eHIV Review is a no-cost CME program developed by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSOM) in partnership with DKBmed. Expert insight and analysis providing information directly relevant to HIV care, through topic-focused newsletters summarizing the peer-reviewed literature with accompanying podcasts to illustrate how to apply that information in the clinic.
eHIV Review is part of the highly successful eLiterature Review series. Over 50,000 health care providers are subscribed to eLiterature Review in areas such as viral hepatitis, primary care, pulmonology, cystic fibrosis, multiple sclerosis, and diabetes. Join your colleagues in this highly-rated educational program.
eHIV Review Volume 4 covers key topics such as:
How emerging therapies, including long-acting ART, may provide improved adherence and better resistance profiles
Identifying and linking high-risk patients (young PWID, MSM) to appropriate treatment
Switching to therapies to limit comorbidities, including renal and bone toxicities
Real-world safety and efficacy data of new HIV medications
PrEP and U=U (Undetectable=Untransmittable)
Adherence improvement techniques
It is practically impossible for time-pressed clinicians to stay current with new clinical developments by reading medical literature alone, despite the value of doing so. To address this, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSOM), in partnership with DKBmed, has enhanced the way clinicians receive this vital information through our highly successful eLiterature Review series, spanning a variety of disease states and covering a wide range of clinical expertise. The nuances of each disease require a tailored approach to facilitate optimal learning techniques and knowledge retention. In previous eLiterature Review, some programs have been specifically directed to the specialist practitioner (eg, eCysticFibrosis, eNeonatalogy), but the majority have targeted a combination of both specialists and primary care clinicians that treat patients with chronic disease (eg, eDiabetes, eViralHepatitis).
"eHIV Review condenses the latest research findings about the care of people with HIV and emerging antiretroviral therapies to help doctors make the most effective treatment choices for their patients, as well as identify those who should be screened."
-Alysse Wurcel, MD, Assistant Professor, Tufts Medical Center Division of Geographic Medicine and Infectious Diseases