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How Mental Health and Substance Use Impact HIV Treatment and Care, A New CME Program from CDC and Medscape Education

Access interactive continuing medical education (CME) programs for health care providers to help them improve the treatment and care of HIV-infected patients, enabling them to live longer, healthier lives.

HIV Treatment and Care: A Focus on Mental Health and Substance Use

This web-based CME program from CDC and Medscape Education discusses the impact that mental health and substance use disorders can have on HIV treatment and care. This CME activity demonstrates how HIV care providers can screen patients for mental health and substance use issues, address factors related to these disorders, and help patients adhere to HIV treatment and remain in care.

Faculty: W. David Hardy, MD, Francine Cournos, MD, Brian Wells Pence, PhD, Glenn Jordan Treisman, MD, PhD

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