HIV Management in Rural and Underserved Communities:
 Tailoring Care and Treatment to Improve Health Equity

HIV remains a significant public health issue, especially in rural and underserved areas where the rate of new HIV diagnoses is disproportionately high. Barriers such as lack of transportation, HIV-related stigma, and clinician shortages all pose unique challenges and contribute to gaps in HIV care and treatment. In this four-part CME/CE series, Dr. Paul Sax and Dr. Stephen Raffanti will review the latest advances in antiretroviral therapy and best practices for evidence-based management in primary care. Strategies to reduce disparities and promote equitable care in rural and underserved populations will also be reviewed.

This series is jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine and RME Collaborative in collaboration with the Southeast AIDS Education & Training Center.


Series Courses