From the Blogs: You Want Guidelines? We Got Guidelines!

December 12, 2016

From the Blogs: You Want Guidelines? We Got Guidelines!

Dr. Paul Sax looks back at the year's guidelines in HIV and ID Observations.

You might have noticed that the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) has been on quite a roll over the past year in terms of guideline development.

Over the past 12 months, IDSA has published eight guidelines. In the latest HIV and ID Observations blog post, Dr. Paul Sax calls out at least one notable recommendation — and the number of references! — from each.

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Reader Comments (3)

Ochoa Physician, Epidemiology/Statistics, Buenos Aires

I am working with HIV and HCV positive patients guidelines help me to improve results

Freddie Mukasa Kibengo Physician, Internal Medicine, MRC/UVRI Uganda Research Unit on AIDS

I find the changing guidelines on HIV quite challenging particularly when it comes to some of us practicing in poor resource settings. Before we implement the previous edition, a new one comes up!

cooley Other Healthcare Professional, Infectious Disease, Spokane Regional Health District

We love Dr. Sax! Thank you for your great columns and Happy Holidays.

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