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HIV Evolution: Where Are We in 2015?

KCMS is partnering with Northwestern Medicine Cadence Health to bring our member physicians a lunch hour CME.

HIV Evolution: Where Are We in 2015?

Course Objectives Available Sessions
At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will be able to:

Tuesday, April 14

Noon-1 p.m.

Assess the epidemiology and prevalence of HIV in Kane County and the United States Northwestern Medicine-Delnor Hospital
Prescribe appriopriate frequency in screening patients who are at risk and choose the most reliable tests Medical Office Building-Conference Rooms 1-2
Discuss new pre-exposure prophylaxis guidelines Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital-Videoconference, Winfield Room
Evaluate HIV drug interactions prior to prescribing new medications or procedures in the HIV patient Presenter-Constance Pachucki, MD, FACP Medical Director, Open Door Clinic

Lunch will be provided. Seating is limited, and the dealine to RSVP is Friday, April 10th.

Northwestern Medicine Cadence Health physicians RSVP to Grace Gregory atGrace.Gregory@cadencehealth.org or call 630-933-5351.

Kane County Medical Society physician members RSVP to Sue Gehm at sue@kcmsdocs.org or call 630-584-6129.

A full disclosure and course objectives is available by clicking on the link provided.

HIV Evolution CME Flier-email.pdf

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