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.
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 …
Research Team: Andrew Eaton (nominated principal investigator), Jocelyn Watchorn (co-principal investigator), Shelley Craig (co-principal investigator), John McCullagh, David McClure, Chantal Mukandoli, Robert Wallace
What is this research about?
The researchers surveyed older HIV-positive adults (over 50 years of age) in …
Director, Education and Training
Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco’s research focuses on HIV research and online dissemination, teaching and learning to maximize the involvement of all research stakeholders especially people living with HIV. He also conducts research on HIV as an episodic disability …
OHTN Senior Affiliated Scientist
Sean B. Rourke uses population health and community-based research approaches to impact HIV policies and front-line services, and to solve complex health problems in partnership with people living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS. He is …
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