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
Nishitha Gali, MHA, BDS
Submit A Case
To present a case at an upcoming Hepatitis C TeleECHO clinic, email Nishitha Gali, Clinical Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an ECHO ID number. You will receive an ID and the case presentation form.