HTTP Batch 2 Session Topics

Module 1: Basic Knowledge on HIV Care

Session 1
May 16, 2019
Lecture 1: History & Epidemiology
Lecture 2: Clinical Course of HIV
Dr. Anne Gabriel-Chan
Dr. Karl Evans Henson
Session 2
May 23, 2019
Lecture 3: First Visit
Lecture 4: Adherence Counseling
Dr. Christine Penalosa-Ramos
Ed Busi
Session 3
May 30, 2019
Lecture 5: TB & HIVDr. Rosally Zamora
Session 4
June 6, 2019
Lecture 6: Common Opportunistic InfectionsDr. Cybele Abad

Session 5
June 13, 2019
Lecture 7: ART Dosing & Side EffectsDr. Evalyn Roxas
Session 6
June 20, 2019

Lecture 8 : Follow-up of Patients on Treatment
Lecture 9: Counseling & Crisis Points
Dr. Joseph Buensalido
Dr. Gia Sison

Module 2: Advanced Knowledge on HIV Care

Session 7
June 27, 2019
Lecture 10: Sexually Transmitted
Dr. Dessi Roman
Session 8
July 4, 2019
Lecture 11: Treatment Failure & ResistanceDr. Edsel Salvana
Session 9
July 11, 2019
Lecture 12: Long Term ART
Side Effects
Lecture 13: Dermatology
Dr. Kate Leyritana
Dr. Coco Tiongson
Session 10
July 18, 2019
Lecture 14: Metabolic Changes
among PLHIV in Long-term ART

Lecture 15: HIV in Older Adults
Dr. Janice Caoili
Dr. Jen Abengana-
Van Terwisga
Session 11
July 25, 2019
Lecture 16: Non-Infectious
Neurological Issues among PLHIV

Lecture 17: Mental Health
Dr. Michelle Anlacan
Dr. Cristina Esquivel-Saldivar
Session 12
August 1, 2019
Lecture 18: Substance Abuse &
Harm Reduction

Lecture 19: Best Practices in Harm Reduction Model in Australia
Rod Olete
Danny Ryding
Session 13
August 8, 2019
Lecture 20: Nutrition
Lecture 21: Hepatitis and HIV
Dr. Christine Penalosa
Dr. Edhel Tripon
Session 14
August 15, 2019
Lecture 22: Prevention of Mother-
to-Child Transmission

Lecture 23: Pediatric HIV
Dr. Helen Madamba
Dr. Jing Pagcatipunan
Session 15
August 22, 2019
Lecture 24: SOGIE
Lecture 25: HIV & Transhealth
Dr. Jon Fontilla
Dr. Thaddeus Averilla
Session 16
August 29, 2019
Lecture 26: Updates on RA 11166
Lecture 27: Accessing Justice for PLHIV
Mara Quesada
Marcel Millam
Session 17
September 5, 2019
Lecture 28: PhilHealth Processing, Procurement, and Logistics
Lecture 29 Self Care for HIV Healthcare Providers
Dr. Mary Antonette Remonte
Dr. Ronald del Castillo
Session 18 September 12, 2019Lecture 30: HIV Stigma and Discrimination
Lecture 31: PrEp, PEP and Sexual Risk Reduction
Dr. Bruce Agins
Dr. Kate Leyritana

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