The AAHIVM Core Curriculum in HIV Care, Prevention and Treatment, a web-based learning resource covering both the basics of HIV and the latest advances in care, now has fully updated content (incorporating the latest science from national annual conferences such as CROI and IAS) for all clinical modules. Core Curriculum is now available on a trial basis to non-AAHIVM members, making the free online CME accreditation more widely available. In total (all modules), the content is now accredited for 11.7 ANCC contact hours, 12.5 ACPE contact hours and 12.5 AMA CME credits.
The Core Curriculum modules, which include downloadable pre-reads and narrated slide presentations, are designed to assist care providers new to the HIV field seeking baseline knowledge on prevention, testing and transmission, as well as provide experienced HIV practitioners with insight into more complex topics and clinical advances. It can also be used as a study resource for the HIV Specialist™ (and HIV Pharmacist™) Credentialing Exam, as well as a teaching tool for students, fellows and residents.
The updated Core Curriculum is the first offering on AAHIVM’s newly launched Provider Education Center, a dynamic, user-friendly digital platform which will eventually house all of the Academy’s educational content. AAHIVM will be transferring the bulk of their HIV-Age.org website over to the new Provider Education Center, allowing visitors to access even more free CME opportunities in one place.
The program is produced by the American Academy of HIV Medicine and supported by unrestricted grants from Gilead Sciences and ViiV Healthcare.