On Demand Webinar: COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Efficacy, Safety, and Availability for People with HIV (and their providers) (HIV Learning Network, January 14, 2021)

Posted March 1, 2021

This presentation was given on January 14 @ Noon (Pacific): COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Efficacy, Safety, and Availability for People with HIV (and their providers)​​​, by Christian Ramers, MD, MPH, AAHIVS, Director of Graduate Medical Education, Family Health Centers of San Diego.

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Description: COVID-19 vaccines have begun to be distributed across the country. Expectations are that frontline healthcare workers and extremely frail older adults will be the first to receive it, but there’s much ambiguity on when a vaccine will be available to people with HIV, or their providers  Dr. Christian Ramers will provide an overview of Phase 3 clinical trial data on the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccine candidates. He’ll review what is known about the plan for administering the COVID-19 vaccination to different populations, and help us ascertain when we can reasonably expect providers and their patients with HIV can receive the vaccine.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:

  1. Review available Phase 3 data on safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccine candidates
  2. Estimate timing of rollout of COVID-19 vaccines to different populations
  3. Debate equitable allocation of COVID-19 vaccines for People with HIV and their providers

You may access a link to the recording and slides by registering for this event.  Once registered, navigate to your “Past Events” in the “Participant Dashboard” drop down menu, click on the title of the event, and you will see the links to the materials.  A copy of the event details page will also be emailed to you. If you attended the live session, you do not need to register again.

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