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Perspectives on PrEP Care on Demand: Urgent & Convenient Care
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Perspectives on PrEP Care on Demand: Urgent & Convenient Care

This infographic empowers urgent & convenient care clinicians to utilize PrEP to prevent HIV, protect the health of our communities, and create a healthier, more equitable future.

Confronting Inequities: MS & the Black Experience
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Confronting Inequities: MS & the Black Experience

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is not a “White people only” disease. Watch this free CME/CE webinar to hear from Black individuals living with MS and learn from their experiences.

Expires: 11.01.2024
Special Edition: eHIV Review, Issue 2
Special Edition: eHIV Review, Issue 2

A wealth of evidence confirms that adolescents and young adults (AYA) are indeed a priority population whose needs must be addressed for the US Ending...

Expires: 11.06.2025
Special Edition: eHIV Review, Issue 1
Special Edition: eHIV Review, Issue 1

Although adolescents and young adults (AYA; ages 13 to 24) account for more than 20% of all new HIV infections, they remain underrecognized as a prior...

Expires: 08.23.2025
Special Edition: eMultipleSclerosis Review, Issue 2
Special Edition: eMultipleSclerosis Review, Issue 2

What’s the evidence supporting the existence of an MS prodromal phase — where the biology of the disease has begun but the symptoms typica...

Expires: 09.12.2025
Special Edition: eMultipleSclerosis Review, Issue 1
Special Edition: eMultipleSclerosis Review, Issue 1

Is there an MS “prodrome” — a period before the onset of clinical symptoms? If it exists, what are its characteristics? How can it b...

Expires: 09.12.2025
Special Edition: eCysticFibrosis Review, Issue 2
Special Edition: eCysticFibrosis Review, Issue 2

Individuals with cystic fibrosis — adults as well infants and children — have long struggled to gain and maintain their weight. But how ha...

Expires: 12.22.2024
Special Edition: eCysticFibrosis Review, Issue 1
Special Edition: eCysticFibrosis Review, Issue 1

Cystic fibrosis and weight gain. For most of their lives, individuals with CF have struggled to gain weight and achieve BMI norms. For most, despite t...

Expires: 12.22.2024
Issue 2
Issue 2

Pulmonary hypertension. The 2022 ESC/ERS revised guidelines have redefined it. New evidence from ongoing and completed clinical trials have led to upd...

Expires: 02.08.2026
Issue 1
Issue 1

The updated (2022) ESC/ERS (European Society of Cardiology/European Respiratory Society) guidelines provide new definitions of pulmonary hypertension...

Expires: 01.30.2026
eHIV Review Special Edition, Issue 2
eHIV Review Special Edition, Issue 2

In part 1 of this eHIV Review Special Edition (still available at eHIVreview.org), eHIV Review Program Director Justin Alves, Nurse Educator at Boston...

Expires: 01.23.2025
eHIV Review Special Edition, Issue 1
eHIV Review Special Edition, Issue 1

Marginalized individuals at risk for or living with HIV — the formerly incarcerated, immigrants, people with unstable housing, residents of rura...

Expires: 01.23.2025
Issue 12
Issue 12

In this issue: In this video follow-up interview to last issue’s Stigma and HIV, David Pantalone, PhD, a professor from the University of Massac...

Expires: 12.21.2025
Issue 11
Issue 11

Stigma and HIV. It’s something both clinicians and the patients they treat have been hearing a lot more frequently.In this issue of eHIV Review,...

Expires: 12.18.2025
Issue 12
Issue 12

NfL — neurofilament light, from the blood, not the CSF. Is it a reliable indicator of MS activity, a predictor of relapse-related disability, an...

Expires: 12.04.2025
Issue 11
Issue 11

Biomarkers are critically needed tools in MS to quantify disease progression and burden and to monitor treatment effectiveness. What value have key ne...

Expires: 11.15.2025