Grand Rounds: Adolescents and HIV

Presenter(s): Dr. Peter Havens

Objectives

1—understand HIV testing appropriate to different clinical situations

2—understand what patients are at greatest risk of HIV

3- understand who should be offered PrEP

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* 1. Do you feel the content of this presentation met the speaker's learning objectives?

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* 2. Overall, how would you rate this webinar?

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* 3. Was the webinar free from commercial bias?

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* 4. What topics would you like to see discussed in future webinars?

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* 5. You are worried that an adolescent patient with generalized lymphadenopathy and weight loss over the last 6 months might have HIV. The appropriate initial test to send is:

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* 6. You are worried that an adolescent patient with severe sore throat, diarrhea, and headache might have acute HIV infection. The appropriate test to send is:

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* 7. An HIV 1 / 2 antigen antibody screen you sent comes back positive. The appropriate test to send to confirm HIV infection is:

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* 8. An HIV 1 / 2 antigen antibody screen you sent comes back positive. What do you NOT do? NOT!!!

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* 9. Name

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* 10. Email Address

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* 11. NPI

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* 12. ABP ID (if pediatrician)

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