We are committed to educating fellow HIV providers, junior faculty, postdoctoral scholars, residents, students, patients and the community at large.
We host a one-year HIV clinical fellowship program for internists committed to providing HIV care to underserved populations. The fellowship offers advanced physician training in inpatient and outpatient settings, with intensive mentoring by our faculty clinicians. We also offer a one-year Primary Care Addiction Medicine fellowship program. The fellowship trains primary care physicians to become leaders in the care, diagnosis, management, and treatment of persons from urban, low-income, and stigmatized populations along the spectrum of unhealthy substance use and addiction. We organize HIV electives for UCSF residents and students, and host visiting scholars from the U.S. and abroad. Our weekly Grand Rounds lectures are open to the public and feature clinical case conferences and conference report-backs; select sessions are webcast on HIVInsite (hivinsite.ucsf.edu). Our annual Medical Management of AIDS conference, taught by expert clinicians, draws regional, national and international health care professionals (cme.ucsf.edu). We also provide short-term intensive training for medical professionals and students; training delegations to date include China, Côte d’Ivoire, Egypt, Uganda and Tanzania.