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2014 ACTHIV Conference

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2014 ACTHIV Conference

Initial Evaluation of an HIV Patient: Initiating Antiretroviral Therapy (When, What and How)

  • Rajesh T. Gandhi, MD
    Director of HIV Clinical Services and Education
    Massachusetts General Hospital
Resource ID:CM343
Original Presentation:05/08/2014
Web Posting:10/07/2014
Overview
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The Epidemiology of HIV and its Relevance to the Clinician

  • Patrick Sullivan, DVM, PhD
    Co-Director of the Prevention Sciences Core at Emory’s Center for AIDS Research
    Emory University
Resource ID:CM348
Original Presentation:05/08/2014
Web Posting:10/07/2014
Overview
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Chronic Complications of HIV Disease

  • Pablo Tebas, MD
    Director, AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (ACTU)
    University of Pennsylvania
Resource ID:CM344
Original Presentation:05/08/2014
Web Posting:10/07/2014
Overview
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Hepatitis C: Epidemiology, Transmission, and Screening

  • Jennifer Price, MD
    Assistant Professor of Medicine
    University of California San Francisco
Resource ID:CM345
Original Presentation:05/09/2014
Web Posting:10/07/2014
Overview
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Current State of Treatment for HCV

  • Nancy Reau, MD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    University of Chicago
Resource ID:CM347
Original Presentation:05/09/2014
Web Posting:10/07/2014
Overview
5

Aging, Women, and HIV

  • Monica Gandhi, MD, MPH
    Clinic Director, “Ward 86” HIV Clinic, San Francisco General Hospital
    University of California, San Francisco
  • Gina Brown
    Medical Case Manager
    Priority Health Care, Inc.
Resource ID:CM346
Original Presentation:05/09/2014
Web Posting:10/07/2014
Overview
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HIV Prevention with Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
  • Demetre C Daskalakis, MD, MPH
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Medical Director, HIV Program
    Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York City
Resource ID:CM342
Original Presentation:05/03/2014
Web Posting:08/26/2014
Overview
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HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis in the Real World CE Available
  • Demetre C Daskalakis, MD, MPH
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Medical Director, HIV Program
    Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York City
Resource ID:CM340
Original Presentation:04/08/2014
Web Posting:08/18/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Long-Acting Next-Generation PrEP Agents to Prevent Infection with HIV CE Available
  • Martin Markowitz, MD
    Clinical Director and Staff Investigator, the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center
    Aaron Diamond Professor at the Rockefeller University
Resource ID:CM341
Original Presentation:04/08/2014
Web Posting:08/18/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Advances in the Treatment and Prevention of HIV Infection: CROI 2014, Focus on ART CE Available
  • Roy M. Gulick, MD, MPH
    Professor of Medicine, Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases
    Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City
Resource ID:CM338
Original Presentation:03/11/2014
Web Posting:08/18/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Virologic and Immunologic Monitoring in HIV-positive Adults: Updated New York State Guidelines CE Available
  • Samuel T. Merrick, MD
    Medical Director, Center for Special Studies
    New York Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY
Resource ID:CM339
Original Presentation:03/11/2014
Web Posting:08/18/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute HIV: A Stitch in Time? CE Available
  • Rajesh T. Gandhi, MD
    Director of HIV Clinical Services and Education
    Massachusetts General Hospital
Resource ID:CM337
Original Presentation:02/11/2014
Web Posting:08/04/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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The HIV Epidemic in NYC and the Nation: What the Numbers Tell Us CE Available
  • Blayne Cutler, MD, PhD
    Assistant Commissioner
    Bureau of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control, NYC Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene
Resource ID:CM336
Original Presentation:02/11/2014
Web Posting:08/04/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Anal Cancer Screening and Prevention: Diagnosis, Treatment and Helpful Tips for HIV Providers CE Available
  • Naomi Jay, RN, NP, PhD
    Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing, UCSF School of Nursing
    University of California, San Francisco, CA
Resource ID:CM326
Original Presentation:12/17/2013
Web Posting:08/04/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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The Beginning of a New Era for the Treatment of HCV CE Available
  • Douglas T. Dieterich, MD
    Professor of Medicine
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Resource ID:CM335
Original Presentation:12/17/2013
Web Posting:08/04/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Osteoporosis in HIV: Is HIV Bad to the Bone? CE Available
  • Todd T. Brown, MD, PhD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Johns Hopkins University
Resource ID:CM331
Original Presentation:11/20/2013
Web Posting:07/21/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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PEP, PEP… PrEP? An Update on HIV Chemoprophylaxis CE Available
  • Joseph P. McGowan, MD, FACP
    Medical Director
    Center for AIDS Research and Treatment, North Shore University Hospital
Resource ID:CM332
Original Presentation:11/20/2013
Web Posting:07/21/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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HIV Drug Resistance and Low-level Viremia CE Available
  • Daniel R Kuritzkes, MD
    Professor
    Harvard Medical School
Resource ID:CM329
Original Presentation:10/22/2013
Web Posting:07/21/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Immune-mediated Mechanisms of Heightened Cardiovascular Disease Risk in HIV: Clinical Research and CE Available
  • Markella V. Zanni, MD
    Department of Medicine, Endocrinology Division
    Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Resource ID:CM330
Original Presentation:10/22/2013
Web Posting:07/21/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Perspectives on Therapeutic Interventions Aimed at Eradicating HIV CE Available
  • Tae-Wook Chun, PhD
    Associate Scientist
    National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
  • Michael C. Sneller, MD
    Medical Officer, Laboratory of Immunoregulation
    National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Resource ID:CM327
Original Presentation:09/17/2013
Web Posting:07/21/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Quadrivalent HPV Vaccine and Targeted Ablation to Prevent Condyloma, Dysplasia and Cancer CE Available
  • Stephen E. Goldstone, MD, FACS
    Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Resource ID:CM328
Original Presentation:09/17/2013
Web Posting:07/21/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Diagnosis and Treatment of HIV-Related Malignancies
  • Ariela Noy, MD
    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer
Resource ID:CM321
Original Presentation:05/08/2014
Web Posting:06/09/2014
Overview
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Improving Screening for Viral Hepatitis in Primary Care CE Available
  • Ponni V. Perumalswami, MD
    Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Liver Diseases
    Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY
Resource ID:CM324
Original Presentation:08/20/2013
Web Posting:06/09/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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New HIV Tests and New Algorithms: The Key to Test and Treat CE Available
  • Bernard M. Branson, MD
    Associate Director for Laboratory Diagnostics
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA
Resource ID:CM323
Original Presentation:08/20/2013
Web Posting:06/09/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Acute Hepatitis C in HIV: What Have We Learned, Which Questions Remain? CE Available
  • Jürgen Rockstroh, MD
    Head of the HIV Outpatient Clinic
    University of Bonn, Germany
Resource ID:CM322
Original Presentation:05/14/2013
Web Posting:06/09/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Illicit Drug Use and Sexually Transmitted Pathogens in Gay and Bisexual Men CE Available
  • Perry N. Halkitis, PhD, MS, MPH
    Director of the Center for Health, Identity, Behavior & Prevention Studies
    New York University
Resource ID:CM325
Original Presentation:05/14/2013
Web Posting:06/09/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Challenging Cases: A Minor's Rights to Consent and Confidentiality for Adolescent HIV Care
  • Jeffrey M. Birnbaum, MD, MPH
    Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and of Preventive Medicine
    SUNY Downstate Medical Center
  • Kathleen E. Powderly, PhD, CNM
    Director, John Conley Division of Medical Ethics and Humanities
    SUNY Downstate Medical Center
  • Rachel Goldberg, JD
    Director of Risk Management
    SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Resource ID:CM319
Original Presentation:04/10/2014
Web Posting:05/27/2014
Overview
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The Current Revolution in Hepatitis C Therapy
  • John F. Reinus, MD
    Professor of Clinical Medicine
    Montefiore Medical Center, The Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Resource ID:CM320
Original Presentation:03/13/2014
Web Posting:05/27/2014
Overview
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Long-term Remission of HIV after Interruption of Very Early ART in Adults CE Available
  • Asier Sáez-Cirión, PhD
    Assistant Professor
    Institut Pasteur, Paris, France
Resource ID:CM316
Original Presentation:04/16/2013
Web Posting:05/27/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Pediatric HIV Infection: A Model for Cure CE Available
  • Deborah Persaud, MD
    Associate Professor
    Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, Baltimore, MD
Resource ID:CM315
Original Presentation:04/16/2013
Web Posting:05/27/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Adding Immune Therapies to ART: Can We Achieve a Functional Cure? CE Available
  • Joseph M. McCune, MD, PhD
    Professor of Medicine
    UCSF, San Francisco, CA
Resource ID:CM314
Original Presentation:03/19/2013
Web Posting:05/27/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis: Past, Present and Future CE Available
  • Roy M. Gulick, MD, MPH
    Professor of Medicine, Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases
    Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City
Resource ID:CM313
Original Presentation:03/19/2013
Web Posting:05/27/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Practical Clinical Guidelines for Transgender Care
  • Ronica Mukerjee, MS, FNP-BC, MsA, LAc
    Director of Transgender Health
    Community Healthcare Network
Resource ID:CM312
Original Presentation:12/05/2013
Web Posting:05/12/2014
Overview
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Anti-HCV Drugs in the Pipeline, and Clinical Trials for HIV-HCV Coinfection CE Available
  • Tracy Swan
    Hepatitis/HIV Project Director
    Treatment Action Group (TAG), New York, NY
Resource ID:CM318
Original Presentation:02/19/2013
Web Posting:05/12/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Chronic Hepatitis C: Health Care Burden, Recent Advances and Remaining Obstacles CE Available
  • Donald P. Kotler, MD
    Professor of Medicine
    Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Resource ID:CM317
Original Presentation:02/19/2013
Web Posting:05/12/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview

Managing the Hepatitis C Patient: From Screening to Treatment

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Managing the Hepatitis C Patient: From Screening to Treatment

Implementing Hepatitis C Therapy in a Primary Care Practice

  • Anthony Martinez, MD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    University at Buffalo, School of Medicine
Resource ID:CM307
Original Presentation:04/03/2014
Web Posting:04/28/2014
Overview
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Recommendations for Testing, Managing and Treating Hepatitis C

  • Kristen Marks, MD
    Assistant Professor of Medicine
    Weill Cornell Medical College
Resource ID:CM308
Original Presentation:04/03/2014
Web Posting:04/28/2014
Overview
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Review of the Hepatitis C Testing Algorithm in New York State

  • Monica Parker, PhD
    Director Bloodborne Virus Laboratory
    Wadsworth Center, NYSDOH
Resource ID:CM309
Original Presentation:04/03/2014
Web Posting:04/28/2014
Overview
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Hepatitis C Testing Law in New York State

  • Colleen Flanigan, RN, MS
    Director, Viral Hepatitis Section
    NYSDOH AIDS Institute
Resource ID:CM310
Original Presentation:04/03/2014
Web Posting:04/28/2014
Overview
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Initiation of Hepatitis C Treatment: A Prescriber’s Guide

  • Donald Gardenier, DNP, FNP-BC
    Assistant Professor
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Resource ID:CM311
Original Presentation:04/03/2014
Web Posting:04/28/2014
Overview
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How Many Ways Are There To Control HIV? CE Available
  • Calvin J. Cohen, MD, MS
    Research Director for the Community Research Initiative of New England and Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates
    Harvard Medical School
Resource ID:CM306
Original Presentation:12/11/2012
Web Posting:04/28/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Managing Diabetes in HIV-infected Patients: Current Concepts CE Available
  • Todd T. Brown, MD, PhD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Johns Hopkins University
Resource ID:CM305
Original Presentation:12/11/2012
Web Posting:04/28/2014
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Hepatitis C Testing for People Born Between 1945 and 1965: Overview of New York State Law
  • Monica Parker, PhD
    Director Bloodborne Virus Laboratory
    Wadsworth Center, NYSDOH
  • Richard Cotroneo, MA
    Director, HIV Education and Training Programs
    NYSDOH AIDS Institute
  • Colleen Flanigan, RN, MS
    Director, Viral Hepatitis Section
    NYSDOH AIDS Institute
  • Johanne Morne, MS
    Director, Office of Planning and Community Affairs
    NYSDOH AIDS Institute
Resource ID:CM304
Original Presentation:04/01/2014
Web Posting:04/14/2014
Overview
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Health Literacy: It’s Not Just About Reading Levels CE Available
  • Lindsay Rosenfeld, ScD, ScM
    Research Scientist
    The Heller School, Institute for Child, Youth, and Family Policy
    Brandeis University, Boston, MA
Resource ID:CM970
Original Presentation:03/28/2014
Web Posting:04/14/2014
Overview
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Maternal to Child HIV Transmission: Can we get to Zero?
  • Debra A. Tristram, MD
    Professor of Pediatrics and Chief, Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases
    Albany Medical College
Resource ID:CM303
Original Presentation:03/07/2014
Web Posting:04/14/2014
Overview
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The Changing Landscape of HIV Testing
  • Monica Parker, PhD
    Director Bloodborne Virus Laboratory
    Wadsworth Center, NYSDOH
  • Mara San Antonio-Gaddy, RN, MSN
    Director, Bureau of HIV/STD Field Services
    NYSDOH, AIDS Institute
Resource ID:CM302
Original Presentation:02/07/2014
Web Posting:04/14/2014
Overview
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HIV Prevention for Men who Have Sex With Men Using Antiretroviral Medications: Clinical Science,
  • Demetre C Daskalakis, MD, MPH
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Medical Director, HIV Program
    Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York City
Resource ID:CM301
Original Presentation:11/11/2013
Web Posting:03/10/2014
Overview
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Diabetes in Patients with HIV
  • Marshall J. Glesby, MD, PhD
    Professor of Medicine
    Weill Cornell Medical College
  • Mary Ann Banerji, MD, FACP
    Chief, Division of Endocrinology
    Professor of Medicine
    Director Diabetes Treatment Center
    SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Resource ID:CM298
Original Presentation:10/17/2013
Web Posting:02/25/2014
Overview
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Antiretrovirals as Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis to Prevent HIV Acquisition
  • Demetre C Daskalakis, MD, MPH
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Medical Director, HIV Program
    Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York City
Resource ID:CM297
Original Presentation:11/13/2013
Web Posting:12/02/2013
Overview
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The Integrative Approach to HIV Disease
  • Benjamin Kligler, MD, MPH
    Vice Chair of the Department of Integrative Medicine, Beth Israel Medical Center
    Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Resource ID:CM293
Original Presentation:09/19/2013
Web Posting:12/02/2013
Overview
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Overview of the Opiod Addiction Epidemic
  • Andrew Kolodny, MD
    Chief Medical Officer
    Phoenix House
Resource ID:CM296
Original Presentation:05/02/2013
Web Posting:12/02/2013
Overview
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Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (Non-Occupational) CE Available
  • Antonio E. Urbina, MD
    Associate Medical Director
    Spencer Cox Center for Health, St Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals
Resource ID:CM901A
Original Presentation:09/27/2013
Web Posting:11/18/2013
Overview
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Non-Occupational Prophylaxis Following HIV Exposure
  • Michelle Hepburn, RN, BSN
    Associate Director of Nursing Operations
    Spencer Cox Center for Health, St Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals
Resource ID:CM901C
Original Presentation:07/24/2013
Web Posting:11/18/2013
Overview
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Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of HIV-2
  • Rituparna Pati, MD
    Director of Research and Attending Physician
    Spencer Cox Center for Health, St Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals
Resource ID:CM290
Original Presentation:05/22/2013
Web Posting:11/18/2013
Overview
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Occupational Post-Exposure Prophylaxis
  • Antonio E. Urbina, MD
    Associate Medical Director
    Spencer Cox Center for Health, St Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals
Resource ID:CM901B
Original Presentation:05/22/2013
Web Posting:11/18/2013
Overview
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Cardiovascular Disease and HIV CE Available
  • Sanjiv Shah, MD, MPH
    Assistant Professor Clinical Medicine
    North Shore University Hospital
Resource ID:CM950
Original Presentation:09/05/2013
Web Posting:11/04/2013
Overview
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Clinical Care Issues for Transgender Patients with HIV - for Clinicians
  • Linda Wesp, FNP-C
    Primary Care Coordinator for the Adolescent AIDS Program of Children's Hospital
    Montefiore Medical Center
Resource ID:CM294
Original Presentation:05/23/2013
Web Posting:11/04/2013
Overview
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Transgender Cultural Competence
  • Linda Wesp, FNP-C
    Primary Care Coordinator for the Adolescent AIDS Program of Children's Hospital
    Montefiore Medical Center
Resource ID:CM295
Original Presentation:05/23/2013
Web Posting:11/04/2013
Overview
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Overdose Prevention: The Role of Naloxone in the Community CE Available
  • Sharon Stancliff, MD
    Medical Director
    Harm Reduction Coalition
Resource ID:CM124
Original Presentation:10/22/2013
Web Posting:10/22/2013
Overview

14th Annual HIV Clinical Care Symposium

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14th Annual HIV Clinical Care Symposium

Antiretroviral Therapy and Its Effect on Bones

  • Michael Yin, MD, MS
    Florence Irving Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
    Columbia University Medical Center
Resource ID:CM284
Original Presentation:06/05/2013
Web Posting:08/27/2013
Overview
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HIV and Aging

  • Douglas G. Fish, MD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Albany Medical College
Resource ID:CM952
Original Presentation:06/05/2013
Web Posting:10/21/2013
Overview
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HCV Drug Interactions - An Overview For Pharmacists
  • John J Faragon, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVE
    NY/NJ AETC Regional Pharmacy Director
    Albany Medical Center
Resource ID:CM292
Original Presentation:08/22/2013
Web Posting:10/07/2013
Overview
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Identification of Oral Anatomical Structures Often Misdiagnosed As Pathology
  • Gwen Cohen-Brown, DDS
    Associate Professor
    New York City College of Technology
Resource ID:CM289
Original Presentation:06/03/2013
Web Posting:10/07/2013
Overview
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What's New in Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Laura H. Bachmann, MD, MPH
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Wake Forest University Health Sciences, Winston-Salem, NC
Resource ID:CM291
Original Presentation:03/22/2013
Web Posting:10/07/2013
Overview
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Clinical Features of Invasive Meningococcal Disease in HIV-infected MSM and Immunizations in the CE Available
  • Don Weiss, MD, MPH
    Director of Surveillance, Bureau of Communicable Disease
    NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • Sheila L. Palevsky, MD, MPH
    Professional Education, Bureau of Immunization
    NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Resource ID:CM287
Original Presentation:11/13/2012
Web Posting:09/16/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Update on HIV Vaccine Research CE Available
  • Magdalena E. Sobieszczyk, MD, MPH
    Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
    Columbia University, New York, NY
Resource ID:CM288
Original Presentation:11/13/2012
Web Posting:09/16/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Building Capacity to Prevent and Manage HPV-related Neoplasia in HIV-positive Patients CE Available
  • Timothy Wilkin, MD, MPH
    Associate Professor of Medicine, Co-Director, Cornell Clinical Trials Unit
    Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY
Resource ID:CM285
Original Presentation:10/16/2012
Web Posting:09/04/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Prevention and Management of Cancer in HIV-Infected Individuals CE Available
  • Missak Haigentz, Jr., MD
    Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine
    Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, NY and Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, NY
Resource ID:CM286
Original Presentation:10/16/2012
Web Posting:09/04/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Easing the Transition of HIV-Infected Adolescents to Adult Care CE Available
  • Joseph S. Cervia, MD, MBA, FACP, FAAP
    Clinical Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics
    Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, NY & Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine, Hempstead, NY
Resource ID:CM283
Original Presentation:09/18/2012
Web Posting:08/27/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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Youth and HIV: The Epidemic Accelerates CE Available
  • Donna Futterman, MD
    Director, Adolescent AIDS Program
    Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Bronx, NY
Resource ID:CM282
Original Presentation:09/18/2012
Web Posting:08/27/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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HIV and Mental Health
  • Robert H. Remien, PhD
    Professor of Clinical Psychology
    Columbia University Medical Center
Resource ID:CM281
Original Presentation:06/14/2013
Web Posting:08/09/2013
Overview
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Other Clinical/Psychiatric Aspects of Primary Care: HIV Treatment Adherence
  • Robert H. Remien, PhD
    Professor of Clinical Psychology
    Columbia University Medical Center
Resource ID:CM280
Original Presentation:06/14/2013
Web Posting:08/09/2013
Overview
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The Triply Diagnosed Patient
  • Warren Ng, MD
    Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
    Columbia University
Resource ID:CM279
Original Presentation:05/23/2013
Web Posting:08/09/2013
Overview
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Acute HIV Infection: Diagnosis, Pathogenesis and Treatment
  • Martin Markowitz, MD
    Clinical Director and Staff Investigator, the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center
    Aaron Diamond Professor at the Rockefeller University
Resource ID:CM278
Original Presentation:05/13/2013
Web Posting:08/07/2013
Overview

2013 ACTHIV Conference

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2013 ACTHIV Conference

The New Patient Entering HIV Care - What You Need to Know and Do in 2013

  • Rajesh T. Gandhi, MD
    Director of HIV Clinical Services and Education
    Massachusetts General Hospital
Resource ID:CM277
Original Presentation:03/21/2013
Web Posting:08/01/2013
Overview
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Update on HIV Drug Resistance

  • Daniel R Kuritzkes, MD
    Professor
    Harvard Medical School
Resource ID:CM276
Original Presentation:03/21/2013
Web Posting:08/01/2013
Overview
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Evaluation and Care of the HCV Patient Prior to or in the Absence of Treatment

  • John D. Scott, MD, MSc
    Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
    University of Washington
Resource ID:CM275
Original Presentation:03/21/2013
Web Posting:08/01/2013
Overview
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The Pipeline of New HCV Therapies—What to Expect in the Next 5 Years

  • Nancy Reau, MD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    University of Chicago
Resource ID:CM274
Original Presentation:03/21/2013
Web Posting:08/01/2013
Overview
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HBV in HIV—Forgotten But Not Gone

  • Richard K. Sterling, MD, MSc
    Professor of Medicine
    Virginia Commonwealth University
Resource ID:CM273
Original Presentation:03/21/2013
Web Posting:08/01/2013
Overview
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Antiretroviral Therapy: When, How, and What to Start

  • Joseph Eron, MD
    Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology, Division of Infectious Diseases
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Resource ID:CM272
Original Presentation:03/22/2013
Web Posting:08/01/2013
Overview

23rd Annual HIV/AIDS Clinical Conference: Redefining the Management of HIV Disease

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23rd Annual HIV/AIDS Clinical Conference: Redefining the Management of HIV Disease

Antiretroviral Therapy: When and What to Start

  • Roy M. Gulick, MD, MPH
    Professor of Medicine, Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases
    Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City
Resource ID:CM256
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
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Evidence Based Medicine for HIV/STI Prevention

  • Sharon L. Hillier, PhD
    Professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive sciences and of molecular genetics and biochemistry
    University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
Resource ID:CM255
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
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Management of Personality Pathology in Chronic HIV Care: Maintaining both Provider and Patient Mental Health

  • Shuki J. Cohen, PhD, MSc
    Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
    Yale Medical School
Resource ID:CM254
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
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Clinical Treatment for Hepatitis C and HIV Coinfection

  • Peter Mariuz, MD
    Professor of Medicine
    University of Rochester Medical Center
Resource ID:CM253
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
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Screening and Assessment for Substance Using HIV Infected Patients

  • Tanya D.I. Zangaglia, M.D.
    Medical Director
    Project Streetbeat
Resource ID:CM252
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
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Improving Patient Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy

  • Erica L. Dobson, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVE
    University of Rochester Medical Centerr
Resource ID:CM251
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
86

Management of Personality Pathology in Chronic HIV Care: Putting it into Practice in Real Time

  • Shuki J. Cohen, PhD, MSc
    Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry
    Yale Medical School
Resource ID:CM249
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
87

Drug-Drug Interactions in Antiretroviral Therapy

  • Christopher Miller, Pharm.D., BCPS, AAHIVE
    Associate Director of Clinical Pharmacy Services
    Upstate University Hospital, Syracuse, NY
Resource ID:CM248
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
88

The Clinical Identification and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections

  • Marguerite A. Urban, MD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    University of Rochester Medical Center
Resource ID:CM247
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
89

Post Exposure Prophylaxis and PrEP for HIV

  • Antonio E. Urbina, MD
    Associate Medical Director
    Spencer Cox Center for Health, St Luke's and Roosevelt Hospitals
Resource ID:CM246
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
90

Managing Prescription Error Associated with Antiretroviral Therapy

  • Christopher Miller, Pharm.D., BCPS, AAHIVE
    Associate Director of Clinical Pharmacy Services
    Upstate University Hospital, Syracuse, NY
Resource ID:CM245
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
91

Expedited Partner Therapy Program and Chlamydia in New York State

  • Marguerite A. Urban, MD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    University of Rochester Medical Center
Resource ID:CM244
Original Presentation:05/17/2013
Web Posting:06/25/2013
Overview
92
Update from the 2013 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (20th CROI)
  • Charles Hicks, MD
    Professor of Medicine
    Duke University Medical Center
Resource ID:CM243
Original Presentation:04/04/2013
Web Posting:04/15/2013
Overview
93
Clinical Manifestations of the Most Common STDs
  • Shelley Gilroy, MD, AAHIVS
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Albany Medical College
Resource ID:CM242
Original Presentation:03/07/2013
Web Posting:03/19/2013
Overview

HIV Treatment as Prevention: Ethics, Policy, and Implementation in the New York Region

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HIV Treatment as Prevention: Ethics, Policy, and Implementation in the New York Region

Treatment as Prevention with People Living with HIV

  • Robert H. Remien, PhD
    Professor of Clinical Psychology
    Columbia University Medical Center
  • Thomas J. Coates, PhD
    Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology, and Biostatistics
    University of California at San Francisco
  • R. Scott Braithwaite, MD, MSc
    Professor; Dir Division of Comparative Effec & Decision Sci
    NYU School of Medicine
Resource ID:CM241
Original Presentation:10/12/2012
Web Posting:03/12/2013
Overview
95

Treatment as Prevention for the Uninfected

  • Roy M. Gulick, MD, MPH
    Professor of Medicine, Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases
    Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City
  • Crystal Fuller, PhD, MPH
    Associate Professor of Epidemiology
    Mailman School of Public Health Columbia University
  • Bruce R. Schackman, PhD
    Associate Professor of Public Health
    Weill Cornell Medical College
Resource ID:CM240
Original Presentation:10/12/2012
Web Posting:03/12/2013
Overview
96

Government Policy Perspectives

  • Guthrie S. Birkhead, MD, MPH
    Deputy Commissioner
    New York State Department of Health, Office of Public Health
  • Jay K. Varma, MD
    Deputy Commissioner for Disease Control
    New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Resource ID:CM239
Original Presentation:10/12/2012
Web Posting:03/12/2013
Overview
97

Research Update on HIV Treatment as Prevention

  • Myron S. Cohen, MD
    Professor
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Resource ID:CM238
Original Presentation:10/12/2012
Web Posting:03/12/2013
Overview
98

Ethical and Policy Implications of HIV Treatment as Prevention

  • Celia B. Fisher, PhD
    Professor of Psychology
    Fordham University
  • Robert L. Klitzman, MD
    Professor of Psychiatry
    Columbia University
  • Daniel Raymond
    Policy Director
    Harm Reduction Coalition
  • Richard Jefferys
    Basic Science, Vaccines, and Prevention Project Coordinator
    Treatment Action Group
Resource ID:CM237
Original Presentation:10/12/2012
Web Posting:03/12/2013
Overview
99
Use of Motivational Interviewing in HIV Care: Theory into Practice
  • Sanjiv Shah, MD, MPH
    Assistant Professor Clinical Medicine
    North Shore University Hospital
Resource ID:CM236
Original Presentation:05/17/2012
Web Posting:02/22/2013
Overview
100
Health & Human Rights: Our Experience in the Challenges of Combating HIV/AIDS
  • Kamiar Alaei, MD
    HIV/AIDS, TB and Harm Reduction Expert
    University at Albany
  • Arash Alaei, MD
    HIV/AIDS, TB and Harm Reduction Expert
    University at Albany
Resource ID:CM234
Original Presentation:02/14/2013
Web Posting:02/21/2013
101
PrEP: Promises, Challenges & Ethics
  • Jason M. Leider, MD, PhD
    Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine,Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva University
    Medical Director of the North Bronx Health Care Network
Resource ID:CM235
Original Presentation:02/07/2013
Web Posting:02/21/2013
Overview
102
HIV Immune Reconstitution Inflammatory Syndrome (IRIS): pathogenesis and pearls for clinical CE Available
  • David Boulware, MD, MPH, CTropMed
    Lois & Richard King Distinguished Assistant Professor
    University of Minnesota
Resource ID:CM233
Original Presentation:06/19/2012
Web Posting:02/01/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
103
HIV-1 Pathogenesis and the GI Tract: The Effects of Colorectal Immune Deficiency & Reconstitution CE Available
  • Saurabh Mehandru, MD
    Assistant Professor; Visiting Scientist, The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Resource ID:CM232
Original Presentation:06/19/2012
Web Posting:02/01/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
104
Partnership for Health Orientation
  • Alexandra Levine, MD
    Distinguished Professor of Medicine
    University of Southern California
Resource ID:CM231
Original Presentation:01/16/2013
Web Posting:01/21/2013
Overview
105
Clostridium Difficile: New Problems with an Old Disease
  • Sarah Elmendorf, MD
    Albany Medical Center
Resource ID:CM230
Original Presentation:01/03/2013
Web Posting:01/15/2013
Overview
106
Assess, Screen & Treat: Incorporating STD Care into Your Medical Practice
  • L. Jeannine Bookhardt-Murray, MD
    Chief Medical Officer
    Harlem United
Resource ID:CM228
Original Presentation:12/03/2012
Web Posting:01/10/2013
Overview
107
Preventing and Managing Kidney Disease in HIV-Infected Patients CE Available
  • Christina M. Wyatt, MD
    Assistant Professor of Medicine, Department of Nephrology
    Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY
Resource ID:CM229
Original Presentation:05/23/2012
Web Posting:01/10/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
108
What Do We Really Know About Cardiovascular Disease in the HIV-infected Population? CE Available
  • Samir K. Gupta, MD, MS
    Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases
    Indiana University School of Medicine
Resource ID:CM227
Original Presentation:05/23/2012
Web Posting:01/09/2013
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
109
Controversies in HIV Medicine 2012
  • Calvin J. Cohen, MD, MS
    Research Director for the Community Research Initiative of New England and Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates
    Harvard Medical School
Resource ID:CM226
Original Presentation:12/06/2012
Web Posting:12/17/2012
Overview
110
Pharmacists: A Valuable Part of the HIV Treatment Team
  • John J Faragon, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVE
    NY/NJ AETC Regional Pharmacy Director
    Albany Medical Center
Resource ID:CM225
Original Presentation:06/03/2012
Web Posting:12/14/2012
Overview
111
Head and Neck Exam for Healthcare Providers
  • Gwen Cohen-Brown, DDS
    Associate Professor
    New York City College of Technology
Resource ID:CM223
Original Presentation:11/08/2012
Web Posting:11/13/2012
Overview
112
Depression as a Medical Co-morbidity of HIV Infection
  • James Satriano, Ph.D.
    Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology
    Columbia University
Resource ID:CM224
Original Presentation:10/25/2012
Web Posting:11/13/2012
Overview
113
Metabolic Complications of HIV (and Antiretroviral Therapy)
  • Marshall J. Glesby, MD, PhD
    Professor of Medicine
    Weill Cornell Medical College
Resource ID:CM222
Original Presentation:10/25/2012
Web Posting:11/01/2012
Overview
114
HIV and Aging
  • Sanjiv Shah, MD, MPH
    Assistant Professor Clinical Medicine
    North Shore University Hospital
Resource ID:CM221
Original Presentation:10/25/2012
Web Posting:10/31/2012
Overview
115
Transgender Treatment in High Risk Adolescents
  • Jeffrey M. Birnbaum, MD, MPH
    Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and of Preventive Medicine
    SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Resource ID:CM220
Original Presentation:11/17/2011
Web Posting:10/18/2012
Overview
116
Gene Therapy Studies for the Treatment of HIV Infection CE Available
  • Pablo Tebas, MD
    Director, AIDS Clinical Trials Unit (ACTU)
    University of Pennsylvania
Resource ID:CM219
Original Presentation:04/24/2012
Web Posting:09/27/2012
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
117
The Berlin Patient: Eradication of HIV with CCR5 deficient hematopoietic stem cells CE Available
  • Gero Hütter, MD
    Production Manager, Institute of Transfusion Medicine and Immunology
    Heidelberg University, Mannheim, Germany
Resource ID:CM218
Original Presentation:04/24/2012
Web Posting:09/24/2012
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
118
Interactions between HIV and the Host Cell: Latency or Virus Production?
  • Karen M. Duus, Ph.D.
    Center for Immunology and Microbial Disease
    Albany Medical College
Resource ID:CM217
Original Presentation:09/06/2012
Web Posting:09/07/2012
119
HIV/AIDS and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Francine Cournos, MD
    Professor of Clinical Psychiatry (in Epidemiology)
    Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons
Resource ID:CM216
Original Presentation:08/14/2012
Web Posting:08/14/2012
Overview
120
HIV Testing in Emergency Department Settings
  • Daniel J. Egan, MD, FACEP
    Associate Program Director
    St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital
Resource ID:CM215
Original Presentation:07/23/2012
Web Posting:08/13/2012
Overview
121
HIV Testing Update: New Regulations And Strategies from the Field
  • Daniel J. Egan, MD, FACEP
    Associate Program Director
    St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital
  • Daniel O'Connell
    Deputy Director
    New York Department of Health’s AIDS Institute
  • Debbie Lester, LMSW
Resource ID:CM214
Original Presentation:05/17/2012
Web Posting:07/31/2012
Overview

13th Annual HIV Clinical Symposium

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13th Annual HIV Clinical Symposium

Overview of Drug Interactions with Hepatitis C Protease

  • John J Faragon, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVE
    NY/NJ AETC Regional Pharmacy Director
    Albany Medical Center
Resource ID:CM191
Original Presentation:06/06/2012
Web Posting:06/06/2012
Overview
123

Oral Health and the Primary Care Provider

  • Stephen N. Abel, DDS, MSD
    Associate Dean for Extramural and Public Health Programming
    College of Dental Medicine, Nova Southeastern University
Resource ID:CM213
Original Presentation:06/06/2012
Web Posting:07/30/2012
124
HIV Prevention with Antiretroviral Agents: How To Predict Success? CE Available
  • Angela D.M. Kashuba, BScPhm, PharmD, DABCP
    Associate Professor
    University of North Carolina School of Pharmacy
Resource ID:CM207
Original Presentation:03/27/2012
Web Posting:07/20/2012
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
125
Strategies (and New Agents) for Antiretroviral Therapy of HIV-1 Disease CE Available
  • Roy M. Gulick, MD, MPH
    Professor of Medicine, Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases
    Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City
Resource ID:CM206
Original Presentation:03/27/2012
Web Posting:07/20/2012
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
126
Historical Clues, Physical Signs, Laboratory Diagnosis & Treatment of Oral, Anogenital & Systemic CE Available
  • Thomas Cherneskie, MD, MPH
    Supervising Physician, Chelsea STD Clinic
    NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
Resource ID:CM209
Original Presentation:02/28/2012
Web Posting:07/20/2012
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
127
Primary-Care Diagnosis and Treatment of Common Dermatological Problems in HIV Medicine CE Available
  • N. Patrick Hennessey, MD
    Associate Clinical Professor
    NYU School of Medicine
Resource ID:CM208
Original Presentation:02/28/2012
Web Posting:07/20/2012
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
128
HIV Infection: Worse the Second Time? CE Available
  • Davey Smith, MD, MAS
    Medical Director, Early Intervention Program
    University of California San Diego
Resource ID:CM210
Original Presentation:12/13/2011
Web Posting:07/20/2012
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
129
Hypogonadism in Older HIV-Infected Men: Current Concepts and Controversies CE Available
  • Todd T. Brown, MD, PhD
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    Johns Hopkins University
Resource ID:CM211
Original Presentation:12/13/2011
Web Posting:07/20/2012
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
130
Gastrointestinal Disease in HIV Infection CE Available
  • Donald P. Kotler, MD
    Professor of Medicine
    Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
Resource ID:CM212
Original Presentation:11/15/2011
Web Posting:07/20/2012
Co-sponsor:
Physicians Research Network
Overview
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