NEAETC HIV Primary Care Conference in P-Town on April 28th

Co-Sponsored by Outer Cape Health Services

Registration Now Open for Day-Long Conference Co-Sponsored by Outer Cape Health Services

The New England AIDS Education and Training Center (NEAETC) and Outer Cape Health Services (OCHS)  are pleased to announce the Annual HIV Primary Care Conference to be held Friday, April 28 at the Provincetown Inn located at One Commercial Street. The conference will provide primary care providers, social workers and case managers with important, up-to-date information addressing timely topics in HIV medicine. Registration is free and includes breakfast, lunch and CME, CEU, and Social Work credits for respective participants.

Participants will have an opportunity to interact with expert NEAETC faculty and OCHS clinical staff, all highly experienced HIV providers in Massachusetts. The conference will take place from 8:30am-4:30pm, with topics including:

• What Every Primary Care Provider Needs to Know About HIV and Hepatitis

• Strengthening HIV/HCV Treatment Programs in Community Health Centers

• Providing Culturally Competent Care of Transgender and Sexual Minority Patients

• The Challenges of Addiction and HIV Disease

• STD Update for Primary Care Physicians

• Building a PrEP Program within Primary Care Practice

• Longitudinal Care of the HIV Long-Term Survivor

According to the NEAETC, “HIV no longer requires management solely by an Infectious Disease or HIV specialist. Advances in treatment have enabled most people to become stable and live with a chronic disease requiring monitoring that is similar to many chronic diseases managed by primary care providers.”

To register, visit www.neaetc.org or call (617) 262-5657 for more information. Pre-registration by April 25th is recommended.  


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