Every Tuesday, from 12:00-1:00PM (MT)

HIV Prevention is the 1st Tuesday of each month
HIV/HCV Coinfection is the 2nd Tuesday of each month
HIV Core Topic or Requested Topic are the other sessions of the month

For more information contact us at: HIVecho@salud.unm.edu


Program Description

The New Mexico AIDS Education and Training Center (NM AETC, the regional partner of South Central AETC) has partnered with Project ECHO to create the NM AETC-HIV TeleECHO Program, designed to help providers unfamiliar with HIV become proficient in the treatment and prevention of HIV in a primary care setting. Brief didactic lectures and case presentations cover clinical, programmatic, and social support topics to provide best practice care to patients living with HIV.

Target Audience

Primary care providers, mental health and substance use treatment providers, pharmacists, nurses, medical assistants, case managers, community health workers, outreach educators, and other health care workers involved in the treatment or prevention of HIV.

Resources

Program Team

Michelle

Michelle Iandiorio, MD
Medical Director
Medical Director-Truman Health Services and NM AETC
miiandiorio@salud.unm.edu

Shania

Shanna Diaz, DO
Psychiatry and Sleep Medicine
University of New Mexico

Renee

Renee-Claude Mercier, PharmD, PhC, BCPS-ID, FCCP
Pharmacist
Professor of Pharmacy and Medicine, Regent’s Professor College of Pharmacy
University of New Mexico

Paulina

Paulina Deming, PharmD, PhC
Assistant Director of HCV Programs
College of Pharmacy, University of New Mexico

ECHO Staff:

Paulina

Tracy Jungwirth, MA
ECHO Institute, HIV Program Manager
NM AETC, Director
nmaetc@salud.unm.edu

Paulina

Amanda Dezan, BA
ECHO Institute, Operations Specialist, HIV/TB/IHS Programs
NM AETC, Program Coordinator
nmaetc@salud.unm.edu

Paulina

Rory Lockwood
ECHO Institute, Program Coordinator
HIVecho@salud.unm.edu