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Continuing Education and Information Activities


Live Webinars are interactive CME activities presented by IAS–USA faculty. Offered frequently throughout the year, these popular activities, typically 75 to 90 minutes long, are available afterward as on-demand CME content.

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Courses and Conferences

These live CME activities include in-person, virtual, and multiday events presenting balanced, timely, scientifically rigorous, and clinically relevant information about HIV and other viral infections.

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IAS–USA Dialogues are timely conversations on the latest news in public health, scientific, and clinical aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic and other urgent viral outbreaks.

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Peer-Reviewed Journal

Topics in Antiviral MedicineTM is a peer-reviewed online journal, which includes reviews of presentations from live activities, and is a resource for healthcare practitioners involved in the care of patients with HIV or other viral infections.

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The IAS–USA commissions volunteer panels of experts to develop clinical practice recommendations and guidelines in areas of antiviral medicine.

HIV Drug Resistance Mutations

Mutations associated with clinical resistance to HIV and the accompanying user notes, are regularly revised and disseminated by the IAS–USA Drug Resistance Mutations Group, and published in TAM™. The figures are also available as downloadable PDF and Powerpoint files.

Key Slides

Conference and course speakers slides from their presentations that will be useful to attendees.

On-Demand Webcasts

Webcasts enable HIV clinicians who are unable to attend the live courses, including HIV clinicians located around the world, to access clinically relevant information and learn at their own pace.


Selected activities are available on podcasts. Please note that iTunes® or another MP3 audio player is required to listen to the podcast audio files.

Fellow/Student Resources

Resources particularly valuable to students and trainees, as well as to practitioners new to the management of HIV and viral hepatitis infection.