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The HIV Medicine Association is a community of health care professionals that advance a comprehensive and humane response to the HIV pandemic, informed by science and social justice.

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IDSA and HIVMA Board Elections Underway Now Through July 28

Elections for the IDSA and HIVMA Boards of Directors are now underway using a process designed to ensure that the Society’s leadership represents the full diversity of its membership. Voting is open from June 30 through July 28 at 5 p.m. EDT.

HIVMA Chair Testifies in front of Congress to Increase Funding for Critical HIV Programs in FY 2023

HIVMA Chair Marwan Haddad, MD, MPH, provided virtual testimony before the House LHHS Appropriations Subcommittee, calling for increased funding for HIV-related programs. Watch here.

Monkeypox: What to Know

This resource, developed by IDSA for the general public, focuses on how monkeypox spreads, early symptoms and what to do if you may have been exposed to someone with monkeypox or if you think you may have symptoms.

Monkeypox in the U.S. Webinar

This webinar held on June 13 covers Monkeypox updates from the CDC and presentations on what clinicians and community members need to know.

Long-Acting Antiretroviral Treatment: Considerations for Health Care Providers

Guidance from NASTAD and HIVMA for implementing long-acting antiretroviral treatment updated to reflect changes to the FDA label regarding bi-monthly dosing, the oral lead-in, bridging doses and more. 

Paxlovid for the Treatment of COVID-19: Considerations for People with HIV and Hepatitis C

Guidance and resources for treating patients with HIV and hepatitis C for COVID-19 with Paxlovid.

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