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

"Webinar Series

Part I & II: Clinical Management of the Newly Diagnosed HIV Patient"

presented by Angel Ribo, PA-C, MPAS

 

Recordings & Session Slides

 

Part I

Part I was broadcast LIVE on April 19, 2012?  Did you miss the webcast? Or would you like to review the material gain?  Good news!  The webcast was recorded and you can access it here! 

Click here to access the recording!

 

Part II

Part II was broadcast LIVE on May 17, 2012?  Did you miss the webcast?Or would you like to review the material gain?  Good news!  The webcast was recorded and you can access it here! 

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Learning Objectives

Part I

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the predictors of poor adherence.
  • Identify the predictors of virologic success.
  • Describe the CD4 levels for patient prophylaxis.


Part II

At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the signs and symptoms of acute HIV.
  • Describe the goals of therapy for HIV infection.
  • Identify the obstacles that toxicities play in adherence.

 

Speaker Information

 

Angel Ribó is a Physician’s Assistant with a Masters in Physician’s Assistant Studies in Infectious Diseases.  Mr. Ribó is the Director of Clinical Affairs for one of the TX/OK AIDS Education & Training Center’s Local Performance Sites- Valley AIDS Council in Harlingen, TX.  As Clinical Director, he has direct patient care responsibilities as well as the lead administrative responsibilities over the operations in the medical department for clinical sites in Harlingen and Corpus Christi.


Mr. Ribó also serves in the capacity of consultant for the Human Resources and Services Administration through “Health HIV”- a National AIDS Education & Training Center located in Washington D.C.  One of his main functions with “Health HIV” is as a curriculum developer and National Trainer through regular National webcasts providing workshops aimed at Federally Qualified Community Health Centers throughout the US and Puerto Rico.  Previously, Mr. Ribó served on the Clinical Faculty with the Texas/Oklahoma AIDS Education & Training Center and worked as a Primary Care Provider at Parkland’s HIV/AIDS Clinic in Dallas from 1998 until 2004.


 

 

 

 

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Registration

Pre-registration is required.

Click on the links to the left to access the session recording.

 

CE Information

Continuing Education Credits are not available for this training.

 

Target Audience

  • Physicians
  • Physician Assistants Nurses
  • Nurse Practitioners
  • Pharmacists
  • Other health care professionals caring for people with HIV

 

Questions?

Event Questions:

Contact Wally Cantu

(956-507-4880)

Technical Questions:

Contact Ashley Tijerina (214.590.6686)

 


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