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  • Recap: 17th Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program Clinical Care Conference

    Highlights from Laura W. Cheever, MD, ScM, HRSA HIV/AIDS Bureau Associate Administrator and Conference Co-Chair

    The field of HIV/AIDS care and treatment continues to evolve rapidly. Groundbreaking developments in HIV research are regularly presented at international meetings and...

  • Addiction Recovery and HIV: Finding Synergy

    When we talk about HIV and drug addiction, we most often focus on injection drug use (IDU) as a risk factor for HIV transmission. While only 2.6% of the country’s population over the age of 13 reports having injected drugs at some point during their lives1, approximately 10% of new HIV...

  • HIV Meds Update: HIV in Indiana

    This article describes the CDC investigation and response (through October 2015) to the ongoing HIV (and HCV) outbreak in a rural county in Indiana, centered in people who inject opiates (especially the prescription drug Opana [oxymorphone]). The outbreak was first recognized in...

  • HIV and Smoking - A Bad Combination

    This month CDC features an HIV-infected smoker as part of its highly successful anti-smoking campaign “Tips from Former Smokers," which tells the stories of real people harmed by smoking.

    Smoking is among the most prevalent problems affecting HIV-infected patients. CDC estimates that in...

  • The Perfect Storm: Meth Use and the Disease of Caries

    Clinical Instructor Pacific AETC Oral Health Program

    As oral health clinicians, many of us are treating large numbers of individuals whose behaviors, past and present, make it challenging to establish and maintain a disease-free oral environment. Nowhere is this more...

  • Improve Your Clinic, Improve Your Care: SPNS Launches New Project

    The intersection of opioid abuse, particularly injection drug use, and HIV is well documented and has been since the early days of the epidemic. A newer trend, however, has been nonmedical pain medication abuse.

    Receipt of prescription opioids to treat pain is not uncommon, particularly as...

Day Title
Warm Handoffs from Medical Providers to Drug Treatment Providers
Event type: Webinars
South Florida Telehealth Series Case Based Group Clinical Consultation: HIV and Opioids (Session 1)
Implementing Routine Testing in a Methadone Treatment Site
Event type: Webinars
2018 Breaking Barriers Summit: Getting to Zero
HIV Medical Management: Clinical and Didactic Experience for Providers
HIV & Hepatitis in the Americas 2018
HIV and Hepatitis Management: The New York Course
22nd Annual HIV Update: Contemporary Issues in Management Course
U.S. Conference on AIDS (USCA)
Day Title
National Rural Health Day
Event type: Awareness Days