Description:This virtual extensive three dayCME HIV clinical training program consists of two didactic days on Monday and Tuesday May 10-11, 2021 and one clinical training day on Friday May 21, 2021
On the first two days, expert faculty discuss cutting-edge topics such as outpatient management, antiretroviral use, clinical use of resistance assays, co-morbidities including Hepatitis C and STIs, management of women, perinatal transmission, psychosocial, substance use and legal issues.
The thrid day will be virtual or in person depending on the requirements of infection control for COVID-19. Virtual clinical day will be a case discussion with 2-3 HIV expert faculty with active participant discussion. The in-person observation will be spent in Drexel's HIV clinic. The clinical date is arranged by Susan Thompson, 267.847.6396, email@example.com
The target audience is physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists, nurses and dentists. This course is designed for clinicians who are providing or plan to provide HIV care. Continuing Medical Education credits are offered. This course is limited to 6-8 participants.
Faculty, CME Accreditation and disclosure are listed on the attached brochure
Questions: Call Susan Thompson@267-847-6396
A variety of the listed topics will be discussed at this event.
Adult and adolescent antiretroviral treatment
Aging and HIV
Antiretroviral treatment adherence, including viral load suppression