Public Health
Public Health
04/10/2022
Minal K. Patel, MD, from the World Health Organization, answered our questions about her team’s research on the continued progress toward regional and global measles elimination from 2000 to 2018.
04/10/2022
Immunizations
Immunizations
04/03/2022
Sachiko Ozawa, PhD, MHS—the lead author of a new review that aimed to define hard-to-reach and hard-to-vaccinate populations—answers our questions about her latest review and about vaccine hesitancy.
04/03/2022
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
01/20/2022
Kathleen Ryan, PhD, answered our questions about her study, which indicated that rapid scale-up of PrEP was possible without the consequence of reduced HIV testing among Australian gay, bisexual, and other...
01/20/2022
pregnancy
pregnancy
01/12/2022
A new study examined the relative contributions of pre-ART drug resistance mutations vs nonadherence in the etiology of elevated viral loads among pregnant women with HIV who initiate ART. Lead author...
01/12/2022
Management
Management
09/29/2021
Comorbidities are a large part of the disease burden for people living with HIV. A recent study aimed to examine the prevalence of both high-risk and functional comorbidities in this patient population....
09/29/2021
Geriatrics
Geriatrics
08/27/2021
Eugenia L. Siegler, MD, answers our questions about her approach to managing older adults with HIV, the challenges she and the older population face, and how to overcome those challenges.
08/27/2021
sepsis
sepsis
07/14/2021
The continuation of proper care once a patient with sepsis is discharged from the hospital is critical in reducing the risk of rehospitalization and mortality. Stephanie Parks Taylor, MD, answers our...
07/14/2021
Gender Disparities
Gender Disparities
05/24/2021
New preliminary findings indicate that gender identity may influence pain sensation more than genetic sex among individuals with HIV and chronic pain. Infectious Diseases Consultant discussed these findings...
05/24/2021
Influenza Vaccine
Influenza Vaccine
02/25/2021
As influenza vaccination rates among health care workers often fall at substandard levels, mandatory vaccination has been proposed. In this Q&A, Consultant360 reached out to Gianluca Voglino, MD, to...
02/25/2021
Pneumonia
Pneumonia
11/04/2020
The researchers of a recent study examined how 170 US hospitals utilized urinary antigen testing, as well as the impact this testing has on antibiotic de-escalation. Study author Jennifer Schimmel, MD,...
11/04/2020