Webcasts are long distance learning continuing medical education (CME) activities based on the successful IAS–USA regional 1–day, advanced-level CME courses on HIV/AIDS-related treatment issues. The webcasts enable HIV clinicians who are unable to attend the live regional courses, as well as HIV clinicians around the world, to access clinically relevant information and learn at their own pace. Viewers agree that slides are for webcast viewing only. They will not copy, alter, or change these webcast presentations in any way.

The goal of this webcast is to provide advanced-level CME presentations online that offer balanced, timely, scientifically rigorous, and clinically relevant information about HIV disease management. This web-based CME activity is designed for HIV specialists who are actively involved in HIV disease management.

The webcast activities are sponsored by the IAS–USA.

There is no fee for attending these webcast sessions or CME credit. Lectures are also available as Podcasts in an audio only format. Please check often for updates.

The International Antiviral Society–USA (IAS–USA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Please view the activity for the amount of credit available.

How to View a Webcast

To view an IAS–USA archived presentations, you will need a recent version of Windows Media Player (version 7.1 recommended) installed on your computer. For best results, view with version 3.0 or higher of Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer.

You may download the most current version of Windows Media Player using the following links:

Minimum System Requirements

Windows Media Player

The minimum and recommended system requirements for Windows and Macintosh are provided below.


  • Pentium 166 megahertz (MHz) processor
  • 32 MB RAM
  • 28.8-kilobits per second (Kbps) modem
  • 16-bit sound card and speakers
  • 256-color video card
  • Microsoft Windows® 98, Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows 2000, or Windows Millennium Edition
  • Internet Explorer 4.0.1 or Netscape 4.0


  • 24-bit true color video card
  • Microsoft Windows 98SE or later
  • 800MHz Processor
  • 128 MB RAM
  • Windows Media Player 7.1 or 9 series
  • Apple Macintosh System 9 or OS X
  • Microsoft IE 5.x
  • Windows Media Player 7.1 (system 9) or 9 series (OS X)

Apple Macintosh System 9 or OS X

  • Microsoft IE 5.x
  • Windows Media Player 7.1 (system 9) or 9 series (OS X)

If you’re not sure about the details of your computer system, here are some ways to find out:

  • For Windows 95/98: On the C Drive, under “My Computer”, select “Control Panel.” In the window that appears, select the “System” icon. Under the “General” tab you will find the details you need about the operating system (OS), the speed of your processor and how much RAM you have.
  • For Macintosh: Under the Apple Menu, select “Apple System Profiler” and in the window that appears, select the tab “System Profile.” Here you will find the details you need about your operating system under “Software Overview”; about RAM, under “Memory Overview,” and processor speed under “Hardware Overview.”

Downloading the Latest Version of Windows Media Player

Windows Media Player

  1. You can download the latest version of Windows Media Player for free within a matter of minutes from the Windows Media Player site.
  2. Under Download Information, select:
    • Download: Windows Media Player
    • Version: Player 7.1 for Win98, Win 2000, Win me or Player 7.01 for Mac (OS 8.1 or later)
    • Language: Select appropriate language
  3. The requested player download will appear at bottom of screen. To start download, click “Download Now” button. At pop-up window will ask what you would like to do with this program, select “Save this program to disk” and click “OK.” Save file in appropriate location on your computer. The download will begin immediately after you a have selected a location.
  4. Once download is complete, click “Open.” When asked if you want to continue Windows Media Player set-up, select “Yes.” At user agreement, select “Yes.” Set-up will begin immediately.
  5. Once set-up is complete, the Windows Media Component Setup begins. Select “Next” at prompt. After reading the privacy statement, check “I have read the privacy statement” and select “Next.” On the installation page, click “Next” (you will need all the components listed). On the customized player page, also click “Next.” On the final installation page, click “Next.” Installation will begin immediately.
  6. Once completed, select “Finish.” You will now have Windows Media Player automatically available on your computer.