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TM Series – Physical Therapy Assessment and HIV

November 14, 2017 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am

Abstract

The annual Parkland Tuesday Morning series aims to increase access to care for HIV patients by educating primary care providers and developing specialists. The series starts with basic concepts of treating HIV patients, including diagnosis and management of opportunistic infections, and expands to more specialized topics focusing on recent research.


The Tuesday morning HIV series is targeted towards educating healthcare providers on how to provide high-quality, evidence-based, comprehensive medical care to patients with HIV/AIDS. It provides education to training physicians (including fellows and residents), medical students, nurses, case managers, social workers, pharmacists, physicians, nurse practitioners, and any other health professionals providing care to those infected with HIV.

Slides sets (and recordings if available) are provided in the library for those who would like to view the presentations once they pass.

Specific Instructions:

For those attending in person, the presentation is held in the first floor auditorium of the Amelia Court Professional Building. Virtual attendance is only available for some of the presentations, and that information will be provided to you upon registration. For those attending virtually: on the day of the event, please click on the web conferencing link information sent to you at registration.

All attendees must register for the event! Please click the registration link below: Registration Link



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Target Audience:

Dentist , Nurse , Nurse practitioner , Other Advanced Practice Nurse , Pharmacist , Physician , Physician Assistant , Other


CE Credits:

Medical , Certificates of Attendance

 CE Accreditation

Details

Date:
November 14, 2017
Time:
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Event Categories:
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Organizer

Ned Potithavoranant, DPT

Venue

Amelia Court Professional Building
1936 Amelia Court , Dallas, TX, TX United States
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Series:

Tuesday Morning Discussion Series