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                          A Case Study
                             Of an
                          AIDS Patient
                         Teleconference
 
                   Featuring Grateful Med and
                  The Free National Library of
                       Medicine Databases
                     (AIDSLINE, AIDSDRUGS,
                     AIDSTRIALS, & DIRLINE)
 
            March 5, 1996 * 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
 
                Funded by a Subcontract with the
           National Network of Libraries of Medicine,
                  Southeastern Atlantic Region
 
 
     Plan to attend this free, MLA approved (1.5 credit hours),
interactive teleconference that will use the case study format to explore
a full range of issues specific to the care of a woman with HIV infection,
including: HIV counseling and voluntary testing for pregnant women,
initial diagnosis and management, use of AZT in pregnancy, use of
antiretroviral and prophylaxis therapy, diagnosis and management of
selected opportunistic infections, and the use of computer resources to
support patient care.  Following the teleconference, telephone calls will
be accepted.
 
     This teleconference is designed for physicians (family
medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics,
emergency medicine, and osteopathic medicine), nurses, physician
assistants, librarians, and other health care professionals.
 
 
Faculty/Activity Directors
 
R. Wesley Farr, MD                 Linda Jacknowitz, MLS, MPA
Assistant Professor                Director
Section of Infectious Diseases     West Virginia CONSULT
Department of Medicine             Robert C. Byrd
WVU School of Medicine             Health Sciences Center
Morgantown, WV                     Morgantown, WV
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For more information or to register for the teleconference, call
(304) 293-3937 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00p.m., Monday through Friday or
e-mail [log in to unmask]
 
Only those who register for the conference are eligible to receive MLA
credit.