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Expert insight and analysis providing information directly relevant to HIV care, through topic-focused newsletters summarizing the peer-reviewed literature and accompanying podcasts to illustrate how to apply that information in the clinic.
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    COVID-19: The Morbidity/Mortality Risk

    COVID-19: The Morbidity/Mortality Risk

    Are PLWH at higher risk for increased mortality from COVID-19 infection? How important is it for PWLH to get vaccinated and boosted? Is breakthrough COVID-19 infection more likely to occur among PLWH? What about “long COVID” (PASC)?
    Join Clinical Research Nurse Diane Kanjilal, manager of the Infectious Disease Clinical Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital, as we discuss these questions in this eHIV Review podcast.
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    • 22 min
    Clinical Uses of LA Injectable ART

    Clinical Uses of LA Injectable ART

    Long-acting injectable antiretroviral therapy is expected to improve adherence, reduce patient burden, and lower community viral load. But for which patients is it suitable? Can it be used as pre-exposure prophylaxis? How does the promise of long-acting ART actually mean in practice?
    Join us for this eHIV Review podcast, as Dr. Tanyaporn Wansom, Senior Infectious Diseases Consultant at Chayun Consulting in Bangkok Thailand, takes us to the clinic to answer some of these key questions
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    • 25 min
    Adolescents & Young Adults: Engaging the Vulnerable 20%

    Adolescents & Young Adults: Engaging the Vulnerable 20%

    Twenty percent of new HIV diagnoses occur among adolescents and young adults. They’re a population underserved by HIV prevention resources, with lower retention in HIV care. Their awareness and uptake of PrEP has been and remains low. What can their clinicians do to more effectively help these vulnerable young people?  
    Join Dr. Luis Rubio from University of California San Francisco as we explore these and other important issues in this eHIV Review podcast. 
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    • 19 min
    Rapid ART: Benefits and Clinical Considerations

    Rapid ART: Benefits and Clinical Considerations

    Rapid ART — initiating ART as soon as possible after an HIV diagnosis: How effective is it at bringing people with newly diagnosed HIV into lasting care? When and how should it be initiated? Are there particular populations where attempting rapid ART should be avoided?  
    Join us as we discuss these issues with Dr. Jonathan Colasanti from Atlanta’s Emory University and Grady Health System, in this eHIV Review podcast. 
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    • 24 min
    Engaging Undocumented Latinx People In HIV Care

    Engaging Undocumented Latinx People In HIV Care

    Undocumented LatinX immigrants are a special population facing many difficulties that hinder their engagement in HIV care and prevention. One obvious barrier is language: many undocumented immigrants do not understand either spoken or written English. Many may have never received routine medical care before and can be baffled by the complexities of the medical system. Insurance status and financial concerns are additional barriers. Finally, HIV-related stigma and fear of disclosure of their HIV and/or immigration status can prevent undocumented Latinx immigrants from engaging in HIV care and prevention.  
    How can clinicians most effectively help these individuals receive proper care? Join us as we find out, with Dr. Kathleen Page and nurse Owen Smith from Johns Hopkins University, in this eHIV Review podcast. 
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    • 23 min
    Critical Factors When Switching ART

    Critical Factors When Switching ART

    Better tolerability. More convenient dosing. Less serious side effects. Fewer potential drug-drug interactions. These are some of the most common reasons why individuals living with HIV want or need to change their currently successful ART regimens. 
    But what do clinicians need to consider when determining which ART to switch to? What role do the patient’s comorbidities play in the selection process? How do changes in the patient’s condition not related to HIV affect the safety and efficacy of their current regimen? What does the evidence say? 
    Join us in this eHIV Review podcast for a case-based discussion with Dr. Natasha Chida, from the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, about these increasingly important issues. 
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