Tuesday Morning Discussion Series


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.

This 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.


Additionally, you may access past presentations from the series by viewing our library! Some presentations will be in downloadable PDFs. Other more recent presentations may also include recordings from the presentation itself! Please click the link below to view:


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Learning Objective:

1.  To correctly diagnose and treat patients with suspected opportunistic infections
2.  To initiate antiretroviral therapy on treatment-naïve patients with HIV
3.  To select an HIV treatment regimen for treatment-experienced patients
4.  To manage pregnant women with HIV infection with safe and effective therapies
5.  To describe hepatitis C curative treatment in patients with HIV

Target Audience:

Dietitian/Nutritionist , Dentist , Health Educator , Mental Health Professional , Nurse , Nurse practitioner , Public Health Professional , Professional , Other Advanced Practice Nurse , Pharmacist , Physician , Physician Assistant , Social Worker , Substance Abuse Professional

CE Credits:

Medical , Certificates of Attendance

 CE Accreditation


Education , Treatment

Seminars: Details & Registrations