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Twin Cities AIDS Clinicians Meeting 11/14

The fall MATEC Twin Cities AIDS Clinicians Meeting (TCAC) will be held on Tuesday, November 14at 6:00 p.m., at University of Minnesota’s West Bank Office Building, first floor. Dinner will be provided.
The program will focus on reports from IAS 2017 (International AIDS Society Conference on HIV Science) which took place July 23-26, 2017 in Paris, France. Topics will include antiretrovirals as treatment, PrEP, cabotegravir as PrEP, OIs, OCs, not-infectious HIV complications, hepatitis and more.
The TCAC meeting is designed for Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Pharmacists and other health care professionals who are interested in expanding their capacity to provide HIV/AIDS care. Meeting content is tailored to offer decision support to high-volume HIV providers and those who seek to increase their HIV practice. The goal of the TCAC meeting is to increase the number of clinicians in Minnesota trained to provide high quality accessible HIV care to Minnesotans living with HIV. We hope you can join us!

Contact Emily Jones with questions: 

6:00 p.m.     Registration/Social & Buffet Dinner 
6:30 p.m.     Welcome, Announcements & Program
8:00 p.m.     Q & A, Evaluation & Adjournment 
Keith Henry, MD, Hennepin County Medical Center
Nicholas Vogenthaler, MD, MPH, Hennepin County Medical Center
Frank Rhame, MD, Allina Health Clinic

Quarterly Case Review 10/25

The fall MATEC Quarterly Case Review (QCR) is next week, on Wednesday, October 25, at6:00 p.m., at University of Minnesota’s Campus Club, fourth floor.


If you have not yet registered but would like to attend, please take a moment to REGISTER NOW . Space is limited. If you have already registered, we look forward to seeing you!


The QCR meeting is designed for physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and clinical pharmacists with a relatively high volume of HIV patients. This meeting is by invitation/nomination, and attendees will be those interested in case consultation with their colleagues and moderated by their peers. This interactive training allows for HIV providers to test and analyze creative solutions to the thorniest clinical problems as well as debate routine best practice activities for both HIV and co-morbid disorders.