Working Together: Interprofessional Care in HIV – Recommended Readings & Videos

Working Together: Interprofessional Care in HIV – Recommended Readings & Videos

Hope and Dignity - the Oak Tree Clinic

The Oak Tree Clinic provides specialized HIV care for infected women, pregnant women, partners, children and youth, and support services for affected families. This video shows how hospital staff offer hope and dignity to their patients. Produced by the BC Women’s Hospital and Health Centre Foundation.

History of HIV/AIDS
HIV Testing, Diagnosis and ARV-based Chemoprophylaxes
  • Video Demonstration: How to Administer a Rapid HIV Test
  • Video Lecture: Routine HIV Testing in Practice
    Dr. Réka Gustafson (Vancouver Coastal Health) discusses when physicians should offer routine HIV testing and issues related to the changes in practice; focusing on informed consent, delegate follow up, acute infections, active public health follow up and active re-engagement in care. [56 min]
  • Delegated Public Health Follow-up
    The delegated public health follow-up process allows any physicians who order HIV tests to access support from public health for follow-up of positive results.
  • Webinar: HIV Diagnosis: Issues in HIV Testing
    Dr. Reka Gustafson (Medical Health Officer and Medical Director of Communicable Disease Control; UBC School of Population and Public Health) discusses the rationale and evidence for routine testing and treatment as prevention. Dr. David Hall (Vancouver Coastal Health; John Rudy Immunodeficiency Clinic, St. Paul’s Hospital; Faculty of Medicine at UBC) discusses the barriers to testing and identifying resources to facilitate testing and connecting patients to care. Paul Kerston (UBC & Positive Living Society of BC) discusses the importance of HIV Diagnosis for the support community and the HIV positive community. [60min]
  • Webinar: Test says HIV+… Now What?
    Glen Bradford (Positive Living Society of BC), Dr. Silvia Guillemi (John Rudy Immunodeficiency Clinic & BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS) and Mary Petty (John Rudy Immunodeficiency Clinic) discuss issues in linkages to care and access to care. [59min]
  • Video Lecture: Acute HIV Infection
    Dr. Mark Hull (UBC Division of AIDS) reviews Acute HIV infection and how to manage the HIV infection. [59min]
  • Video Lecture: Pre- and Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV
    Dr. Marianne Harris (Research Program, St. Paul’s Hospital; UBC Faculty of Medicine, Department of Family Practice) discusses Pre- and Post-exposure Prophylaxis for HIV. [31min]
HIV Treatment
  • Webinar: Starting Treatment
    Dr. Marianne Harris and Jonathan Postnikoff discuss issues related to starting HIV treatment. [61min]
  • Webinar: Issues in antiretroviral treatment
    Junine Toy (Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, St. Paul’s Hospital) and Jennifer Hawkes (Northern Health Pharmacy, University Hospital of Northern BC; Blood Borne Pathogens Services, Northern Health) discuss issues related to antiretroviral treatment in British Columbia. Jonathan Postnikoff (Positive Living BC) discusses a example of an case. [60min]
  • Webinar: Treatment as Prevention
    Dr. Julio Montaner (UBC Division of AIDS & BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS at Providence Health Care) and Mr. Paul Kerston (UBC & Positive Living Society of BC) discuss issues related to Treatment as Prevention in HIV. [58min]
Addictions and Mental Health
Aboriginal, First Nations and Metis Peoples
Women
LGBTQ2S (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, 2-Spirited)
Children and Youth
Aging
Disclosure & Criminalization of HIV