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Ending the HIV Epidemic and Other STIs teleECHO

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.

 

Schedule -

Every First and Third Tuesday from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM CST.

 

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What does the Ending the HIV Epidemic and Other STIs teleECHO offer?

  • Learn best practices and evidence-based care for patient with HIV/Other STIs
  • Support to access and treat patients within their medical home
  • Real time clinical review of cases submitted by participants
  • Free CME for healthcare professionals *certain conditions apply

 

Why Ending the HIV Epidemic and Other STIs teleECHO?

  • Only 87% were diagnosed, 76% received some HIV care, 58% were retained in care, and only 66% were virally suppressed.
  • Poorly controlled HIV without ART progresses to AIDS leading to opportunistic infections and death.
  • HIV with ART can prolong life with similar life expectancies to the general population.

 

Topics -

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

 

Team -

Bryan Bozell, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVP

Clinical Assistant Professor

Department of Internal Medicine, Special Clinic

OSU-CHS

 

Micah Derby, DO, AAHIVS

Clinical Assistant Professor

Department of Internal Medicine, Special Clinic

OSU-CHS

 

Jennifer Stauffer, MHS, PA-C, AAHIVS

Clinical Assistant Professor

Department of Internal Medicine, Specialty Services

OSU-CHS

 

Maria E. Mancebo, MS

Public Health Detailer

Sexual Health and Harm Reduction Services

OSDH

 

Kyle Boston, BS

Public Health Detailer

Sexual Health and Harm Reduction Services

OSDH

 

Nikkole Harris

Clinical Coordinator – Project ECHO

 

Submit A Case

To present a case at an upcoming HIV TeleECHO clinic, email Nikkole Harris, Clinical Coordinator at nikkole.harris@okstate.edu to request an ECHO ID number. You will receive an ID and the case presentation form.

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