The CDC has issued interim guidance for prevention and treatment of MPOX in persons with HIV. See the guidance here.
To learn more about MPXV and HIV, watch this presentation by Maria A. Corcorran, MD, MPH University of Washington, Division of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Academic detailing, also known as public health detailing, is a proven approach for increasing adoption of evidence-based practices by health care providers, leading to expanded access to equitable, inclusive, and high-quality care and better health outcomes. The model employs brief (15 minutes or less), peer-based, individualized coaching on a targeted practice area. The MWAETC offers virtual detailing services focused on PrEP provision, STI screening and treatment, and sexual history taking in Oregon, Utah, and now, Washington. Click on one of the states below to learn more or request a detailing visit.Washington › Oregon › Utah ›
HIVMA is an association of medical providers within the Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) who practice HIV medicine and conduct HIV research. The Clinical Educator Award recognizes significant achievement in the areas of HIV clinical care and provider education. The 2022 recipient is David H. Spach, MD. See More ›
The MWAETC provides FREE virtual and in-person (depending on current COVID restrictions) trainings and technical assistance on preventing, diagnosing, and treating HIV and related co-morbidities, such as hepatitis B and C, STIs, drug use, and COVID-19, and on models of care. Request a FREE virtual or in-person MWAETC training for your organization.
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Studies clearly show that people with HIV who achieve and maintain an undetectable viral load on antiretroviral therapy cannot sexually transmit HIV to others.Help reduce HIV Stigma. Learn more ›