Step 3: Connecting HIV-Infected People to Quality HIV Care

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  • Rapid ART Start

    Susa Coffey's picture

    The International AIDS Society (IAS)-USA recently released its 2018 HIV treatment and prevention recommendations. The document is particularly notable for its discussion of "When to Start ART."

    The IAS-USA recommends "rapid" or immediate start of ART...

  • Immediate ART Initiation Improves Time to Viral Suppression

    Susa Coffey's picture

    The availability of ART immediately after the diagnosis of HIV offers many possible benefits, including earlier engagement in care and earlier HIV suppression, which may result in personal and public health benefits. Based on randomized clinical trials done in developing-world settings, the...

  • Tips for Successful Linkage to Care

    Elizabeth I. Lazo's picture

    I would like to start this new year introducing myself to the AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) community.  I had the pleasure of joining the AETC National Coordinating Resource Center (NCRC) as a Health Educator in December 2015.  I look forward to using my skill set as a Certified...

  • Using Fellowships to Impact HIV Workforce Deficits

    Shanna Livermore's picture

    A critical shortage of practitioners who treat HIV/AIDS patients in the United States is on the horizon, according to research by the American Academy of HIV Medicine (AAHIVM), which warns that more than 32 percent of today’s HIV clinicians will stop providing that care over the next 10 years....

Day Title
Quality Management Summit 2018: Making Quality a Breeze
Role of Emergency Medicine: Substance Use Treatment
Event type: Webinars
HIV Cultural Competency - Engaging HIV Care in the High-Risk Population
Role of Emergency Medicine: HIV Linkage to Care
Event type: Webinars
Adherence Across the Life Span HIV Symposium
Day Title
National Day of Action to End Violence Against Women with HIV
Event type: Awareness Days