inPractice HIV is the only point-of-care clinical reference designed to meet the unique needs of specialists. Features comprehensive guidance on the management of HIV, including prevention, diagnosis, antiretroviral therapy; management of comorbidities, coinfections, and opportunistic diseases; and challenges in specific patient populations. Also includes concise summary content, detailed recommendations, a full drug database, guideline summaries, decision support tools, medical calculators, and access to PubMed abstracts and ClinicalTrials.gov.
Editors-in-Chief: Joseph J. Eron, Jr., MD; Daniel R. Kuritzkes, MD; Kathleen E. Squires, MD
How to Gain Access:
The inPractice HIV app is provided free of charge as a service to users who have registered for free access. Simply download/install the app and then log in using your inPractice user name and password. You can find more information at inPractice.com
1-time only login
Use on all your devices
Content is constantly updated with the latest best practices in patient care
Bulleted summaries for quick point-of-care reference
Quick drug look-up function
A single search yields results from multiple clinical databases: inPractice expert-authored content, relevant decision support tools, drug reference, guidelines, PubMed abstracts and clinical trials.
Use online or offline. Download content to your device for fast, offline use
Physicians can earn Point-of-Care CME credits
Bookmarks and saved searches are automatically synchronized between the app and the Web site
Includes all content available with your inPractice account