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Nurse Practitioner Hiv

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I stopped taking my HIV Meds

A series of misfortunes made me depressed and I also changed doctors. After my last doctors meeting my CD4 was confirmed at 600 and my vl is undetectable and has been for two years.I became depressed and stopped taking my meds (Norvir, Truvada and...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
...often work out OK. Focusing on improving your emotional/mental status should be a priority. For many patients knowing their HIV infection is under good control is a stress reliever so that health efforts can be directed to other priorities. KH Read more »

Would HIV alone cause anemia?

I was Diagnosed in Oct 2004: CD4 872, VL 27,900. RBC 4.98. Jan 18, 2005: CD4 1446, VL >100,000 Log... Read more »

hiv confidentiality

I am a nurse practitioner in a CBO & am looking for a training video on HIV confidentiality regs in... Read more »
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Test Positive Aware Network

Ask the HIV Specialist: What Is the Difference Between My Doctor and the NP Who Sometimes Sees Me?

...on some occasions when I have needed something quick or when I was actually really sick with a flu, I was seen by the clinic nurse practitioner. The NP is great; he is also an HIV Specialist, and he seems to be as knowledgeable about things as my... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Texas: HIV Program May Put Strain on System

...medical students to HIV care, and increasing Medicaid and other insurance reimbursements. In addition, primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants could be trained in HIV care. "Can primary care physicians do this?... Read more »
AIDS InfoNet

Choosing an HIV Care Provider

...That makes it easier to choose and stick to your treatment plan. "Care provider" means a doctor, a physician's assistant, or a nurse practitioner. There are several issues you may want to consider in choosing an HIV care provider. You might... Read more »
The Body

This Month in HIV Survey

...professional?   No   Yes, I am a: Physician (clinician) Physician (researcher) Dentist Nurse Physician's assistant/nurse practitioner Pharmacist Psychiatrist/psychologist Other (please specify):      4.    ... Read more »
Connect With Others

Wanted: Nurse Practitioner position

Posted by holladaytn, 1 Reply
...I am a newly diagnosed HIV+ man looking for a Nurse Practitioner position. I have 14 years critical care Registered Nurse experience working in a inner city Level One trauma center, then went Read more »

Childbirth Ed for HIV positive women

Posted by Anonymous
...our services and all women are welcome to our practice. Our practice is owned and operated by a NYS licensed Women's Health Nurse Practitioner with many years of experience working with HIV positive women. This service is private and by... Read more »

HIV Clinical Care Coordinator NYC

Posted by Anonymous
...maintain a panel of HIV Primary Care patients. This position reports to the Director of Special Services. The Ideal Candidate: Nurse Practitioner: MS in Nursing; Physician Assistant: BA/BS. Current New York State licensed Nurse Practitioner- or... Read more »

HIV providers needed! Physicians and mid-levels

Posted by jklein
...The site qualifies for both NHSC scholarship recipients and loan repayment. Current providers include 2 Johns Hopkins trained nurse practitioners and medical director, M. Keith Rawlings, MD, who has been well know in the HIV world for many... Read more »