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photo of a stack of papers with a stethoscope draped over the stack. Access clinical review publications, authored by HIV Care Key Opinion Leaders, that provide information from the clinician’s perspective on topics that are critical to HIV care.  


  • Demystifying HIV Care and the HIV Care Continuum for Transgender Persons.
    Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH and Madeline Deutsch, MD, MPH
    HIV Specialist. 2016; 8(1): 28-31.
  • Doing What You’re Told: It’s Not That Simple.
    Inge B. Corless, PhD, RN
    Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 2016; 27(2):117-120.
  • Benefits of Small Talks About Partner Services in HIV Care
    Ronald Wilcox, MD
    HIV Specialist. 2016; 8(2): 32-34.
  • Emerging Syphilis Epidemic Among MSM Living with HIV
    Demetre Daskalakis, MD, MPH
    HIV Specialist. 2016; 8(3): 27-29.


  • The HPTN 052 Final Results: Treatment for Prevention of Sexual Transmission of HIV-1.
    Myron S. Cohen, MD

    HIVMA e-communication. November 16, 2015.
  • CDC STD Screening and Treatment Recommendations for HIV Care.
    Gail Bolan, MD
    HIVMA e-communication. August 12, 2015.
  • STD Amplification of HIV Transmission.
    Myron S. Cohen, MD
    HIV Specialist. 2015;7(2):6–8.
  • Nurses Can Facilitate Safer Sexual Behavior Counseling for Persons Living with HIV: Strategies for Success.
    Deborah J. Konkle-Parker, PhD, RN
    Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 2015;26(3):229–234.
  • What Do We Mean by HIV Fatigue?
    W. David Hardy, MD
    HIV Specialist. 2015;(7)1:35–37.


  • PrEP 101: A Practical Guide to Delivering PrEP for the HIV Care Provider.
    Dawn K. Smith, MD, MS, MPH
    HIV Specialist. 2014; 6(3):33–35.
  • Impact of Depression on ART Adherence and Retention in Care.
    Glenn J. Treisman, MD, PhD
    HIV Specialist. 2014;6(2):26–29.
  • Letter from CDC.
    RADM Kenneth G. Castro, MD and Amy Lansky, PhD, MPH
    HIV Specialist. 2014;6(2):37.
  • Going the extra mile for retention and re-engagement in care: Nurses make a difference.
    James L. Raper, DSN, CRNP, JD
    Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. 2014;25(2):108–111.


  • Reproductive Health and Preconception Care for Women and Men: What Providers Should Know.
    Judy Levinson, MD, MPH
    HIV Specialist. 2013;5(4)37–39.
  • Prevention with Positives: Where We Are Now?
    D. Trew Deckard, PA-C, MHS
    HIV Specialist. 2013;5(3)24–27.
  • Screening and Prevention More Important than Ever: Emerging Sexually Transmitted Infection Superbugs Impacting HIV Care.
    James M. Sosman, MD
    HIV Specialist. 2013;5(3):24–27.
  • How to Make the First Visit Count.
    Victoria A. Cargill, MD
    HIV Specialist. 2013;5(2):26–27.
  • HIV Prevention in Practice: Teachable Moments.
    Peter Shalit, MD, PhD
    HIV Specialist. 2013;5(1):12–13.
  • Incorporating Prevention into Care: Now that We Know it Works, What Should We Do?
    Mark Thrun, MD
    HIVMA e-communication. June 6, 2013.
  • Retention and Re-Engagement in Care.
    Michael S. Saag, MD and Michael J. Mugavero, MD
    HIVMA e-communication. April 15, 2013.


  • Managing Substance Abuse in HIV-Infected Patients.
    Glenn J. Treisman, MD, PhD
    HIVMA e-newsletter. December 6, 2012.
  • Early HIV Treatment Is Prevention.
    Theresa N. Mack, MD, MPH
    HIV Specialist. 2012;4(4):31-32.
  • The Art of ART.
    W. David Hardy, MD
    HIV Specialist. 2012;4(3):30-32.
  • Identifying Substance Abuse in HIV-Infected Patients.
    Glenn J. Treisman, MD, PhD
    HIVMA e-newsletter. September 19, 2012.
  • Evaluating Gaps in HIV Care and Treatment: The Medical Monitoring Project.
    Jacek Skarbinski, MD
    HIV Specialist. 2012;4(2):30-32.