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HIV & Aging Workshop: Albuquerque, NM


HIV and Aging: Clinical Updates
Addressing Challenges in the Care of Older Persons with HIV

Program Agenda
6:30PM – 6:45PM: Welcome, Introductions
6:45PM – 8:45PM: Keynote Speakers
8:45PM – 9:00PM: Q&A/Adjourn

The successes of ART and sustained viral-suppression mean that long-term care strategies for persons with HIV are coming into focus. Consequently, there will need to be increased attention to the co-incidence of HIV, long-term drug therapy and the co-morbidities and chronic health concerns commonly associated with the aging population at large. In 2018, over half (51%) of people in the United States (US) and dependent areas with diagnosed HIV were aged 50 and older. Though new HIV diagnoses are declining among people over the age of 50, about one in six HIV diagnoses in 2018 were among this age group.

Educational Objectives
After completing this activity, the participant should be better able to:
  • Recognize key challenges in the care of older persons living with HIV (OPLWH) including the high burden of comorbidities and emergence of geriatric syndromes
  • Recognize the relationships between the development of geriatric syndromes and functional decline
  • Identify methods for screening, identification, and management of age-related conditions among OPLWH
  • Understand the potential role of geriatric approaches to improve the care of OPLWH


  • Michelle Iandiorio, MD

    University of New Mexico Health Science Center Clinical Director, SCAETC Medical Director, ECHO Institute Albuquerque, New Mexico

  • Jonathan Appelbaum, MD, FACP, AAHIVS

    Chair, Department of Clinical Sciences and Laurie L. Dozier Jr., MD, Education Director and Professor of Internal Medicine, Florida State University College of Medicine, Tallahassee, Florida

March 23, 2022
Wed 6:30 PM MDT
Albuquerque, NM Hotel Andaluz The Casablanca Room 125 2nd St NW Albuquerque, NM 87102

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Duration 2H 30M

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