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.
In the context of the health crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the media often opt for quantity over quality, disseminating confusing content or content that has not been previously scientifically verified.
The webinar offers a complete update in HIV/AIDS science, from basics to epidemiology and clinical grounds. Having identified the most pertinent lessons of HIV disease, this project offers lectures given by the most relevant scientists in the field that can be viewed on-demand.
Clinical research is crucial to advancing medicine, solving clinical problems in daily practice, and improving the quality of patient care. It is essential that clinical research is carried out with the utmost rigor and applying the scientific methodology in all its stages.
The objective of the course is to offer a global vision of the current status of HIV infection.
The objective of the Collaboration program is to provide a formal framework for a highly personalized educational activity for physicians/nurses in the management of elder HIV infected patients and its associated comorbidities. It is expected that the activities developed under this program will foster scientific exchange of high value and potential emerging collaboration projects.