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HIV Prevention & Care in the Era of Covid-19 DIY: How to Make an Efficient and Highly Effective HIV Telemedicine ClinicMy Webinar
The objectives for this webinar are:

1. Describe a successful HIV telemedicine clinic 14 years in the making.
2. Describe the principal participants in the telemedicine clinic.
3. Explain how patients get medications refilled and laboratory tests performed.
4. Discuss patient reactions to HIV telemedicine clinics.

Oct 28, 2020 12:00 PM in Arizona

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Speakers

Stephen Klotz, MD
Stephen Klotz, MD, is Professor of Medicine and Community and Family Medicine, University of Arizona. He is former Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases and currently divides his time between HIV care, basic research and clinical telemedicine. He is the Principal Investigator on two grants dealing with HIV, the Ryan White Program HIV/AIDS and the Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center Arizona. His interests in research are disseminated candidiasis, Chagas disease, HIV and frailty. He is in charge of Clinico-Pathologic Conferences (a Medical Grand Rounds) for the Department of Medicine. He has conducted an HIV/Infectious Diseases Telemedicine Clinic monthly since 2006 to the Department of Corrections.
Cesar Egurrola
Cesar Egurrola formally started his work in the HIV field at the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation, in 2006. In 2012 Cesar transitioned into HIV care, working for the University of Arizona’s Department of Medicine at Petersen HIV Clinics, where he currently serves as the Program Manager for Clinical Operations and Quality Improvement. He helped develop and currently manages the HIV Clinical Coordination and PrEP programs. Additionally, Cesar is involved in various HIV related research projects, including PrEP, HIV and Frailty, and HIV and PrEP Telemedicine.
Larry York
Larry York is a residency-trained infectious diseases pharmacist working in the Petersen HIV Clinics. He additionally works with Dr. Stephen Klotz to deliver infectious diseases care via telemedicine and is working to help start a pre-exposure prophylaxis telemedicine clinic along with Dr. Klotz and Cesar Egurrola. He also assists with providing additional trainings and preceptorships for those interested in HIV care through the Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center Arizona.