The 2nd edition of the National HIV Curriculum is now available. These resources were developed to acquaint users with curriculum updates and unique features.
The National HIV Curriculum is a free, up-to-date comprehensive educational website for diagnosing, treating, and preventing HIV. With 37 lessons and corresponding question bank topics offering 97 free CME credits, MOC points, CNE contact hours, and CE contact hours, the site features an in-depth antiretroviral medications section, 17 clinical screening tools, and calculators, and online learning group functionality to onboard and training healthcare professionals. Learners can start anywhere. This AETC Program is solely funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration and developed by the University of Washington Infectious Diseases Education & Education (IDEA) Program (idea.medicine.uw.edu).