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President Biden’s rebound COVID and the spread of Monkeypox

Dr. Jason Farley, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing faculty member, joins Julie Mason to discuss President Biden's rebound COVID and the spread of Monkeypox.   Read More

If monkeypox spreads through sexual contact, is it an STD?

Read the interview with Dr. Farley where he states that: “Monkeypox is not a sexually transmitted infection, it is an infection that can be transmitted with sexual contact.”     Read More

Clinical Update on Monkeypox

Please join CIDNI in partnership with the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) on a breaking update on Monkeypox, entitled “Clinical Management of Monkeypox – What Nurses Need to Know” on August 2, 2022 at 2pm EST. Please register... Read More

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Sherilyn Brinkley MSN, CRNP

Eliminating Hepatitis C: Why are we Failing?

Sherilyn Brinkley MSN, CRNP

Infectious Disease Manager

Viral Hepatitis Center, Division of Infectious Disease

September 13, 2022 - 9am EST US
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Diagnosis, Care and Management of Persons with HIV and AIDS

June 27th - July 1st - 8:00am - 5:30pm

Learn from clinical management and behavioral experts who share their expertise through evidenced-based and practical case studies

Diagnosis, Care and Management of Persons with HIV and AIDS

January 17th - January 20th 2023 - 8:00am - 5:30pm

Learn from clinical management and behavioral experts who share their expertise through evidenced-based and practical case studies

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A shortage of monkeypox vaccine poses particular risks to men with H.I.V. and other immunocompromised people. Why? One shot may not be sufficiently protective. https://nyti.ms/3QFnb0j

What To Do If You Can’t Find Your Records: If you can’t find your personal records or records from your healthcare provider, you may need to get some of the vaccines again. While this is not ideal, it is safe to repeat vaccines. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/adults/vaccination-records.html

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