Inflamm-aging: Effects of Chronic Inflammation with HIV

Advances in Antiretroviral therapy (ART) allow people with HIV to live longer with fewer medications. Join us as Dr. Peter Hunt details the connection between chronic inflammation and HIV infection and discusses care considerations and emerging research.

Aging and PrEP: Considerations for PrEP in People 50 Years of Age and Older

Ensuring older adults have access to PrEP is a key step towards ending the HIV epidemic in the U.S. This webinar will present considerations around medical, counseling, and educational strategies to improve the uptake of PrEP among people aged 50 and older. It will highlight the benefits and opportunities of using PrEP in this population in efforts to decrease the rate of new HIV infections among people over 50. Presenters will focus on practical strategies for engaging older adults, such as culturally competent messaging and sexual history taking.

National HIV Curriculum: HIV in Older Adults

The shift of the HIV epidemic to increasingly involve older persons highlights several health care needs: (1) medical care systems with the capacity to provide clinical services for a large cohort of older persons with HIV, (2) active screening programs to detect HIV in older persons, and (3) implementation of strategies to prevent forward transmission of HIV from older persons.

Listen. Learn. Engage.

Listen. Learn. Engage. is a video module on setting the foundation for long-term engagement with your patients.

Using a Multidisciplinary Approach to Improve Retention in HIV Care

A hospital-based clinic affiliated with the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania implemented a multidisciplinary approach to strengthen outreach to Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) clients and improve care retention. Clients served with the multidisciplinary approach had higher rates of retention in care.