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Issue 5
Issue 5

Although vaccines to prevent hepatitis B acquisition have long existed, a “cure” for those infected has rarely been achieved. But new insi...

Expires: 05.21.2022
Issue 6
Issue 6

Why has finding a cure for hepatitis B infection been so challenging? What is it about this virus and its life cycle that makes it so different from c...

Expires: 05.21.2022
STOP HIV: Engaging Convenient Care
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STOP HIV: Engaging Convenient Care

Join our distinguished faculty as they discuss vital topics in HIV within the convenient care setting. Topic 1 covers The Landscape of HIV/Starting the Conversation and Topic 2 covers Testing and Treatment.

Expires: 05.12.2022
STOP HIV: Engaging Convenient Care
STOP HIV: Engaging Convenient Care

Join our distinguished faculty as they discuss vital topics in HIV within the convenient care setting. Topic 1 covers The Landscape of HIV/Starting the Conversation and Topic 2 covers Testing and Treatment.

Expires: 05.12.2022
Issue 8
Issue 8

In the US, nearly half of all people living with HIV are now aged 50 years or older. Their health care providers face new challenges in managing the e...

Expires: 05.07.2022
Issue 7
Issue 7

Older people living with HIV (PLWH) are a growing population presenting health care providers a unique set of challenges, including accelerated aging,...

Expires: 05.07.2022
Issue 2
Issue 2

Anxiety and depression in cystic fibrosis — who do these conditions affect? How much do they influence patient health? How can clinicians identi...

Expires: 05.04.2022
Issue 1
Issue 1

Anxiety and depression are impactful conditions that affect patients with cystic fibrosis (CF). They are equally, and as importantly, burdensome on t...

Expires: 05.04.2022
STOP HIV in LGBTQ Seniors
STOP HIV in LGBTQ Seniors

This webinar will focus on how health care providers can better treat the aging LGBTQ population, especially by preventing and treating HIV.

Expires: 04.05.2022
Issue 6
Issue 6

In the US, among women at high risk for acquiring HIV infection, only around 2% have initiated PrEP. What are the patient, provider, and system barri...

Expires: 04.02.2022
Issue 5
Issue 5

Worldwide, nearly 38 million people are living with the HIV virus. More than half of these are women. PrEP — HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis &mdash...

Expires: 04.02.2022
Issue 4
Issue 4

Hepatitis C has become “curable” for >90% of those infected. But while universal HCV elimination is medically possible, this goal is co...

Expires: 03.31.2022
Issue 3
Issue 3

People who inject drugs (PWID) make up the majority of people living with HCV. High rates of HCV cure, similar to those for people who do not use drug...

Expires: 03.30.2022
Special Edition 2020
Special Edition 2020

One of the highlight exhibits at the 2019 NACFC in Nashville was the Innovation Lab, an interactive science fair showcasing how technology is being ha...

Expires: 03.16.2022
Issue 4
Issue 4

People who inject drugs (PWID) are at risk for HIV infection from both sexual- as well as injection-related causes. What can clinicians do to reduce t...

Expires: 03.09.2022
Issue 3
Issue 3

People who inject drugs (PWID) account for nearly 10% of new HIV infections. With the rate of injection drug use continuing to rise, the need for effe...

Expires: 03.01.2022