The Online Meeting Highlights is an educational resource where healthcare professionals and students can keep up to date with the key developments in the treatment and care of HIV infected individuals. The latest information on HIV treatment, prevention, and research will be accessible and easily digestible. All those with an interest in or are engaged in the management of HIV patients to varying degrees are encouraged to join and gain a greater understanding of HIV medicine.
Each Online Meeting Highlight consists of three modules, containing a 15-25 minute video along with slides to provide a short, focused overview of specific topics relating to HIV management, presented by internationally renowned experts.
Grouped into series, each edition relates to a major HIV meeting on similar topics. If you are interested in learning more, resources will be available.
Sheba Medical Center,
Jonathan M Schapiro, MD has devoted his career to HIV clinical care, research and education since completing his Fellowship in Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine Center For AIDS Research, Stanford CA. Dr. Schapiro Graduated from the Ben Gurion University School of Medicine and completed his Medicine Residency at the Rabin Medical Center in Israel.
Charles A. B. Boucher received his MD cum laude at the Academic Medical Center in 1987. In 1993 he finished his PhD in Virology at the University of Amsterdam. He published over 250 peer reviewed papers, that have appeared in Science, New England Journal of Medicine, The Lancet, Nature Medicine, Journal of Infectious Diseases and AIDS. He coordinated several success European funded programs. He is the coordinator of a large network (33 countries) in Europe that studies the transmission of drug resistant HIV and chairs the European Society for Antiviral Research (ESAR). His current position is professor in Virology at the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, clinical microbiologist at the Erasmus Medical Center, coordinator of the Honours Class with the medical curriculum and scientific director at Virology Education, Utrecht, Netherlands.
Learn at your own pace
The modules are entirely online and are available on demand.
Specialized topics, explained simply
Each edition will take approximately 1.5 hours to complete
Drug-Drug Interactions with Injectable Antiretroviral Regimens
Update on HIV Cure
Injectable drugs for HIV prevention
Available from 17 July 2020
Definition and epidemiology of multiclass resistant patients
Treatment options for multiclass resistant patients and how best to use them
Clinical case: challenges in treating complex patients
Available from 18 September
Drug-drug interactions with oral INSTI
Update on preventing mother to child transmission
Preventing HIV infection in women and adolescents
Available from 2 October
Use of INSTI in Asia
HIV drug resistance in Asia
Update on PrEP
Available from 19 October
Care of HIV infected transgender individuals
Overcoming HIV stigma
Management of STI and HIV co-infection
Available from 20 October
Injectable drugs for HIV treatment
Update on INSTI Clinical Pharmacology
Cost effective considerations in HIV antiretroviral therapy
Available from 29 October
Optimal use of INSTI in middle income countries
Update on INSTI toxicity
Reduced drug regimens
Available from 18 November
Care of Pediatric HIV patients
Care of HIV infected adolescents
Pharmacological considerations in HIV pediatric care
Available from 19 November
Identifying and diagnosing multiclass resistant patients
Management of multiclass resistant patients
Managing drug interactions in patients on salvage regimens
Available from 27 November
HIV and pregnancy
Managing HIV in injection drug users
Update on HIV drug resistance
Available from November
HIV and TB co-infection
Available from December
HIV and women’s health
Injectable drugs for HIV treatment and prevention
Use of INSTI in the Middle East
Available from December
This educational activity is supported by an independent educational grant from ViiV Healthcare.
ViiV Healthcare was not involved in the development of content or selection of faculty for this educational activity.
Should you have any questions regarding the Online Meeting Highlights series, do not hesitate to reach out to our team.