Clinical Education and Training Resources

Developed by Dr. Maunank Shah, HIV-ASSIST is a free, interactive, educational tool to inform clinical decision-making for ARV selection.


The Johns Hopkins POC-IT team, led by Clinical Director Dr. Paul Auwaerter, develops evidence-based clinical decision support tools, bringing trusted information to the clinician at the point of care. These guides are designed for real-time use at the bedside or in the exam room in both primary and specialty care clinical settings.


Drs. Anne Rompalo and Khalil Ghanem lead the STD Prevention Training Center at Johns Hopkins, which offers affordable clinical training for healthcare providers in the public and private sectors who offer sexual and reproductive health services.


The Johns Hopkins COVID-19 Treatment Guidance Writing Group and The Johns Hopkins Hospital COVID-19 Treatment Guidance Working Group regularly reviews and updates these guidelines. The version below is the most current version available.

JHMI Clinical Recommendations for Pharmacologic Treatment of COVID-19 in Adults

The Clinical Guidelines Program is a longstanding, collaborative effort of the New York State Department of Health AIDS Institute Office of the Medical Director and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases. Dr. Christopher Hoffmann and Mary Beth Hansen direct the team that develops, publishes, and disseminates state-of-the-art clinical practice guidelines that establish uniform standards of care for NYS to improve the health and well-being of all adults who receive prevention services or treatment for HIV, viral hepatitis, other sexually transmitted infections, and substance use disorders.