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Routine Immunization of People Living with HIV: Why, What and How

Recognizing that people living with HIV (PLHIV) have higher rates of vaccine preventable disease and disease severity compared to HIV negative individuals, this webinar discusses strategies to improve vaccination rates in this population.

Dr. Andrew B. Trotter, MD, MPH, outlines the recommended vaccines for PLHIV by age and indication as recommended by ACIP, IDSA and CDC/NIH/HIVMA guidelines. Viewers of this webinar will recognize differences in administration, dosing schedules and contraindications for routine vaccines for PLHIV compared to HIV negative individuals.