HOPE - HIV Online Provider Education

About the HOPE Conferences

The HIV Online Provider Education (HOPE) program is a twice-monthly conference involving several hundred doctors and nurses in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and other parts of the world. We use an internet conferencing platform for these live conferences. Each conference is also archived for later viewing.

The program focuses on topics relevant to care of HIV-infected patients in resource-limited settings. Each conference is led by an expert in the field. Participants ask questions and make comments using an interactive conferencing platform, best described as a virtual classroom.

The HOPE program is a project of the Harvard University Center for AIDS Research.

Recent Conferences

Physicians Conferences view all »

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Border Closures and Family Separation: Lessons from the HIV Travel Ban
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The Residual Burden of KS as Botswana approaches 95-95-95
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Long-term Metabolic and Immune Outcomes Among HIV-Exposed Uninfected Adolescents and Young Adults

Nurses Conferences view all »

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Advanced practice providers in specialty care: Lessons from and for HIV care
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Substance Use Disorders in the United States and Tanzania and Associated Medical Complications
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A Gerontological Perspective on Patients with HIV and Falls

Featured Topics Topic:

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Clinical Research
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Tuberculosis
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Neurology
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Dermatology
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Drug Resistance
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Maternal/Child Health

Sponsors and Affiliates

Lisa & Mark Schwartz Family Foundation

Tibotec REACH Grant Program