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The Continuum of HIV Care in Rural and Underserved Communities: Strategies for Addressing Treatment Disparities

HIV remains a significant public health issue that disproportionately impacts rural and underserved communities, particularly those in the Southeast US. Increasing rates of viral suppression and maintaining the continuum of care are critical for ending the HIV epidemic, but barriers such as limited transportation, long distances to care, workforce shortages, and stigma complicate management. In this two-part CME/CE series, expert faculty will review available HIV treatment regimens and current clinical evidence for their use. Real-world strategies to reduce disparities and improve retention in care will also be shared through engaging, case-based discussions.

This series is provided by Talem Health and RME Collaborative in collaboration with the Southeast AIDS Education & Training Center.

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