Alternate description of Pathways from IPV to HIV

Katherine MurrayText Alternatives

A diagram depicting linkages between IPV and HIV. An alternate description of this diagram is provided in the Endgame conference report.

This flow chart depicts pathways from intimate partner violence to HIV. There are two entry points to the flowchart: IPV and perpetrator factors.

From the IPV entry point: IPV leads to sexual assault and psychological distress. Psychological distress leaves to …

Strategies and interventions to manage brain impairments

Katherine MurrayCare, HIV Endgame Conference, Neurocognitive Disorders

The HIV Endgame conference logo stands beside a drawing of the human brain.

Strategies for cognitive impairment: Non-pharmacological behavioural interventions

Behavioural and other non-pharmacological therapies have a potential role in managing HIV associated cognitive impairment, as Dr. Jose Muñoz-Moreno, of Spain’s Lluita contra la SIDA Foundation, outlined in this presentation.

Psychotherapeutic approaches

Cognitive …

HAND Diagnostic Issues

Katherine MurrayHIV Endgame Conference, Neurocognitive Disorders

The HIV Endgame conference logo stands beside a drawing of the human brain.

HAND diagnostic issues

Dr. Robbins of Columbia University shared his perspective on HIV associated neurocognitive disorder (HAND) diagnostic issues as a clinical psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist, and discussed research on HAND screening tools.

Typically, providers see patients with concerns about …

How can we win the Endgame?

Katherine MurrayCare, Engagement, HIV Endgame Conference

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Integrated care for people living with HIV

Dr. Claire Kendall, of the University of Ottawa, talked about the opportunities for improving HIV care in Ontario and particularly about the potential for a more integrated model of community care.

We know …

How close are we to a cure?

Katherine MurrayCare, HIV Endgame Conference

The HIV Endgame conference logo stands beside an image of rod of asclepius.

The Canadian HIV Cure Enterprise (canCURE)

Dr. Eric Cohen is one of the principal investigators of CanCURE, the Canadian HIV Cure Enterprise. CanCURE began in 2013. It aims to understand the persistence of HIV during antiretroviral therapy (ARV) and to …

Aging with HIV

Katherine MurrayHIV Endgame Conference, Other Comorbidities

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The aging HIV patient and geriatric syndromes: “Will you still treat me when I’m 64?”

People living with HIV are getting older due both to extended survival and to an increase in new diagnoses over the age of 50. Dr. …