4th Southern African HIV Clinicians Society Conference

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The Southern African HIV Clinicians Society’s biannual conference focuses on clinical content for HIV and TB health care workers. The 2018 conference programme is being carefully designed to benefit all health care practitioners, with topics ranging from new antiretroviral drugs, AIDS-related complications, opportunistic infections, promoting adherence and ethical issues.

There will be practical sessions as well, such as case studies and skills-building workshops, and fascinating professional ethics sessions.

The conference is also a fantastic opportunity to network with fellow health care workers and researchers in the field of HIV.

Who should attend?

Infectious diseases physicians, NIMART-trained (or interested) nurses, general practitioners, HIV specialists, academics and other health care professionals.

Earn CPD points

The conference will be fully CPD-accredited, providing delegates with an opportunity to accumulate clinical and ethical points. Level One: 30 points including ethics. Level Two: 45 points including ethics (subject to completion of an online multiple choice test).

Register here.

Access the flyer here or visit www.sahivsoc2018.co.za for more.

Venue
Gallagher Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa
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Tags
HIV, AIDS, ARVs, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), antiretroviral treatment, pediatric HIV, adolescent HIV, nursing, opportunistic infections, drug resistance, clinical research, prevention, tuberculosis, antiretroviral therapy, antiretroviral drugs, ART, treatment, HIV prevention, TB, PMTCT, AIDS-related complications, adherence, research ethics, research, South Africa, health care workers, co-infection, ethics