Project ECHO: Emergent Infectious Diseases and Public Health Threats

When

Aug. 24, 2022, 12pm to 1pm
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Office/Remote Location

Virtual Event

Description

The Emergent Infectious Diseases & Public Health Threats series is a collaborative project between the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV and Project ECHO at University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine. It addresses topics in the areas of COVID-19, infectious disease, and public health preparedness. CME Credit is available. Each session is 60 minutes. The first half is a case review, and the second half is a didactic presentation.

Part 1: Case Review 

During an ECHO session, participants present real cases (no PHI) to the specialists—and each other—for discussion and recommendations on treatment plans. If you have a case that you would like to review with us, please complete the Case Review Form. The case does not have to be related to the Didactic Presentation topic.  

Part 2: Didactic Presentation
Topic: HIV: Care for the Newly Diagnosed Patient 

Presenter: Dr. Luis Medina-Garcia, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Infectious Diseases, Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV

Admission Information

This event is open to health professionals of all disciplines and is held virtually via Zoom. Please register.

Contact Information

Family and Community Medicine, Kirk Kerkorian School Of Medicine University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Christopher Sanchez