Training the new generation of HIV physiciansMarina Ventura2021-01-11T13:10:58+00:00
Training the new generation of HIV physicians
This program offers a complete update in HIV/AIDS science, from basics to epidemiology and clinical grounds.
At the completion of this activity, the participants should be able to update themselves in the most current knowledge about HIV/AIDS and its complications, including information regarding epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment of HIV infection and its complications. They should also be able to translate the latest basic and laboratory research into their daily clinical practice, including new developments in relevant HIV pathogenesis, comorbidities and antiretroviral treatment.
The course offers a comprehensive overview of the most relevant HIV/AIDS related topics. It is intended for young health professionals interested in specializing in HIV/AIDS, as well as already established professionals that want a deeper understanding of some specific issues.
The program is made up of twelve modules and each of them is composed of two sessions / presentations.
Starting in February 2021, each month a module will be published so that the learner will finish the full program after one year.
As successive modules are published, the previous ones will be always available to those who missed them or wish to review them.
After the competition of each module, a self-assessment form will be filled.
Those who followed the whole program in one of the languages offered and passed (with a 70% of correct answers) the knowledge test of at least the 70% of the program, will be able to obtain their CME credits. Only the first attempt will be valid.
Every session will have a duration of approximately 30 minutes and can be seen on demand. The launch of each module will be announced through email notifications and dissemination campaigns.
Webinars will be produced in Spanish and in English, and subtitles will be added for easier comprehension.