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Neurocognitive Disorders and HIV Webinar

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1.0 CEUs
Mental Health Webinar Series: Neurocognitive Disorders

Webinar DescriptionThis webinar will provide an overview of neurocognitive disorders and HIV. HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders are one of the most common mental health disorders faced by people with HIV. HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders can be assessed via two methods, by assessing symptoms and by follow-up testing. This webinar will discuss the various factors and comorbidities of cognitive impairment that should be considered beyond HIV for people who have HIV. As well, we will discuss potential targets for treatment of cognitive impairment for people with HIV.

Designed for the HIV health care professional, this webinar will look at the clinical manifestation of neurocognitive disorders among people with HIV. Also covered in the webinar: diagnostic criteria; etiology and physiology of neurocognitive disorders; the impact of neurocognitive disorders on health; and evidence-based interventions, including prescribing and monitoring of psychotropic medications.

Program Agenda1:00PM – 1:05PM: Welcome, Introductions
1:05PM – 1:45PM: Keynote Address
1:45PM – 2:00PM: Q&A/Adjourn
Learning Objectives
  • Examine the prevalence, differential diagnosis, socio-cultural contexts, prognosis, and associated traits of neurocognitive disorders among people with HIV.
  • Share the diagnostic criteria of anxiety disorders among people with HIV.
  • Evaluate the etiology and physiological effects of neurocognitive disorders among people with HIV.
  • Summarize evidence-based treatment interventions, prescribing and monitoring best practices for neurocognitive disorders for people with HIV.


  • David Moore, PhD

    Professor in Residence, Psychiatry
    University of California San Diego
    San Diego, CA

  • Slides

    Neurocognitive Disorders and HIV.pdf

April 10, 2024
Wed 1:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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