The Division of Infectious Diseases offers formalized, accredited continuing medical education (CME) through the Johns Hopkins Medicine CME Office.
Clinical Care of the Patient with HIV Infection and Care of Patients with Viral Hepatitis
The Division offers the annual Clinical Care of the Patient with HIV Infection and Care of Patients with Viral Hepatitis, Renaissance Harborplace Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland. The next conference is scheduled for April 29-30, 2019.
The purpose of this activity is to provide a state-of-the-art overview of the clinical care of patients with HIV infection and of patients with viral hepatitis for practicing clinicians and other health professionals. The activity will include discussions of HIV epidemiology, clinical management and treatment, and longitudinal care. The material will be clinically oriented with a focus on the latest pertinent data from clinical trials and basic research. Participants can expect to become more familiar with the primary care of patients with HIV infection and Viral Hepatitis, and the management of clinical complications of HIV disease.
Infectious Diseases Update for Primary Care and Hospital Medicine
Annually the Division offers Infectious Diseases Update for Primary Care and Hospital Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. The next conference is scheduled for May 16-17, 2019.
The purpose of this activity is to update primary care, emergency department, and hospitalist providers regarding the management of patients with infectious diseases. This interdisciplinary conference includes a number of outstanding speakers from our infectious diseases faculty, as well as fantastic speakers from other disciplines with expertise in ID-related topics, including allergy and immunology, general surgery, microbiology, otorhinolaryngology, psychiatry, pulmonary medicine, vascular surgery, and women’s health.
Attendees will learn contemporary approaches to the evaluation and management of important and commonly-encountered conditions. Topics covered over the 2018 and 2019 courses include antibiotic allergies, antimicrobial resistance, Clostridioides difficile colitis, hepatitis C management, HIV management, pancreatitis, rhinosinusitis, sepsis, sexually-transmitted infections, tick-borne infections, tuberculosis, and urinary tract infections.