Basic HIV Antiretroviral Medications Workshop
Source: Pacific AETC
Presenters: Kirsten Balano, PharmD and Kala Garner
Published Date: 11/2012
Basic HIV Antiretroviral Medications Workshop [PDF]
The HIV Antiretroviral Medications Workshop is an interactive group learning activity designed to give the participants a hands-on experience to be more familiar with HIV antiretroviral names, dosing, side-effects and drug-interactions. HIV Pharmacology is a complex area of expertise which can be daunting to the new HIV clinician. Traditional Powerpoint presentations tend to have huge amounts of information regarding medications, but it is unclear what the learner will truly “Take Home” from a one hour presentation. In addition, it is impossible to cover the full complexity of HIV Pharmacology and Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) in a 1 – 2 hour session. This activity is designed to allow learners to “Take Home” key messages regarding HIV Pharmacology and learn how to access HIV drug information. The instructor guide includes: workshop instructions, key teaching points, tips for group facilitation, and handouts.
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