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Continuing Medical Education (CME) Resources

The American Conference for the Treatment of HIV (ACTHIV) is an annual conference for frontline clinicians caring for individuals living with HIV infection.  

Cases on the Web, an ongoing series of case-based online CME activities. Each activity focuses on a complex issue in HIV disease management and includes a didactic introduction to the issue, along with several case studies and interactive sets of clinical decision points.  
Offers up-to-the-moment CME programs on improving diagnosis and treatment of patients with HIV/AIDS.

Clinical Care Options  
Interactive medical education programs for healthcare professionals, and creates and publishes original CME and information resources that translate the latest developments in science and medicine to clinically useful information. CME is available for conference coverage, journal articles, and interactive cases.

Practice Point  
Coverage for independent educational programs that offer the latest practical, diagnostic, and therapeutic data from major HIV/AIDS related events throughout the year. CME is available for newsletters, monographs, Talking (PowerPoint) Slides™, podcasts, and conference coverage.

HIV and Hepatitis  
Timely information about treatment for HIV/AIDS, chronic hepatitis B and hepatitis C, and co-infection with HIV/HCV and HIV/HBV. CME is available for conference coverage, newsletters, and web symposia.

From WebMD -- offers specialists, primary care physicians, and other health professionals medical information and educational tools. CME is available for journal articles, commentary, book reviews, expert columns, and conference coverage.

Post-conference coverage, expert interview videos, and free CME from HIV Management 2013: The New York Course and Hepatitis C Management: State of the Art.

Sponsored by the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute. Provides free, online CME activities accredited by the University at Albany School for Public Health.

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