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HealthHIV Presents Original Research at AIDS 2012

August 2012

HealthHIV Presents Original Research at AIDS 2012

HealthHIV researchers presented three original abstracts to AIDS 2012 delegates:

The State of HIV in Primary Care: A Fractured Landscape focuses on the increasing importance of primary care providers delivering care to patients living with HIV in an area where HIV/AIDS is increasingly considered a chronic disease.

Supporting the National HIV/AIDS Strategy Through Performance Improvement (PI) CME: Empowering Providers With Limited Resources addresses how PI CME built the capacity of PCPs to serve people living with HIV and align their HIV service delivery practices with the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy.

Influencing Blacks and African-Americans' Decision to Provide HIV Care: Greater Focus on Medically Under-Served Communities and Health Equity examines the challenges and opportunities in building the next generation of Black and African American medical providers to deliver HIV care in communities of color, which have been disproportionately impacted by HIV since it the epidemic began in 1981.

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