Clinicians and allied health professionals attend IAPAC’s conferences and workshops to learn about scientific advancements and best practices in HIV medicine. They also read about and contribute papers to our bimonthly Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (JIAPAC), which features case studies and clinical perspectives on the management of HIV and comorbid diseases. IAPAC coordinates multidisciplinary online educational activities specific to key challenges in reaching hard-to-reach populations of people who are vulnerable to HIV. We also maintain an online repository of materials supporting clinician training in HIV, HBV, and HCV clinical management.
Culturally Responsive Care to Optimize HIV Outcomes
Culturally Responsive Care to Optimize HIV Outcomes is a non-CME/CE-accredited educational…
Prioritizing Mental Health in Trauma Settings
Prioritizing Mental Health in Trauma Settings is an educational activity…
Utilizing a QI Approach to Eliminate HIV Stigma in Healthcare Settings
An educational activity for optimizing HIV clinical management.
Integrating U=U into Clinical Practice
An educational activity on integrating the U=U message into clinical practice.