HIV/HCV Mini-Residency - December 2017
After attending this educational activity, participants should be able to:
- Describe current trends in HIV and viral hepatitis epidemiology in the US;
- Discuss the fundamentals and new trends in HIV and hepatitis prevention, HIV and HCV testing, and counseling, including the use of PrEP and the use of ART for prevention;
- Relate the natural history of HIV infection and disease pathogenesis;
- List the classes and targets of anti-retroviral drugs as well as their side effects and indications for use;
- Identify new directly acting agents for the treatment of hepatitis B and C, and key considerations in the management of HIV/hepatitis co-infected patients;
- Cite factors leading to drug resistance and three ways to reduce the risk of drug resistance.
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