Ten Years After Landmark HIV Testing Guidelines, How Are We Doing? Specifically in Emergency Departments?

September 21, 2016

Ten Years After Landmark HIV Testing Guidelines, How Are We Doing? Specifically in Emergency Departments?

Does your hospital's emergency department order HIV tests if clinically indicated? Take the poll in HIV and ID Observations.

Despite (almost) 10-year-old CDC recommendations for HIV screening in healthcare settings, Dr. Paul Sax points out, many emergency departments still do not order HIV tests. Does your hospital's ED order HIV tests if clinically indicated? Take the poll in the latest HIV and ID Observations blog post.

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