The online meeting highlights will effectively summarize the most important new data presented at the respective conference and analyze their impact on clinical practice and the future of research and patient care.
This year’s highlights faculty Dr. Charles Flexner, Dr. Julian Falutz, and Dr. Scott Letendre covers the most notable topics, data and research presented at the meeting and cover the latest findings on HIV, Aging in the international setting, Aging and lung function, Aging and non-HIV cancers, Aging, muscle function and exercise, Aging and HIV cure, Aging and Frailty, Influences of future morbidity burden, Altered coagulation as a pathophysiological mechanism, New models of care for PLWH, Cannabis use among older adults and Health effects of cannabis and cannabinoids.
SYPOSIUM ON MANAGING TODAY'S COMPLEX HIV PATIENT 2019
This educational activity summarizes the most important new data presented, as well as the key discussions held at the at the symposium on Managing Today's Complex HIV Patient at IDWeek, which took place in Washington DC, United Sates 2019. It consists of three presentations given by Dr. Michael Kozal, Daniel Kuritzkes and David Hardy.
This educational activity summarizes the most important new data presented, as well as the key discussions held at the 4th European Workshop on Healthy Living with HIV, which took place in Barcelona, Spain,13 - 14 September 2019. It consists of three presentations given by Laura Waters, Donn Colby and Andrea Calcagno.
INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY OF HIV, HEPATITIS & OTHER ANTIVIRAL DRUGS 2019
This online program summarizes the highlights of the 20th International Workshop on Clinical Pharmacology of HIV, Hepatitis and other Antiviral Drugs, which took place in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, 14-16 May 2019. It consists of two summary presentations given by Saye Khoo and Jennifer Kiser, and a written editorial by Dr. David Burger.
This activity contains three presentations of the highlights of the 9th International Workshop on HIV & Women, which was held in Seattle, USA, on 2-3 March 2019, and their possible implications for your clinical practice.