HIV Care in 2016: Clinical Update and Vulnerable Populations

The purpose of this symposium is to provide health care providers with an update on the care and treatment of HIV-infected patients who are now living longer lives. Specifically, topics included will address: recent HIV treatment advances, management of HIV/Hep C co-infected patients, Hep C guideline update, pre-exposure prophylaxis, opioid replacement, retention models, and emerging issues in HIV. There will be a separate and second track for case managers, nurses, psychologists and substance abuse counselors who care for HIV-infected patients.

When May 02, 2016
from 08:00 AM to 04:30 PM
Where William and Ida Friday Center
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Event Objectives:
- Describe recent changes in HIV prevention and advances in treatment of HIV.
- Identify the complex medical issues in HIV/Hep C co-infected patients.
- Review the use of opiate replacement therapies with HIV patients.
- Discuss pain management strategies for the HIV patient population.
- Discuss the clinical practice guidelines for the use of post-exposure prophylaxis.
- Review the latest guideline update for the treatment of Hep C.

Who Should Attend?

Physician, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, case managers, mental health care providers, and anyone managing patients with HIV/AIDS

Event Fees:

Early Bird Registration Fee (before 4/4/16): $75.00 
Early Bird Registration Fee--Case Managers Only (before 4/4/16): $50.00 

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