Advances in HIV/AIDS: How to Improve Patient Satisfaction and Outcomes
- Utilize current and emerging data on HIV therapies and treatment paradigms to improve the treatment of HIV-positive patients;
- Address and reduce side effects from ARVs that can interfere with adherence to ARV regimens;
- Understand and apply in a clinical setting information about new paradigms and approaches to treating and managing HIV, including potential two-drug ARV combinations;
- Provide rapid initiation of ARV therapy following an HIV diagnosis;
- Apply new and emerging information on long-acting ARVs to their clinical practice;
- Discuss future directions in HIV treatment and HIV cure research.
Professor of Medicine
Director, Clinical Therapeutics Program
Penn Center for AIDS Research
Perelman School of Medicine at the
University of Pennsylvania
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