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0.50 CME CE: Discusses the when and how of switching antiretroviral therapy based on safety and efficacy data for 31 yo with HIV. Exp 10/19/22
This case study will focus on the importance of HIV testing throughout the patient’s pregnancy as well as eventual diagnosis and treatment of her child to showcase how clinicians can integrate best practices and translate data to practice when treating pediatric patients with HIV.
The final installment includes a case study on Luke, a 41-year-old man, diagnosed with HIV 20 years ago, that will show learners how to effectively translate new knowledge of current and emerging treatments into their clinical practice.
1 CME Family practice-focused guide to optimal recognition and management of influenza in the complex COVID-19 era. Exp 10/25/22
0.75 CME CE: In part 3 of this series, faculty discuss best practices for navigating the clinical trial landscape of ALS gene therapies. Exp 4/12/23
2.00 CME: Video/audio/whiteboard format modeled after subway map, allowing for structured learning or self-directed educational experience. Exp 11/19/22
0.50 CME/CE: Patient case highlights best way to engage at-risk older adults in discussions about HIV prevention strategies, including PrEP. Exp 11/24/2022
0.50 CME/CE: Case study from Dr. Kelley from Emory discusses taking a patient’s sexual and substance use history and initiating PrEP. Exp 11/24/2022
0.50 CME: Dr. Ogbuagu of Yale discusses the case of a transgender woman and how to apply clinical trial data to decision-making about PrEP. Exp 12/7/22
0.50 CME/CPE Expert faculty discuss clinical trial outcomes and how to apply them to treatment decision-making to improve utilizing PrEP. Exp 12/29/22
0.50 CME/CPE: This 30-minute webcast addresses racial disparities and the implementation of strategies to increase HIV testing and PrEP initiation. Exp 12/29/22
1.50 CME CE: A review of safety of IBD therapies in relation to serious and opportunistic infections and an update on vaccination guidelines. Exp 12/31/22