This is an open-access tool to share and look for real-life experiences on the clinical management of DDIs among all professionals involved in the provision of HIV healthcare.
The objective of the HIV management expert consultation platform is to provide remote expert advice and sharing scientific developments on the field of HIV and infectious diseases.
In the last two years, the low level of training that infectious disease specialists have been able to access has been mainly related to SARS-CoV-2 infection, leaving aside other fields of interest in this speciality, such as bacterial, fungal, or HIV infections and sexually transmitted diseases.
The objective of the course is to offer a global vision of the current status of HIV infection.
This refresher programme on HIV infection includes, among others, aspects such as neurocognitive and functional impairment, advances in antiretroviral treatment, and comorbidities in people with HIV.
There are courses in the field of HIV, workshops on clinical cases, workshops on the different fields of interest in HIV, stays in centers of excellence, etc; however, the personal and direct contact of the doctor with his patient continues to instill "respect" for the doctor without experience in this field.