Infectious Diseases

Clinical Education

HIV Clinical Education Initiative (CEI)

Supported by the NYS AIDS Institute the Clinical Educational Initiative provides diverse HIV Clinical education programs about the latest HIV treatment strategies to educate:

  • Physicians
  • Physician assistants
  • Nurse practitioners
  • Nurses
  • Social workers
  • Other health care professionals

Educational programs ranging from one to four hours are provided in the following formats:

Lectures

  • Expanded Syringe Access Demonstration Program (ESAP)
  • HIV/AIDS Confidentiality Law
  • HIV Prophylaxis following Occupational Exposure
  • HIV Prophylaxis following Sexual Assault
  • HIV Reporting & Partner Notification Law
  • Newborn HIV Screening Program
  • Case conferences/discussions
  • Preceptorships
  • Satellite video-conferences

Additional Educational Opportunities

AIDS Center Clinical Conference Schedule

Mondays Noon-1:00 p.m.

Date Topic Presenter Location
9/22/2014 TBA Jonathan Seah, MD Northeastern (combined) 1-9525/1-9535
10/6/2014 TBA Mustafa Qazi, MD ACF A 2-1322
10/13/14 2014 International AIDS Conference Update Amneris Luque, MD ACF A 2-1322
11/3/2014 TBA Dwayne Wright, MD ACF A 2-1322
12/1/2014 TBA Olga Vasylyeva, MD ACF A 2-1322
12/8/2014 TBA Erica Dobson, PharmD ACF A 2-1322
1/5/2015 Basic Pain Management Timothy Quill, MD, Palliative Care Division TBA
1/19/2015 Management of acute on Chronic Pain Syndromes, including Methadone Joel Kent, MD, Pain Management Program TBA
2/9/2015 TBA Eric Myers, PharmD TBA
3/9/2015 TBA Nana Aburjania, MD

TBA

4/6/2015 TBA Neil Mendoza, MD TBA

For more information about our HIV clinical education program, please contact:

Monica Barbosu, M.D., Ph.D.
(585) 276-5086
Monica_Barbosu@urmc.rochester.edu

More Information

For more information, or to make an appointment, please contact us at
(585) 275-5871.