The AIDS Education and TraiKCMO HIVFellowship_2017_bookletning Center (AETC) at the Keck School of Medicine at USC has expanded their HIV Medicine Fellowship Program, a competitive program designed to train primary care providers to become experts in comprehensive HIV medical care. Beginning in August 2016, in order to further meet the needs of underserved HIV communities, the program has partnered with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (LAC-DHS) HIV Program, UCLA’s David Geffen School of Medicine’s Southern California Clinical Leaders Program, and ViiV Healthcare to expand our fellowship to accept up to four fellows annually. Continuing the program’s commitment to develop highly trained HIV experts, this new collaboration is a unique opportunity for young physicians who are committed to improving primary care for people living with HIV in underserved communities. The fellowship is for primary care physicians to become knowledgeable and have the necessary skills to provide comprehensive high-level, patient-centered HIV care, so that as providers they can develop community specific interventions, become systems leaders, and be successful community partners for the most vulnerable populations in HIV epidemics.
Please refer to the attached flyer for more details.