Primary care may hold the key when it comes to early surveillance and treatment of new HIV infections.
Rachael Zimlich, RN
Patients with HIV report having little involvement in their care decisions, but many also report feeling too poorly educated about the options to want the choice.
There is a new vaccine against shingles, and ACIP has recommended that it replace its predecessor.
A new program developed with the support of CDC aims to streamline vaccine-related functions in EHRs to make administration and reporting easier for clinicians.
While some third-world nations are making great strides, recent reports suggest massive funding efforts are yielding small results in other parts of the world.
Declining numbers of physicians are entering infectious disease care, but patients with HIV are living longer. A new report proposes a different kind of training track.
Many patients with HIV experience interruptions in care at some point in their disease.
Two new reports investigate the impact of behaviors and comorbidities and how they affect health outcomes in HIV patients.
Antiretrovirals have done a good job in halting the progression of HIV to AIDS, but new gene editing technologies could result in a cure.
HIV/AIDS management has come a long way, but there is still work to do to support patients with what is now a chronic disease.