National HIV Curriculum

A free educational web site from the University of Washington and the AETC National Coordinating Resource Center.
Funded by a grant from the
Health Resources and Services Administration

Course Modules

Screening and Diagnosis

This module is for any health care provider who would like to establish core competence in testing for HIV, recognizing acute HIV infection, and linking persons diagnosed with HIV to medical care.


Overview / Quick Reference

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Self-Study CNE/CME

Track your progress and receive CE credit

Question Bank CNE/CME

Interactive board-review style questions with CE credit


Clinical Challenges

Expert opinions for challenging and controversial cases


Basic HIV Primary Care

The Basic HIV Primary Care module is intended for any clinician who may interact with persons who have HIV infection in a clinical setting, with an emphasis on the primary care management issues related HIV.


Overview / Quick Reference

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Self-Study CNE/CME

Track your progress and receive CE credit

Question Bank CNE/CME

Interactive board-review style questions with CE credit


Clinical Challenges

Expert opinions for challenging and controversial cases


Antiretroviral Therapy

The Antiretroviral Therapy module is geared toward clinicians who provide antiretroviral therapy to persons with HIV infection, with an emphasis on initiating antiretroviral therapy and management of virologic failure.


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Self-Study CNE/CME

Track your progress and receive CE credit

Question Bank CNE/CME

Interactive board-review style questions with CE credit


Clinical Challenges

Expert opinions for challenging and controversial cases


Co-Occurring Conditions

The Co-Occurring Conditions module addresses the prevention and management of infectious and non-infectious complications in persons with HIV infection.


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Self-Study CNE/CME

Track your progress and receive CE credit

Question Bank CNE/CME

Interactive board-review style questions with CE credit


Clinical Challenges

Expert opinions for challenging and controversial cases


Prevention of HIV

The Prevention of HIV module emphasizes new prevention strategies both for persons with HIV infection and for persons not infected with HIV. This module also addresses occupational and nonoccupational HIV postexposure prophylaxis. 


Overview / Quick Reference

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Self-Study CNE/CME

Track your progress and receive CE credit

Question Bank CNE/CME

Interactive board-review style questions with CE credit


Clinical Challenges

Expert opinions for challenging and controversial cases


Key Populations

The Key Populations module is intended for any medical provider involved in the care of special populations of persons with HIV infection.


Overview / Quick Reference

Rapidly access info about Key Populations



Self-Study CNE/CME

Track your progress and receive CE credit

Question Bank CNE/CME

Interactive board-review style questions with CE credit


Clinical Challenges

Expert opinions for challenging and controversial cases


About the National HIV Curriculum

The National HIV Curriculum is a free educational web site from the AIDS Education & Training Center Program National Coordinating Resource Center and the University of Washington. This project is funded by a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).

It is the goal of the National HIV Curriculum to provide ongoing, up-to-date information needed to meet the core competency knowledge for HIV prevention, screening, diagnosis, and ongoing treatment and care to healthcare providers in the United States.

Free CME and CNE credits are offered throughout the site.

Take the Free Online Course

Browse or create an account and track your progress as you work through the course. After registering, you can obtain free CME or CNE credit.

Since you've received 80% or better on this quiz, you may claim continuing education credit.

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