From the Blogs: Should Medicine and Family Practice Residency Programs Have a Dedicated HIV Track?

January 9, 2017

From the Blogs: Should Medicine and Family Practice Residency Programs Have a Dedicated HIV Track?

In HIV and ID Observations, Dr. Paul Sax weighs the pluses and minuses of offering an HIV clinical track in residency training programs.

A few medicine and family practice residency programs in the U.S. have a dedicated track that focuses on HIV care, Dr. Paul Sax notes. Do you think the needs of this patient population are distinctive enough to warrant special training? Take the poll in the latest HIV and ID Observations blog post.

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