This program is provided by Integrity Continuing Education, Inc., in partnership with U=U plus, a fiscally sponsored project of CryOut Teen Organization.
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This program has been supported by an independent educational grant from Gilead Sciences, Inc.
Recent advances in antiretroviral therapy have improved the outlook for people living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), allowing them greater freedom to focus on their lives, rather than their diagnosis. When considering prevention and treatment, patients have many options, including single-tablet, once-daily, and long-acting injectable antiretroviral regimens. Most recently, the approval of a novel, long-acting treatment for patients with multidrug-resistant HIV has been added to the treatment armamentarium.
Join our distinguished faculty and patient ambassadors to learn more about advances in HIV prevention and treatment, including holistic approaches to care. Discussion will include strategies to reduce disparities, increasing prevention efforts and patient engagement, and the current and emerging approaches to HIV treatment and prevention.
Below are the patient videos. Bryan-Tyler is living with HIV and discusses options for HIV treatment with Dr. Ogbuagu. Cameron is HIV-negative and discusses options for HIV prevention with Dr. Ogbuagu.
Shared Decision-Making Role Play