Decision Making In HIV


First Published:
September 2012
Last Updated:
January 2024
Resource Type:
Clinical Tool


The Decision-Making in HIV resource is an essential guide for healthcare professionals involved in HIV testing, management, and treatment. With this comprehensive resource, clinicians can make informed decisions and provide optimal care for individuals affected by HIV.

This resource offers valuable guidance on who to test for HIV, ensuring that healthcare professionals can identify individuals at risk and initiate appropriate testing protocols. It emphasises the importance of delivering HIV laboratory results in a sensitive and supportive manner, taking into account the specific needs and concerns of patients.

Decision-Making in HIV also covers key considerations for HIV management and treatment, including Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) and Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). It provides clinicians with the necessary information to assess the need for PEP and initiate timely treatment following potential HIV exposure. Additionally, it offers insights into the use of PrEP for individuals at ongoing risk of HIV exposure, facilitating informed decision-making in prescribing and monitoring PrEP regimens.

By engaging with this resource, healthcare professionals can stay up to date with the latest guidelines and recommendations in HIV care. It serves as a valuable reference guide, ensuring that clinicians are equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to provide optimal care and support to individuals living with or at risk of HIV.

In an ever-evolving field like HIV, it is crucial for healthcare professionals to have access to reliable and current information. Decision-Making in HIV fills this need by offering practical guidance and evidence-based recommendations, enabling clinicians to deliver the highest standard of care to their patients.

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