Comorbidities, Coinfections, & Complications

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Hep C Free Postcard

The Hep C Free postcard is designed to celebrate and acknowledge patient success when hepatitis C viral suppression is achieved. It also serves as a reminder of the risk factors that can lead to HCV r...

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AETC National HIV Curriculum

The National HIV Curriculum (NHC) provides free, up-to-date content for clinicians to learn about HIV diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. The 37 lessons and corresponding question bank topics offer...

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Fall Risk Evaluation & Management


  • Understand the prevalence and financial burden of falls and fall-related injuries.
  • Appreciate the comorbidities and factors that raise the fall risk among those aging with HIV.
  • Learn how fall...
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PODCAST: HIV and Aging

Learning Objectives:

After this learning session, attendees will be able to:

  1. Understand the structure and scope of the VA Aging Cohort Study.
  2. Summarize findings on aging with HIV and HIV prevention durin...
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Hepatitis B in Primary Care

(Recorded 4/19/22)

Grand Rounds presentation in collaboration with the Family Health Center of Worcester and the Department of Family Medicine & Community Health, UMass Medical School

Learning Objec...

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HIV/HCV Molecular Cluster Detection

Training slides provide an overview of molecular cluster detection, the steps needed to incorporate molecular cluster detection into a comprehensive HIV/HCV cluster detection outbreak response plan, a...

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Transgender People and HIV

This Policy Brief is a follow-up document to the 2011 WHO document, "Prevention and treatment of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections among men who have sex with men and transgender people"...

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HIV & Aging


  • Identify issues associated with treating older individuals with HIV infection
  • Discuss epidemiology and risk factors of co-morbidities in HIV-positive patients
  • Recommend management strategies f...
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HIV and Heart Disease – NIH Explores the Connection

HIV-positive men and women can now live longer than ever before. A 2013 study found that a newly diagnosed 20 year old on effective antiretroviral therapy (ART) can expect to live into their 70s. A lifespan only slightly lower than in people without HIV.[1] While this is great news, physicians are l...

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