HIV

Best practices in the care of patients infected with HIV continue to evolve. Healthcare providers depend on HIV CME (continuing medical education) to help them successfully manage patients with this disease. Key areas for education include optimal antiretroviral regimens for newly diagnosed and virologically suppressed patients as well as those with drug-resistant infection. Long-term care considerations for patients infected with HIV and prevention options for people at high risk for HIV infection are also areas in which education is essential. With expert-led educational initiatives, conference coverage, and case-based learning opportunities, medical practitioners can stay educated on evolving treatment options and learn about advances in HIV prevention through HIV CME and CE.

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