HIV Grand Rounds
The Division’s weekly HIV/AIDS Grand Rounds is a continuing medical education (CME)-accredited educational event targeted to HIV providers from San Francisco General Hospital, affiliated Community Health Network clinics, local hospital based HIV clinics and HIV private practices in the Bay area. We are accredited through the University of California, San Francisco Office of CME (ACCME Provider number 0000302).
Weekly lectures and discussions provide participants with the latest clinical, diagnostic, research and treatment information regarding the pathogenesis and management of HIV disease. As a Center of Excellence for HIV/AIDS care in the Bay Area and a top tier academic institution, the HIV Division is uniquely positioned to host this rigorous, state-of-the-art Grand Rounds series focused on HIV issues relevant to current practice.
Speakers include HIV Division faculty as well as other invited physicians, researchers and HIV care providers. Lectures are an engaging blend of clinical case conferences, report-backs from important HIV meetings, updates on current HIV research, and subspecialty reviews of the optimal management of particular aspects of HIV disease.
Selected lectures are taped and webcast on the leading HIV education and news website, HIVInsite.
Please see our calendar for our current Grand Rounds schedule.
For more information please contact James Hunger at (415) 476-4082 ext. 424 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.