HIV Waiting Room

Test Your Skills in Managing These Patients

Three-part CME Series - Earn 1.5 Total Credits

This series of 3 unique, case-based, interactive online activities was developed to improve the care of patients with HIV. The instructional design incorporates the latest evidence-based guidelines for HIV management into clinical scenarios of different patient populations. Case topics cover treatment initiation, rapid antiretroviral therapy (ART) protocols, considerations for people with substance use, switching regimens for simplification or comorbidities, and treatment and adherence in transgender patients. Sample patient types include:

 

          - A newly diagnosed transgender female (NOW AVAILABLE!)

          - A newly diagnosed young male who has sex with men (MSM) with a   

            history of recreational drug use (NOW AVAILABLE!)

          - A well-informed, HIV treatment-experienced patient looking for

            updates on switching regimens and emerging approaches to treatment (COMING SOON!)

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

 

 

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

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HIV Waiting Room: Newly diagnosed transgender woman

Test Your Skills in Managing These Patients

Bruce Hinton PA-C, AAHIVMS; Carole Pindaro, APRN
MODULE 1
Begin Activity

credit amount 0.50

credit type CME

expiration 10/31/2020

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HIV Waiting Room: Newly diagnosed young MSM with a history of recreational drug use

Test Your Skills in Managing These Patients

Christian B. Ramers, MD, MPH; Richard A. Elion, MD, MA
MODULE 2
Begin Activity

credit amount 0.50

credit type CME

expiration 11/15/2020

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HIV Waiting Room: Well-informed, HIV treatment-experienced patient looking for updates on switching regimens and emerging approaches to treatment

Test Your Skills in Managing These Patients

Carlos Del Rio, MD; Richard A. Elion, MD, MA
MODULE 3
Coming Soon

credit amount 0.50

credit type CME

expiration 11/22/2020

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Test Your Skills in Managing These Patients