The TX/OK AETC is proud to host this FREE online educational training,

"Webcast: HIV & Pregnancy" presented by Linda Salinas, MD

faculty from Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center Local Performance Site. 


Webcast Details

Recorded Date: March 1, 2012

Participants will be able to view the slides, hear audio through computer speakers, view interactions with the presenter, chat interactions with participants/host/presenter, and view polling question interactions. 


Learning Objectives

  1. List the preferred HIV antiretroviral regimen for the prevention of perinatal transmission.
  2. Name the optimal time to start HIV antiretroviral aimed at the prevention of perinatal transmission. 
  3. Describe the maternal and virologic factors that contribute to increased risk of HIV perinatal transmission. 


Webcast Recording

Were you unable to participate in the live session on March 1, 2012?  Or would you like to view the material again?  Good news!  The webcast was recorded & you can access it here! 


Click here to access the training!


Speaker Information


Dr. Linda J. Salinas serves at the Medical Education Director for the TX/OK AETC.  Dr. Salinas received her Doctor of Medicine degree in 1995 from the American University of the Caribbean after which she completed her Internal Medicine residency and Infectious Diseases training at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She joined the Infectious Diseases section in 2000 as an Assistant Professor and serves as the Principle Investigator for the Oklahoma local performance site (LPS). Dr. Salinas' clinical interests include caring for those living with HIV/AIDS and tick-borne illnesses.


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CE information

Continuing Education Credits are not available for this training.


Targent Audience

  • Physicians
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurses
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Social Workers



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