Treatment Monitoring and Support

Resources: 80

Prevention IS Care

To help HIV care providers engage patients in care and transmission prevention, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) developed a new a...

Publication Date
06/30/2021

HIV Epidemiology and Testing

The following slides explain the current trends of HIV in the U.S. and Louisiana, basic HIV terminology, different HIV screening tests and CDC screeni...

Publication Date
01/11/2024

Case Based Learning

These training slides guide providers in decision making on managing antiretroviral therapy and switching treatments, as well as discussions on preven...

Publication Date
03/18/2024

HIV Medications 101

These training slides discuss the initial laboratory tests needed in the work-up of a person with a reactive (positive) HIV antigen/antibody test, ant...

Publication Date
03/19/2024

HIV Medications Overview

These guideline slides compare and contrast various antiretroviral therapy (ART) options when initiating treatment for people with HIV, as well as ind...

Publication Date
04/12/2024

Switching ART Regimens

These training slides discuss the common reasons for switching antiretroviral therapy (ART) regimens, the importance of taking into account relevant p...

Publication Date
04/12/2024

CROI 2024 Update

These slides provide an overview on discussions regarding advances in HIV and sexually transmitted infections (STI) prevention and treatment from CROI...

Publication Date
04/15/2024

HIV 101

These slides describe the transmission of HIV, its progression, considerations for treatment selection, and key concepts and terms related to HIV.

P...

Publication Date
05/10/2024

A Pain in the Rectum

These guideline slides provide case scenarios that challenge providers to distinguish alternative diagnoses for each patient's admitting symptoms and...

Publication Date
05/20/2024

ART in Renal Failure

These slides provide information on causes of creatinine elevation in people with HIV (PWH), workup of creatinine elevation, as well as the effects of...

Publication Date
05/31/2024

Current Topics in HIV

These slides provide various topics related to HIV, such as testing and linkage to care, options for post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) treatment, curren...

Publication Date
06/03/2024

HIV & Bipolar Disorder

This presentation discusses the differences between bipolar affective disorder (BPAD) and people with HIV compared to other populations. Distinctions...

Publication Date
06/12/2024

Congenital Syphilis

These slides provide information on how congenital syphilis (CS) epidemiology in the United States has changed over the previous 10 years, common mani...

Publication Date
06/12/2024

Hepatitis C: The Road to Cure

This presentation reviews the epidemiology of hepatitis C Virus (HCV) in the U.S., discusses HCV screening, diagnosis, pre-treatment evaluation, treat...

Publication Date
06/13/2024

HIV Basics: HIV 101

This presentation discusses the HIV life cycle, the importance of getting tested, as well as the importance of linkage to care when testing positive f...

Publication Date
06/17/2024

HIV Epidemic in LatinX

This presentation reviews the current state of HIV, hepatitis C (HCV), and substance use disorders (SUD) in the Latinx community.

Preview and Downlo...

Publication Date
06/17/2024

Perinatal HIV Update

This presentation provides an overview on the epidemiology of perinatal HIV in the US, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in the perinatal period, as wel...

Publication Date
06/17/2024

HIV and Psychosis

This presentation provides signs and symptoms of psychosis, people with HIV presenting with psychosis, as well as a work-up for psychosis in people wi...

Publication Date
06/17/2024

HIV 2024 Update

This presentation provides an overview on antiretroviral therapy (ART) recommendations, updates on immunizations, treatment of hepatitis C virus in pe...

Publication Date
07/17/2024

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Articles: 2

The LATITUDE to Stay On Track: NIH to Launch Study in People Non-Adherent to Daily Treatment

Taking effective HIV medications as prescribed offers many benefits for people with HIV—life expectancy normalizes and viral loads drop below detectable levels, preventing the risk of sexual transmission in those who achieve and maintain durable viral suppression. Unfortunately, many individuals fac...

Karin
Klingman
National Institutes of Health
Tia
Morton
National Institutes of Health