Dr Vincent Guilamo-Ramos presents a 5-point strategy for reimagining the HIV workforce to reach EHE 2030 goals, with a focus on the growing at-risk Latino community.
When pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), is taken daily as prescribed, sexual transmission of HIV is reduced by approximately 99% and transmission through injection drug use is reduced by at least 74%.
As people living with HIV begin to age, their risk of developing HIV-associated cognitive decline increases. A specific training program to help patients with HIV with speed of processing (SOP) may help stall those effects.
The first case of AIDS was reported more than 40 years ago and since then, people living with HIV (PLWH) have faced persistent stigma that affects both patients’ lives and the continuum of HIV care.
Innovative program helps manage stimulant use disorder and provides PrEP services and treatment to patients at risk for and living with HIV.
Study shows low uptake of PrEP among youth experiencing homelessness at risk for HIV infection during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Intervention links at-risk patients from sexually transmitted infection screening to HIV PrEP services.
The COVID-19 pandemic caused people living with HIV to report several changes to their mental health including a decrease in quality of life, increase in anxiety, decrease in feeling connected to friends, decrease in feeling connected to family, and decrease in sleep quality.
ANAC 2022, Meeting Coverage
After 4 weeks of using an app-based mindfulness intervention, anxiety was reduced and participants were more ready to quit smoking.
Infectious Diseases Information Center
Researchers evaluated patients with HIV infection who received the HepB-CpG vaccine, a hepatitis B surface antigen vaccine adjuvanted with a toll-like receptor 9 agonist.