HIV/Viral Disorders TeleECHO
Get expert HIV specialist knowledge in a virtual learning network with the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences HIV Specialist ECHO team. The curriculum is designed to expand expertise in treating HIV/AIDS in the primary care setting.
Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST. To join this ECHO session registration is a one-time requirement. Once registered, you will receive an ECHO participant guide with more information.
What does the HIV/Viral Disorder ECHO Offer?
- Learn best practices and evidence-based care for patients with HIV/Viral Disorders
- Support to assess and treat patients within their medical home
- Real time clinical review of cases submitted by participants
- Free CME for health care professionals *certain conditions apply
Why HIV/Viral Disorder ECHO?
- At the end of 2014, an estimated 5,610 people were living with HIV in Oklahoma.
- In 2014, 311 cases of HIV were newly diagnosed in Oklahoma.
- In 2014, approximately 9,783 cumulative HIV cases were diagnosed in Oklahoma.
Topics for case-based learning and discussion include:
- Antiretroviral therapy guidelines
- Drug-drug interactions
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Common rashes in HIV
- HIV and hepatitis
- Preventive screening in HIV
- Barriers to adherence to therapy
- Resistance testing
- Vaccinations for HIV patients
Madhuri J. Lad, D.O., FACOI, AAHIVS
Clinical Assistant Professor
OSU Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine
Crystal David, Pharm.D, BCPS
Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine
Submit A Case
To present a case at an upcoming Hepatitis C TeleECHO clinic, email Nikkole Harris, Clinical Coordinator at email@example.com to request an ECHO ID number. You will receive an ID and the case presentation form.