriculum

 

The four online, mobile mini-curricula listed below have been designed to address identified knowledge and practice gaps among infectious disease and HIV specialists, with the overall goal of the program to improve the care of patients with HIV.

 

Module 1: Principles of Initiating or Switching Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) to Maximize Convenience and Tolerability: Testing your Knowledge

Module 2: New Tools in the Toolbox: Where Will 2-Drug Regimens and Long-Acting Agents Fit?

Module 3: Ending the HIV Epidemic: Can a Shift to Rapid-ART Get Us There? 

Module 4: A Practical Approach to Addressing Mental Health in HIV 

 

Target Audience

The educational design of this activity addresses the needs of physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners involved in the treatment of patients with HIV.

 

Educational Objectives

After completing these activities, the participant should be better able to:

• Implement rapid ART regimens to initiate treatment quickly, optimize viral suppression and reduce HIV transmission

• Utilize switching strategies to individualize treatment and improve clinical outcomes, adherence, and tolerability

• Discuss efficacy, safety, and potential place in therapy of new and emerging long-acting agents and 2-drug regimens

• Implement screening and appropriate treatment strategies for depression in patients with HIV to optimize adherence and retention in care

 

This activity is jointly provided by Global Education Group and Integritas Communications.

 

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc.

credit amount 0.25

credit type CME

expiration 10/01/2021

New Tools in the Toolbox

Where Will 2-Drug Regimens and Long-Acting Agents Fit?

Richard Elion, MD
MODULE 2
Begin Activity

credit amount 0.25

credit type CME

expiration 10/01/2021

Ending the HIV Epidemic

Can a Shift to Rapid-ART Get Us There?

Jonathan A. Colasanti, MD, MSPH
MODULE 3
Begin Activity

credit amount 0.50

credit type CME

expiration 10/21/2021

A Practical Approach to Addressing Mental Health in HIV

An Online and Mobile Mini-Curriculum

Richard Elion, MD; Glenn Jordan Treisman, MD, PhD
MODULE 4
Begin Activity

credit amount 0.50

credit type CME

expiration 11/12/2021

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Trending Clinical Issues Influencing HIV Practice Today