Clinical Considerations for Treating Persons Living with HIV
Recorded On: 04/20/2020
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This course by Dr. William Foshee provides an overview of HIV/AIDS seroconversion and pathophysiologic processes as they relate to the musculoskeletal system. Learners will be presented with indicators for when to screen for HIV, importance of inquiring about HIV status, and information intended to increase differential diagnostic capacity for HIV/AIDS and musculoskeletal pathology.
• Introduce HIV prevalence and treatments in addition to pathophysiology of HIV/AIDS
• Identify musculoskeletal comorbidities associated with HIV infection and treatment
• Encourage testing and HIV status knowledge and disclosure
The following states require the participant to enter the course approval number on their certificate:
- California: View the list of course approval numbers and categories for California approved courses.
- Missouri: View the list of course approval numbers and categories for Missouri approved courses.
Chair, ACA Committee on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Dr. William “Beau” Foshee (he/they) serves as chair of the ACA Committee on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, ACA alternate delegate for East Texas, chair of the ACA Membership Committee, and as a member of both the ACA Investment Committee and the ACA Legislative Committee. They are a graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University as a Diversity Leadership Scholar. He was named a Philanthropy Fund Foundation Scholar in recognition of his leadership and service to the LGBTQIA community. Dr Foshee works to improve culturally competent delivery of chiropractic care and has been privileged to present courses and conversations on health equity to chiropractic stakeholders in national and state organizations, university audiences, and regulatory agencies. Dr. Foshee is Director of Clinical Development for MyoCore Personalized Pain Care, a multi-clinic, hospital-based chiropractic system with offices in more than 20 locations.
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