Chicago HIV Breakfast Club: COVID-19: Impact on HIV Care & Vaccines Update
Wednesday, February 3, 2021 - 9:00am to 10:30am EST
With COVID-19 pandemic impacting communities across the state, Dr. Anu Hazra will discuss its effect on outcomes in people with HIV and its impact on LGBTQ communities. Additionally, Dr. Beverly Sha will provide the most up to date information on the new COVID-19 vaccines.
Aniruddha (Anu) Hazra, MD
Assistant Professor, Section of Infectious Diseases & Global Health; Director of STI Services, Chicago Center of HIV Elimination & Medical Director, DCAM Sexual Wellness Clinic, University of Chicago Medicine, Howard Brown Health Center
Beverly E. Sha, MD
Director, Mark Weiss Memorial Clinic for Infectious Diseases & Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, Rush Medical College Education
Continuing Education Information: CE and CME fees are waived until June 2021! MATEC is waiving CE fees for all programs through June 30, 2021. To receive your certificate, you must 1) register for the program and 2) claim CE/CME by completing the post program evaluation survey.
Nurses & Nurse Practitioners, Social Workers, or other professionals (Universal Credits): Oakton Community College/Alliance for Lifelong Learning/Continuing Education for Health Professionals has approved this program for 1.5 hours.
Continuing Education Credits for Nurses and Social Work are provided by Oakton Community College/Alliance for Lifelong Learning/Continuing Education for Health Professionals. Oakton Community College is an approved sponsor of continuing education through the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. Oakton Community College will provide universal continuing education credits. One universal training hour is equal to one 60-minute clock hour.
Substance Abuse professionals: Substance abuse professionals may submit the universal certificate with a petition form from IAODAPCA in order to receive credits from IAODAPCA (iaodapca.org).