ONLINE MEETING HIGHLIGHTS 2020 | 1
Started on 17 July, 2020
100% Online Self-paced
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Basic Knowledge Level
Approx. 30 minutes to complete each module
The Online Meeting Highlights series opens with global topics on HIV treatment, prevention, and research - providing vital information to everyone involved in HIV care.
Our international experts have summarized the latest data on drug-drug interaction, the progress towards a cure, and new developments in the field of injectable drugs for HIV prevention.
All modules can be followed independently and at your own pace. Complete the entire course to be equipped with the most up-to-date information on these global topics. You can even expand your knowledge by watching in-depth talks from the Global HIV Clinical Forum 2020: Optimizing Treatment.
We hope you will find this useful for your practice. Be sure not to miss our upcoming editions!
What will set you apart?
After watching this educational series, you will be able to:
Understand the pharmacology of long-acting antiviral drugs, and their potential drug-drug interactions
Outline basic concepts of clinical research on HIV cure
Specify existing and investigational long-acting antiviral drugs for HIV prevention and understand the rationale behind their use
Is this program for you?
The program is aimed at clinicians from various specialties who occasionally treat HIV patients, such as primary care physicians, family doctors, OBGYN, transgender healthcare clinicians, adolescent medicine professionals, and preventive medicine professionals, as well as at public health workers and researchers engaged in HIV related disciplines at varying degrees.
Sheba Medical Center,
Online Education Team
Should you have any questions regarding the Online Meeting Highlights series, do not hesitate to reach out to our team.
Online Education Team Leader
Senior Scientific Manager
Digital Marketing Manager
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.