Department of Continuing EducationThe Department of MedicineEarn up to 19.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™Continuing Educati...
The challenge we face as health care professionals iskeeping current on the latest developments in HIVclinical care especi...
Harvard Medical School CourseDirectorsPETER F. WELLER, MD, FACPProfessor of MedicineHarvard Medical SchoolChief, Infectiou...
course sch edu lese sch edu lourc ese sch e du l7:30am – 8:00amContinental Breakfast8:00am – 8:30amOpportunistic Infection...
general in fo rmatio ngener ormational in fgener ormationONLINE INFORMATIONTo register or view course information online, ...
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17th Annual HIV Update: Contemporary Issues in Management

  1. 1. Department of Continuing EducationThe Department of MedicineEarn up to 19.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™Continuing Education credit is also available for Nurses and Pharmacists
  2. 2. The challenge we face as health care professionals iskeeping current on the latest developments in HIVclinical care especially, issues regarding co-infectionswith hepatitis B and/or C.The HIV Update course is a comprehensiveContinuing Medical Education program specificallydesigned to foster the integration of all aspects of HIVcare. The face of the HIV epidemic has become moremultifaceted, such that the care of today’sHIV-infected patient may involve management ofnon-AIDS-defining malignancies, reproductive issues,renal disease and liver disease as well as ensuringadherence to life-long antiretroviral therapy.Our outstanding faculty, recognized as leaders in clinicalpractice and medical education, will challenge, refresh andenrich your knowledge in all fields of HIV management.Teaching will be through state-of-the-art lectures, questionand answer sessions with faculty and case-basedworkshops involving all course attendees. This will be acritical, well-informed, clinically relevant course.Key Topics Include:s State-of-the-Art management of HIV-infectedpatients in the ambulatory and hospitalized settings;s The science of HIV replication and its clinicalapplication;s Comprehensive review of antiretroviral therapy(ART) in the setting of treatment initiation, salvagetherapy, and post-exposure prophylaxis;s Diagnosis and management of primary HIVinfection;s Detailed discussions of HIV complications includingopportunistic infections, lymphomas, malignancies, andhepatitis B and C co-infections;s Contemporary topics in HIV including renal disease,HIV and the medical home, and the management ofHPV-related anogenital infection;s Women’s health issues in HIV includingmanagement pre and post partum;s Discussions of challenging cases with an expertpanel and ample opportunity to ask questions and tointeract with the experienced faculty of theBeth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, HarvardMedical School and invited guest faculty.s Integrate the current standards of care inmonitoring and treating patients with HIVinfection from the asymptomatic stagethrough the various clinical manifestations.s Educate your HIV-infected patients regardingantiretroviral therapy adherence andpotential long-term complications such asthe risk for development of specificmalignancies, chronic liver disease, andchronic metabolic issues.s Integrate into practice the evolving advancesin HIV care, including tailoring antiretroviraltherapy to genotype and phenotype,appropriate incorporation of newerantiretroviral agents, approach to initialtreatment and salvage antiretroviral therapy,management of challenging populations,gender and reproductive issues, andappropriate management of commoninfections, opportunistic and otherwise.s Apply knowledge acquired via participationin a state-of-the-art forum on viral hepatitisand HIV co-infections including the naturalhistory of chronic liver disease in thissetting, appropriate clinical monitoring andtesting, and therapeutic alternatives.s Apply the most current knowledge on how tohelp your HIV-infected patients live longer,healthier lives.s Analyze the wide range of manifestations inHIV disease; the findings with whichpatients most typically present to theirprimary care provider in the outpatientsetting will be stressed.LEARNING OBJECTIVES:At the end of this course you willbe able to:
  3. 3. Harvard Medical School CourseDirectorsPETER F. WELLER, MD, FACPProfessor of MedicineHarvard Medical SchoolChief, Infectious Diseases DivisionChief, Allergy and InflammationDivisionVice Chair for Research, Department ofMedicineBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterProfessor of Immunology andInfectious DiseasesHarvard School of Public HealthLORI A. PANTHER, MD, MPHAssistant Professor of MedicineHarvard Medical SchoolStaff Physician, Division of InfectiousDiseasesBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterAssociate Medical Director for ClinicalResearchThe Fenway InstituteRACHEL P. BADEN, MDAssistant Professor of MedicineHarvard Medical SchoolDirector of Academic and ClinicalAmbulatory Services, InfectiousDiseases DivisionStaff Physician, Division of InfectiousDiseasesBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterGuest FacultyNOBEL A. BELLOSILLO, MDDirector, Medical Affairs US/CanadaJanssen Diagnostics, Inc.JON D. FULLER, MDAssociate Professor of MedicineBoston University School of MedicineStaff Physician, Center for HIV/AIDSCare and ResearchBoston Medical Center"The whole program was well done with exceptional teaching.A comprehensive look at HIV infection. Excellent speakers thatclearly keep up with the literature!" – from a past participant“Up to the Minute Data” Please Note: Program changes/substitutions may be made without notice.You will leave this coursewith:s All of your pressing questionsanswered about HIV and co-infections An awareness of areas of strength andweakness by participating ininteractive computer-based sessionss Recommendations for optimalmanagements A comprehensive electronic syllabuspacked with a wealth of knowledgeWho Should Attend?s Physicians specializing in InfectiousDiseases, Primary Care, FamilyPractice, Internal Medicine,Gastroenterology, and Hepatologys Hospitalistss Physician Assistantss Nurse Practitionerss Nursess Pharmacistss Social WorkersGuest Faculty (continued)KATHERINE HSU, MD, MPHAssociate Professor of PediatricsAttending Physician, PediatricInfectious DiseasesBoston University Medical CenterMedical Director, Division of STDPrevention and HIV/AIDSSurveillanceDirector, Ratelle STD/HIV PreventionTraining Center of New EnglandMassachusetts Department of PublicHealthPEG NELSON, RN, ACRNThe Fenway InstituteJEFFREY SAMET, MD, MPHProfessor of Medicine and PublicHealthBoston University School of Medicineand Public HealthChief, Section of General InternalMedicineBoston Medical CenterLAURIE WILLIAMS, MSN, NP-BCLiver CenterBeth Israel Deaconess Medical CenterHarvard Medical School FacultyNEZAM H. AFDHAL, MDProfessor of MedicineCAROLYN D. ALONSO, MDInstructor in MedicineDAN H. BAROUCH, MD, PHDProfessor of MedicineMICHAEL P. CURRY, MDAssociate Professor of MedicineJOHN P. DOWEIKO, MDAssistant Professor of MedicineMARSHALL FORSTEIN, MDAssociate Professor of PsychiatryALEX GONZALEZ, MD, MPHInstructor in MedicineHarvard Medical School Faculty(continued)CAMILLA S. GRAHAM, MD, MPHAssistant Clinical Professor ofMedicineMELANIE P. HOENIG, MDAssistant Professor of MedicineADOLF W. KARCHMER, MDProfessor of MedicineIGOR J. KORALNIK, MDProfessor of NeurologyDOUGLAS S. KRAKOWER, MDClinical Fellow in MedicineHOWARD LIBMAN, MDProfessor of MedicineKENNETH H. MAYER, MDProfessor of MedicineCHRISTOPHER F. ROWLEY, MD, MPHInstructor in MedicineCATHRYN L. SAMPLES, MD, MPHAssistant Professor of PediatricsROGER L. SHAPIRO, MD, MPHAssociate Professor of MedicineAssociate Professor, Department ofImmunology and Infectious DiseasesHarvard School of Public HealthWENDY STEAD, MDInstructor in MedicineROBIN WIGMORE, MDInstructor in Medicine
  4. 4. course sch edu lese sch edu lourc ese sch e du l7:30am – 8:00amContinental Breakfast8:00am – 8:30amOpportunistic InfectionsCarolyn D. Alonso, MD8:30am – 9:00amPerinatal TransmissionRoger L. Shapiro, MD, MPH9:00am – 9:25amHIV and the Transgender PatientAlex Gonzalez, MD, MPH9:25am – 9:30amQuestion and Answer SessionCarolyn D. Alonso, MDRoger L. Shapiro, MD, MPHAlex Gonzalez, MD, MPH9:30am – 9:45amRefreshment Break9:45am – 10:15amNeurological Manifestations of HIVIgor J. Koralnik, MDANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY10:15am – 11:00amStarting an Initial AntiretroviralRegimenWendy Stead, MD11:00am – 11:45amNew Therapeutic Agents and Their UseIn Treatment Experienced HIV PersonsChristopher F. Rowley, MD, MPH11:45am – 12:25pmQuestion and Answer SessionWendy Stead, MDChristopher F. Rowley, MD, MPHFRIDAY, MAY 31, 2013"Excellent speakers, well pre-pared slide presentations, greatgeneral overview of many impor-tant issues that are practical.""Concise, evidence-based material that closely follows current guidelines."7:15am – 8:00amRegistration and ContinentalBreakfast8:00am – 8:15amIntroduction and Welcome8:15am – 8:45amHIV Vaccines 101Dan H. Barouch, MD, PhD8:45am – 9:30amFun with HIV MutationsNobel A. Bellosillo, MD9:30am – 9:40amQuestion and Answer SessionDan H. Barouch, MD, PhDNobel A. Bellosillo, MD9:40am – 10:00amRefreshment Break10:00am – 10:45amPEP and NPEPDouglas S. Krakower, MD10:45am – 11:15amPrimary HIV InfectionRobin Wigmore, MD11:15am – 11:45amPrimary Care Issues in HIVHoward Libman, MD11:45am – 11:50amQuestion and Answer SessionDouglas S. Krakower, MDRobin Wigmore, MDHoward Libman, MD11:50am – 12:30pmLunch (on your own)THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2013HIV AND MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES12:30pm - 1:00pmIllicit Drugs, Alcohol and Addiction inHIVJeffrey Samet, MD, MPH1:00pm - 1:30pmDepression and HIVMarshall Forstein, MD1:30pm - 1:40pmQuestion and Answer SessionJeffrey Samet, MD, MPHMarshall Forstein, MD1:40pm - 1:45pmBreak (transition to breakouts)Special Workshops (choose one)1:45pm - 2:45pmWorkshop 1:HIV and the Medical HomePeg Nelson, RN, ACRN and panelWorkshop 2:Transitions of Care for AdolescentPatientsCathryn L. Samples, MD, MPH2:45pm - 3:05pmRefreshment BreakCOMPLICATIONS OF HIV AND OTHERINFECTIONS3:05pm - 3:50pmImages of HIVJon D. Fuller, MD3:50pm - 4:20pmHBV and HIVCamilla S. Graham, MD, MPH4:20pm - 4:50pmHPV Related ComplicationsLori A. Panther, MD, MPH4:50pm - 5:00pmQuestion and Answer SessionJon D. Fuller, MDCamilla S. Graham, MD, MPHLori A. Panther, MD, MPH
  5. 5. general in fo rmatio ngener ormational in fgener ormationONLINE INFORMATIONTo register or view course information online, To ensure proper registration, please addthe first three characters of the source code found at the bottom of theregistration form.ACCREDITATIONThe Harvard Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Councilfor Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medicaleducation for physicians.The Harvard Medical School designates this live activity for a maximumof 19.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim onlythe credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in theactivity.ACGME COMPETENCIESThis course is designed to meet one or more of the followingAccreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education competencies:s Patient cares Medical knowledges Practice-based learning and improvementNURSING CREDITThis continuing nursing education activity was approved by the NewHampshire Nurses Association Commission on Continuing Education, anaccredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’sCommission on Accreditation. A maximum of 19 nursing contact hours willbe provided upon successful completion of this activity.PHARMACY CREDITLahey Clinic is accredited by the Accreditation Council forPharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmaceuti-cal education.Requirementsforcredits:This program is approved for ACPE credits.  Participants will receive up to amaximum of 19.0 credit hours (0.19 CEU) of continuing education credits.After attending the program, participants must submit a signed proof ofattendance form and complete the online evaluation.  The NABP eProfile IDand date of birth (MMDD) format must be provided on the signature sheet toreceive credits.  No paper certificates will be provided.COURSE LOCATIONThe Seaport HotelOne Seaport Lane, Boston, MA 02210(Telephone: 1-877-SEAPORT or 617-385-4000)www.seaportboston.comREGISTRATION INFORMATIONs Physicians: $775 (USD)s Reduced Fee for Residents and Fellows in Training and Allied HealthProfessionals: $575 (USD)Register early, space is limited.Registration by credit card (VISA or MasterCard) can be made Registration by check (draft on a United Statesbank), please make payable to Harvard Medical School and mail withregistration form to Harvard Medical School–Department of ContinuingEducation, PO Box 417476, Boston, MA 02241-7476. Telephone or fax regis-tration is not accepted. Registration with cash payment is not permitted.Upon receipt of your paid registration an email confirmation from theHMS-DCE office will be sent to you. Be sure to include an emailaddress that you check frequently. Your email address is used forcritical information including: registration confirmation, evaluationand certificate.INQUIRIES:By phone 617-384-8600, Monday-Friday, 10 AM to 4 PM (EST) or byemail at: POLICY:Harvard Medical School (HMS) adheres to all ACCME Essential Areas,Standards, and Policies. It is HMSs policy that those who have influ-enced the content of a CME activity (e.g. planners, faculty, authors,reviewers and others) disclose all relevant financial relationships withcommercial entities so that HMS may identify and resolve any conflictsof interest prior to the activity. These disclosures will be provided in theactivity materials along with disclosure of any commercial supportreceived for the activity. Additionally, faculty members have beeninstructed to disclose any limitations of data and unlabeled orinvestigational uses of products during their presentations.REFUND POLICY:A handling fee of $150 is deducted for cancellation. Refund requestsmust be received by postal mail, email or fax two weeks prior to thisactivity. No refunds will be made thereafter.COURSE LOCATION:All sessions for this activity will be held at The Seaport Hotel, OneSeaport Lane, Boston, MA 02210 (Telephone: 1-877-SEAPORT or617-385-4000) www.seaportboston.comACCOMMODATIONS /TRAVEL:A limited number of rooms have been reserved at The SeaportHotel (Telephone: 1-877-SEAPORT or 617-385-4000) until May 6,2013. Please specify that you are enrolled in this activity to receive areduced room rate of $248 per night Single/Double. Hotel arrangementscan also be made online through the course website Please do not purchase non-refundable air-line ticket(s) until you have received an email from our office confirmingyour paid registration. For airline reservations contact the HMS TravelDesk toll free 1-877-4-HARVMD (1-877-442-7863) Monday - Friday 9 AM- 8 PM (EST). From outside the U.S., Canada and Virgin Islands, pleasecall 617-559-3764.¡"The entire course was exceptional in content, presentation & enhancing mytreatment of HIV disease." — from a 2012 past participant¡
  6. 6. S E V E N T E E N T H A N N U A L H I V U P D AT E / M AY 3 0 - J U N E 1 , 2 0 1 3S E V E N T E E N T H A N N U Y 3 0 - J U N E 1 , 2 0 1 3T E / M AAA L H I V U P DS E V E N T E E N T H A N N U Y 3 0 - J U N E 1 , 2 0 1 3Course Number: 332577Tuition FeePLEASE CHECK ONE:Physicians: $775 (USD)Reduced Fee for Residents and Fellows in Training and Allied Health Professionals: $575 (USD)Registration FormPLEASE PRINT CLEARLYFULL NAMEFirst Middle Initial LastADDRESSStreet City/State/Zip CountryDAYTIME PHONE FAX NUMBERPlease note: Your email address is used for critical information about the course including: registration confirmation, evaluation and certificate. Please be sure toinclude an email address you check daily or frequently.E-MAIL ADDRESSPlease check if you wish to be excluded from receiving e-mail notices of future Harvard Medical School —Department of Continuing Education programs.PROFESSION DEGREEPRIMARY SPECIALTY (Physicians only) BOARD CERTIFIED: YES NOPROFESSIONAL SCHOOL ATTENDED (Physicians only)Harvard Medical School U.S. Medical School International Year of Graduationæ Online registrants - add the first three characters of the source code found here.Source Code: A B WEB C D E F G H I J K L M X Y Z Z Z