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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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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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    Managing HIV Coinfections: HBV and TB

    Managing HIV Coinfections: HBV and TB

    Current ART regimens can successfully manage HIV infection in nearly all PLWH. But what happens when a patient with HIV is coinfected with a dangerous pathogen ART alone cannot handle? Two of the most common are hepatitis B and latent tuberculosis infection.
    Post-test for CME credits: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/203/test

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    • 33 min
    ART, HRT, Pregnancy, and Menopause in Women Living With HIV

    ART, HRT, Pregnancy, and Menopause in Women Living With HIV

    Pregnancy and menopause — for many women, these are two of the most significant healthcare events in their lives. For WLWH (women living with HIV) and their healthcare providers, managing these life-changing periods is often complicated by many questions.
    Post-test for CME credits: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/201

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    • 24 min
    Clinical Approaches to Marginalized Populations

    Clinical Approaches to Marginalized Populations

    In part 1 of this eHIV Review Special Edition (still available at eHIVreview.org), eHIV Review Program Director Justin Alves, Nurse Educator at Boston Medical Center, reviewed the recent evidence describing some of the barriers to care experienced by marginalized individuals at risk for or living with HIV. In this Part 2 issue, he again calls upon two front-line clinicians in the fight to end the HIV epidemic in the U.S. — Nicky Mehtani, MD, from UCSF Medical Center in San Francisco, and Vanessa Loukas, NP, from Boston University’s Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine —to share their clinical approaches.
    Post test for CME/CE credit: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/191/test

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    • 35 min
    Addressing the Needs of Marginalized Populations - Mehtani

    Addressing the Needs of Marginalized Populations - Mehtani

    Marginalized individuals at risk for or living with HIV — the formerly incarcerated, immigrants, people with unstable housing, residents of rural communities, the rising number with substance use disorder — have long faced disparities in obtaining adequate health care. What do HCPs need to know to understand the unique needs of these underserved populations? How can they provide meaningful, helpful, and culturally sensitive care? What barriers continue to prevent their being brought into the HIV care continuum?
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    • 4 min
    Addressing the Needs of Marginalized Populations - Loukas

    Addressing the Needs of Marginalized Populations - Loukas

    Marginalized individuals at risk for or living with HIV — the formerly incarcerated, immigrants, people with unstable housing, residents of rural communities, the rising number with substance use disorder — have long faced disparities in obtaining adequate health care. What do HCPs need to know to understand the unique needs of these underserved populations? How can they provide meaningful, helpful, and culturally sensitive care? What barriers continue to prevent their being brought into the HIV care continuum?
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    • 2 min
    HIV Stigma: A Psychologist’s Viewpoint

    HIV Stigma: A Psychologist’s Viewpoint

    A wealth of evidence confirms that adolescents and young adults (AYA) are indeed a priority population whose needs must be addressed for the US Ending the HIV Epidemic program to be successful. What do providers need to know about AYA to bring more of these patients into the HIV care continuum? What should they be doing? And what should they avoid doing?
    Join us as guest author Dr. Vincent Guilamo-Ramos from the Duke University School of Nursing answers these and other questions, in this issue of eHIV Review.
    Post test for CME/CE credit: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/183/test
    Companion newsletter: https://elit.dkbmed.com/issues/182

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    • 30 min

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