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2014 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
TREATMENT OF HEPATITIS C INFECTION: INTERPRETING THE LATEST DATA FROM AASLD (THE LIVER MEETING)
Including select content presented during the 64th Annual Meeting of The American Association for the Study of Liver Disease in Washington, DC.


2013 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
HEPATITIS B IN IMMIGRANT POPULATIONS: CHALLENGING CASES IN PRIMARY CARE



2010 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Webcast - Preventing Influenza in School-Aged Children: Evidence-Based Decision Making on Universal Vaccination
An archived webcast based on the World Society for Pediatric Infectious Diseases’ (WSPID) 6th World Congress

Fourth Annual Optimizing Care for Minority Patients with HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action (Podcast2)
2010-3

Fourth Annual Optimizing Care for Minority Patients with HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action (Podcast3)
2010-3

Fourth Annual Optimizing Care for Minority Patients with HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action (Podcast1)
2010-3

Fourth Annual Optimizing Care for Minority Patients with HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action (Podcast4)
2010-3

Fourth Annual Optimizing Care for Minority Patients with HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action Webcast


4th Annual Optimizing Care for Minority Patients with HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action (Journal Club)


4th Annual Optimizing Care for Minority Patients with HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action ( Journal Club/Podcasts/ Webcast/Monograph)
An online resource center with multiple activities available

4th Annual Optimizing Care for Minority Patients with HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action (Journal Club 2)


4th Annual Optimizing Care for Minority Patients with HIV/AIDS: A Call to Action (Monograph)
Including proceedings from a symposium held in Coral Gables, Florida


2009 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Hepatitis B in Immigrant Populations: Breaking Barriers and Improving Outcomes
Including proceedings of a national series of lunch and learn meetings


2008 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Optimizing Care for Minority Women with HIV/AIDS
A Comprehensive Eduactional Campaign for HIV/AIDS Clinicians


2007 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Treating Bloodstream Infections in the ICU: Can We Get It Right the First Time?


Meeting the Challenges of Childhood Influenza Vaccination: A Public Health Perspective


Pandemic Influenza: A Call to Action
Based on a consensus meeting conducted by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine on January 11, 2007

Delivering Optimal Care: Prevention, Detection, and Management of Hepatitis B in Asian and Pacific Islander Americans



2006 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Raising The Bar In The Care Of Patients With Hiv: Expanding Treatment Strategies And Limiting Transmission
Proceedings from a symposium held in conjunction with the 43rd Annual Infectious Disease Society of America Meeting in San Francisco, California

HIV Management in Challenging Populations
Proceedings from a roundtable discussion held in Chicago, Illinois.

Overcoming Life-Threatening Bacterial And Fungal Infections: Case-Based Discussions And Evidence-Based Strategies
Including proceedings from a satellite symposium held in conjunction with the Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy Annual Meeting in Washington, DC

The Growing Threat Of Resistance In Anti-Infective Medicine
Paper Symposium

Navigating The Concentration Curves: Pharmacologic Considerations In The Treatment Of HIV


Emerging Issues in the Management of Herpes Simplex Virus Infections



2005 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Advances and Controversies in the Treatment of HIV
Proceedings from a Roundtable Discussion

Advances In The Management Of HIV/HCV Coinfection
Paper Symposium

Not Just a Cosmetic Problem: Best Practices in Prevention and Treatment of Onychomycosis
Monograph & Interactive Multimedia CD-ROM


2004 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Treating Severe Bacterial and Fungal Infections: the Ongoing Search for Optimal First-Line Strategies
Highlights from the 43rd Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy in Chicago, Illinois

PCV-7 Vaccine: Changing The Epidemiology Of Acute Otitis Media
Paper Symposium


2003 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Meeting the Challenges in the Management of Infectious Diarrhea
Paper Symposium

Optimizing Clinical Care in Patients with HIV
Highlights from the 2nd International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis and Treatment

New Developments in the Treatment of Invasive Fungal Disease
Highlights from the 12th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases

Therapeutic Challenges and Enhanced Clinical Expectations in the Treatment of HIV
Highlights from the 2nd International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis and Treatment


2002 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Optimizing Treatment Effectiveness in Patients With HIV
Highlights from the XIVth International AIDS Conference Barcelona, Spain

Prevention of Influenza Virus Infection Among Children
Highlights from a Satellite Symposium Held During the 2001 American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Annual Meeting

HIV in Vulnerable Patients and Underserved Populations
Highlights from a Satellite Symposium Held Preceding the 2001 Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Annual Meeting

The Changing Epidemiology of Community-Acquired Mixed Bacterial Infections: Methods and Strategies for Effective Treatment
Highlights from a Satellite Symposium Held Preceding the 2001 Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Annual Meeting


2001 Activities
Expired Enduring CME
Treating HIV in the Real World: Clinical Science to Clinical Practice
Highlights from the 1st International Aids Society Conference on HIV Pathogenesis and Treatment



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