World AIDS Day 2016: Leadership. Commitment. Impact


Leadership. Commitment. Impact. World AIDS Day reminds us that, while we have come far in the prevention and management of HIV in the 35 years since the epidemic was first recognized, there is still much work to do to reach a world free of new transmissions.

At the Clinician Consultation Center, our committed clinicians provide leadership every day, by supporting the many healthcare clinicians who are preventing and managing HIV daily through our consultations. We are proud to provide free, easily accessible, rapid clinical consultation services to help you provide the highest quality HIV prevention, disease, and exposure care to your patients. Our clinical consultation services include:

HIV/AIDS Management Service (Warmline) | (800) 933-3413
Expert clinical advice on preventing and treating HIV, from initiating treatment to managing advanced disease.

electronic Clinician Consultation Service (e-CCS)
Register online to initiate clinical consultation on non-urgent HIV management topics. Responses will be provided by CCC clinicians within two business days. Registered users can also log-in to track completed and active cases.

Perinatal HIV Hotline | (888) 448-8765
Immediate clinical consultation from expert providers on all aspects of perinatal HIV management, including HIV testing in pregnancy, treating HIV-infected pregnant women, preventing transmission, providing HIV-exposed infant care, and referring to local care.

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Service (PrEPline) | (855) 448-7737 or (855) HIV-PrEP
Expert, clinically supported advice on pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), from determining when PrEP is an appropriate part of a prevention program to understanding laboratory protocols and follow-up testing.

Substance Use Management (Substance Use Warmline)(855) 300-3595
Expert clinical advice for healthcare providers on substance use evaluation and management.

Post-Exposure Prophylaxis Service (PEPline) | (888) 448-4911
Rapid, expert guidance for managing occupational and non-occupational exposures to HIV and hepatitis B and C. Peer-to-peer advice on all aspects of post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) management, from assessing risk of exposure to providing follow-up testing.

For more World AIDS Day information, visit the links below:world_logo2
World AIDS Day international 
World AIDS Day Federal information and events