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This talk will review trends in sexually transmitted infections (STIs) epidemiology, current controversies in the clinical management of STIs, and key STI diagnosis and treatment activities for HIV clinicians.
PrEP implementation is expanding globally. This talk will address challenges, experiences, and opportunities related to PrEP delivery across settings.
HIV infected patients experience an increased risk of developing cancer. The epidemiology, clinical characteristics, and the therapeutic options of a variety of HIV associated malignancies will be discussed.
Live webinar participants who attend the entire session and complete the evaluation by 4/20/18 will be eligible to receive a certificate for one CE credit if requested at registration. Nurses are eligible to receive one CNE contact hour.
Presenters will review selected abstracts from the March 2018 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI). Abstracts include ARVs, HIV prevention and PrEP, and opportunistic infections.
This talk will review key recommendations for prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of tuberculosis in HIV infected patients.
Registration required to join live webinar.
*Training Site Participants only
A day-long training event for healthcare and social service professionals, the Meaningful Care Conference aims to promote LGBTQ+ cultural competency in health care and social services, share current LGBTQ+ best practices in health care and social services, and to develop and diversify networks of LGBTQ+ culturally competent health care and social service providers. This year's conference theme is LGBTQ+ Health: Advancing a Diverse Community Together.
HIV treatment specific topics include:
Please visit the conference website to learn more about the conference and to register. The Oregon AETC staff are members of the planning committee.
In 2015, the Northwest AETC and some of the Mountain Plains AETC states merged to form the Mountain West AIDS Education and Training Center. Through state based and regional programs, the new region now serves ten states: Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. Our name has changed but our mission is the same: increase health care providers' capacity to provide high quality HIV/AIDS care within the region's health care systems by providing HIV treatment education, clinical consultation, capacity building, and technical assistance. Please check out our calendar pages for upcoming events and our training and resources page for your clinical or continuing education needs or just email or call one of the offices.