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Clinician's Guide to HIV & Hepatitis

This monograph is a that guide that is intended to provide a basic overview of the management of viral hepatitis for clinicians who care for HIV-infected. The guide describes each type of hepatitis, modes of transmission, medications, and testing. It is not intended to be all-inclusive or take the place of established guidelines.

Motivational Interviewing and HIV: Reducing Risk, Inspiring Change

This pamphlet provides an overview of motivational interviewing strategies in the context of the Stages of Change Model to reduce risk and support persons living with HIV in the pursuit of healthy behaviors. It defines motivational interviewing as a communicative strategy that is directive and patient-centered. The pamphlet describes how to get started, explains the stages in the change process, and advises the counselor how to approach each stage.

2012 HIV Sourcebook for the Primary Care Provider

This monograph is a sourcebook that provides information about HIV infection for professionals who work in today’s health care system. It is meant be a convenient reference for some of the most common issues encountered in daily practice. It contains an outline of basic HIV patient care, and a list of resources that can be accessed locally. It presents guidelines and recommendations related to antiretroviral therapy (ART), treatment of opportunistic diseases, HIV testing and counseling, prevention of perinatal transmission, and post-exposure prophylaxis.

A Pharmacist's Guide to Antiretroviral Medications for HIV-Infected Adults and Adolescents

This pamphlet is a guideline to pharmacists on the use of antiretroviral drugs for the treatment of HIV. It discusses the important role of pharmacists in helping patients and clinicians with antiretroviral therapy (ART) considering the changes in treatment options, toxicities and side effects of ART, development of resistance, and problems of adherence.