Diagnostic testing for HIV: My clinical team has learning needs!

In response to Team quiz 2, you may feel that your clinical team needs an update on the symptoms and presenting conditions of HIV. Here you will have everything you need for a 30-40 minute update on Diagnostic testing for HIV: The symptomatic patient.

- Download the introduction & instructions for running the session 

- Download the slideset and teaching notes at the foot of each slide

The downloadable resources listed below are for use at the END of the teaching session:

An HIV test I wish I had offered – the GP’s story Ask a GP to read this out to the group at the end of your teaching session

An HIV test I wish I had offered – the practice nurse’s story Ask a practice nurse to read this out to the group at the end of your teaching session

HIV Indicator Conditions list for handing out at the end of the session

Did you know...

Human Immunodeficiency Virus, HIV, was identified by two different research groups in 1983.

Antiretrovirals were initially used singly however it quickly became apparent that this led to resistance and so now they are used in combinations of 3 or more.

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