Cirrhosis: What Clinicians Need to Know

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Date presented
February 5, 2019 
Duration
58:38 
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CE Credit
CEI 

On Tuesday, February 5th, Christine Kerr, MD, AAHIVS, of Hudson River HealthCare presented on: “Cirrhosis: What Clinicians Need to Know”

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe cirrhosis.
2. Discuss screening guidelines and diagnostic algorithms for cirrhosis.
3. Review cirrhosis treatment best practices.

Presenter Bio:
Christine Kerr, MD, AAHIVS, is the medical director for the HIV and Hepatitis Programs for Hudson River HealthCare. She trained in internal medicine at Brown University and Infectious Disease at Harvard. She is the community co-chair for the New York State Hepatitis C Elimination Task force, the co-chair of the NYS AIDS institute Quality Advisory committee and is co-chair for the NYS AIDS Institute/Johns Hopkins Guidelines Committee for Treatment of Hepatitis C in the Primary Care Setting. Her areas of interest include treatment of HIV and Hepatitis C in the community setting, care of the underserved, and program development and evaluation.

This webinar is co-sponsored by NYSDOH AIDS Institute Clinical Education Initiative and Mount Sinai Institute for Advanced Medicine.

Access the slides here