HIV Management Updates 2023

Released November 9, 2023

HIV Management Updates 2023

Living with HIV presents unique healthcare challenges that require up-to-date knowledge and compassionate care. In this insightful 30-minute webinar, Johns Hopkins expert Dr. Christopher Hoffmann will discuss frequently arising topics in HIV primary care to empower healthcare providers with the latest clinical strategies. A live Q&A with Dr. Hoffmann will follow the presentation.

This webinar will cover contemporary topics in HIV management that may frequently arise in the primary care of a person living with HIV. These include:

  • Preferred antiretroviral therapy regimens and when to start them
  • The role of ART agents in weight gain (or weight loss)
  • Considerations for regimen switch
  • The Reprieve study and primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in people living with HIV
YouTube video.


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About the Presenter

Christopher Hoffmann MD, MPH

Dr. Christopher Hoffmann is an Associate Professor and clinician scientist in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Dr. Hoffmann is an HIV and general infectious diseases clinician providing outpatient HIV primary care and inpatient care. His research is focused on HIV diagnosis and care delivery to marginalized populations, primarily in southern Africa. His research has been funded by grants from the NIH, USAID, US CDC, Global Fund, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

He is involved in clinical education as the Director of the Johns Hopkins – New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute HIV Guidelines program and the Editor-in-Chief of the Johns Hopkins HIV POC-IT Guide.

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Last updated: November 9, 2023