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New Mexico Annual HIV & HCV Update Conference: Addressing Disparities

The Annual New Mexico HIV Conference is the only HIV update conference in New Mexico.  Local, regional and national experts in HIV will cover clinical and socioeconomic topics in this training.  The conference is an opportunity for providers to gain access to relevant information and to network with statewide and national experts in HIV care.

Target Audience

Community health workers, dentists, health educators, health outreach workers, health policy makers, healthcare administrators, HIV and HCV specialty providers, mental health and substance use providers, medical assistants, medical case managers, nurses, pharmacists, primary care providers, and social workers.

Conference Objectives

At the conclusion of this conference, the participant should be able to:

  1. Have a better understanding of the best practices for screening, preventing, and treating HIV & HCV infections.
  2. Gain an understanding of the socioeconomic and cultural factors influencing the care of those at risk for and infected with HIV and HCV.
  3. Recognize the roles of various members of the interprofessional healthcare team in prevention, screening, linkage to care, and retention in care.

Registration Fees

“Early” Registration, postmarked on or before 4/12/18UNM Faculty with Tuition Remission
MD-DO, PharmD, DDS, PA, NP$75.00$65.00
RN-LPN, MA, MHC, Other$45.00$35.00
Residents*, NM DOH Employee, Southwest CARE Center Employee, Truman Health Services Employee$0.00$0.00
Registration, postmarked after 4/12/18UNM Faculty with Tuition Remission
MD-DO, PharmD, DDS, PA, NP$115.00$105.00
RN-LPN, MA, MHC, Other$85.00$75.00
Residents*, NM DOH Employee, Southwest CARE Center Employee, Truman Health Services Employee$0.00$0.00

Accreditation

This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM.

This activity has been submitted to the NMNA Accredited Approver Unit for approval to award contact hours. NMNA AAU is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. 

This activity has been submitted for continuing education credits through the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center College of Pharmacy, an accrediting body for the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education.

For additional information, please contact HSC Continuing Medical Education & Professional Development at 505-272-3942 or HSC-CMEWeb@salud.unm.edu.