HIV Conference at a Glance
The goal of this program is to provide Healthcare Professionals the opportunity to enhance knowledge with new and updated data to improve HIV/AIDS treatment for patients and their families, enrich compassionate caring skills, and provide an overview of the methodology and statistics that will serve to support the treatment, prevention and education of HIV. The conference is designed to bring faculty with state-of-the-art knowledge of HIV therapy and care, along with participants who are eager to learn and implement new knowledge in their daily practices.
MDs, RNs, ID Specialists, PAs, NPs, Psychiatrists, MFTs, LCSWs, Pharmacists, Substance Abuse Professionals, Case Managers, Pediatric ID Specialists and the General Public.
Upon Completion of the Conference, the Participants Should Be Able To:
- Recognize the goals of care for HIV-exposed and understand routine care procedures
- Identify the scope of treatment in prevention medicine for partners and HIV families
- Analyze and propose a new conceptual framework to develop leaders in the processes of HIV Care
An Annual Conference for Physicians and Allied Health Providers
addressing clinical and prevention issues.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
UC Irvine's Student Center Doheny Beach Meeting Rooms
A311 Student Center, Irvine, CA 92697-2050 [MORE ON THIS]
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FEES POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE March 13, 2015: $160.00.
REGISTRATION FEES POSTMARKED AFTER March 13, 2015: $185.00.
GROUPS OF 5 OR MORE, POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE MARCH 13, 2015: $150 per person.
Registration includes program, syllabus, continuing education credit, continental breakfast and luncheon. [MORE ON THIS]
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For more information, Contact Blanca Guardado at 714 456-7734 or email@example.com