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  • Optimizing HIV Care Engagement for a Newly Diagnosed Young Black Man

    Lisa Hightow-Weidman MD, MPH - 5/12/2017
    In some cases, gaining trust may be the most important aspect of a patient’s care.
  • Initiating ART in a Hispanic MSM With Fear of Stigma and History of Depression

    Lisa Hightow-Weidman MD, MPH - 5/12/2017
    Understanding a patient’s life circumstances may be as important as any other aspect of providing good care.
  • ART Switch for Comorbidities in a Middle-Aged Black Woman

    Lisa Hightow-Weidman MD, MPH - 5/12/2017
    One-tablet regimens may not always be the best choice of ART, but the best choice is always the one the patient is willing to take.
  • Contemporary Management of HIV: Best Practices for ART Management and Optimizing Outcomes in Persons of Color

    In this downloadable slideset, Lisa Hightow-Weidman, MD, MPH, and Program Director Eric S. Daar, MD, review key data and offer evidence-based guidance on linking and retaining persons of color in HIV care.
    Date Posted: 5/9/2017
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    Panel Discussion of Challenging Patient Cases in HIV

    Led by Kathleen E. Squires, MD, a panel of experts discusses their approach to management and prevention of HIV infection in complex clinical scenarios.
    Faculty: Joseph J. Eron, Jr. MD, Monica Gandhi MD, MPH, W. David Hardy MD, Kathleen E. Squires MD
    Released: 5/1/2017
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    CCO Independent Conference Coverage: Clinical Impact of New Data From CROI 2017

    In this Expert Analysis, Joel E. Gallant, MD, MPH, and Charles B. Hicks, MD, provide an in-depth discussion of the most clinically relevant new data on the management of patients with HIV infection presented at CROI 2017.
    Faculty: Joel E. Gallant MD, MPH, Charles B. Hicks MD
    Released: 4/27/2017
  • Contemporary Management of HIV: New Data From CROI 2017

    In this downloadable slideset, Charles B. Hicks, MD, and Program Director Joseph J. Eron, Jr., MD, review key new HIV data presented at the Seattle 2017 meeting.

    Topics include:
    -Prevention
    -New data on currently available ART
    -Switch/simplification strategies for virologically suppressed patients
    -Investigational ARV agents
    -Treatment complications and comorbidities
    Date Posted: 4/26/2017
  • Contemporary Management of HIV: Management of HIV in Women

    In this downloadable slideset, Kathleen E. Squires, MD, and Program Director Joseph J. Eron, Jr., MD, review key data and optimal strategies in caring for HIV-infected women, including ART safety and efficacy in women, reproductive health management, ART and pregnancy, and preventing HIV infection in women.
    Date Posted: 4/25/2017
  • Contemporary Management of HIV: Management of Aging Patients

    In this downloadable slideset, Edgar Turner Overton, MD, and Program Director Joseph J. Eron, Jr., MD, review key data on managing aging patients with HIV.
    Date Posted: 4/24/2017
  • How New Data From CROI 2017 May Inform Switch Strategies in HIV-Infected Patients With Poor Bone Health

    Charles B. Hicks MD - 4/21/2017
    Is switching TDF to TAF justified in osteopenic women?
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