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Recent Sessions

Recent Sessions

Risk of HIV Transmission with Low Levels of Viremia

Dr. Brian Wood reviews data for HIV transmission risk with an undetectable viral load or with low-level detectable viral loads.

Tacoma MAX Clinic: Low Barrier Approach Through Community Partnerships

Shauna Applin, ARNP, describes the development and experience implementing a low-barrier clinic for persons with HIV in Tacoma, Washington.

Pneumococcal Vaccination in People with HIV

Dr. Shireesha Dhanireddy reviews recent changes to the guidelines on pneumococcal vaccination for persons with HIV.

Data Privacy, Community Trust, and HIV Criminalization

Emily Schreiber, Senior Director of Policy at NASTAD, discusses HIV decriminalization efforts, including case studies of recent changes towards decriminalization, as well as policies for HIV data privacy.
What We Do
What We Do

MWAETC HIV ECHO builds the confidence and skills of health care providers (HCPs) in the MWAETC region to provide high quality HIV care to patients. Using interactive video, the weekly online sessions include a short clinical HIV update followed by real-time clinical case discussions with community providers and a multidisciplinary panel of HIV experts from infectious disease, addiction medicine, psychiatry, family medicine, pharmacy, social work and case management. Using this model, MWAETC HIV ECHO fosters mentoring relationships between the HIV expert panel and HCPs and builds peer learning and support networks across the region.

View some recent sessions in the sidebar on this page or visit the MWAETC HIV ECHO presentations page on YouTube

ECHO Participants in sesion
Join Us!
Join Us!

If you are interested in attending MWAETC HIV ECHO, please discuss your participation with our Medical Director, Brian Wood.