80038427EM - Optimal Management of HIV Disease and Hepatitis: Clinical Conference XXIV (OPMAN)


Date
Tuesday, April 12, 2016 - Wednesday, April 12, 2017   Not Applicable, Baltimore, MD

Overview
Optimal Management of HIV Disease and Hepatitis Clinical Conference XXIV (OPMAN 2016) – Enduring Video Archive

Course Contents

We are pleased to have recently held Optimal Management of HIV Disease and Hepatitis: Clinical Conference XXIV (OPMAN). The conference took place March 11-13, 2016 in Orlando, Florida with 15 of the leading treaters and researchers in HIV and hepatitis medicine presenting an array of topics covering HIV disease, hepatitis and HIV-hepatitis B/C coinfection. The presentations offered a unique distillation of clinically focused data tailored for practicing HIV and hepatitis healthcare professionals.

This certified CME/CE enduring video archive of OPMAN XXIV provides access to each day of the conference including the clinical presentations, interactive case discussions and panel discussions addressing audience and faculty questions. CME/CE credit is provided separately by sections so you can participate in only those sections of interest to you. We hope you enjoy this activity.

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Objectives
  1. Use new information on the pathogenesis of HIV and Viral Hepatitis infection into patient management strategies.
  2. Manage patients with antiretroviral and/or HBV/HCV therapy failure based upon the most recent data presented at the Vancouver IAS Pathogenesis Meeting (2015), San Diego ICAAC (2015), Lisbon IDSA (2015), Boston CROI (2016), Vienna EASL (2015) andSan Francisco AASLD (2015) conferences.
  3. Use the latest pharmacogenomics/kinetics/dynamics data in managing antiviral (HIV, HBV, HCV) drug interactions, side effects, and complications of treatment.
  4. Evaluate patients for pre-exposure prophylaxis therapy to prevent HIV infection.
  5. Identify and manage patient risk factors for cardiovascular complications of HIV and HIV HBV/HCV co-infected patients.

Accreditation
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.