April 14, 2022

Where Are We Now With HIV and COVID-19

As we enter year three of the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to review the latest updates about HIV and COVID-19.

In the first segment we will speak with Dr. Robert Fullilove, EdD, about the social and historical factors which have led to racial health disparities for HIV and COVID-19. In the second segment we will speak with Dr. Keith Sigel, MD, PhD, MPH, who will unpack the latest research and data about COVID-19 outcomes for Persons Living with HIV (PLWH). The goal of this episode will be to provide information for providers about how to understand and meet their patients’ needs in relation to HIV and COVID-19.

Part 1: Robert Fullilove, EdD,

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  • Part 2: Keith Sigel, MD, PhD, MPH

    • Braunstein, S. L., Lazar, R., Wahnich, A., Daskalakis, D. C., & Blackstock, O. J. (2021). Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection among people with human immunodeficiency virus in new york city: a population-level analysis of linked surveillance data. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 72(12), e1021-e1029.
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    • Cooper, T. J., Woodward, B. L., Alom, S., & Harky, A. (2020). Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‐19) outcomes in HIV/AIDS patients: a systematic review. HIV medicine, 21(9), 567-577.
    • Garret, N., Tapley, A., Andriesen, J., Seocharan, I., Fisher, L. H., Bunts, L., ... & Corey, L. (2021). High rate of asymptomatic carriage associated with variant strain Omicron. MedRxiv.
    • Sigel, K., Swartz, T., Golden, E., Paranjpe, I., Somani, S., Richter, F., ... & Glicksberg, B. S. (2020). Covid-19 and people with HIV infection: outcomes for hospitalized patients in New York City. Clinical Infectious Diseases.
    • Verity, R., Okell, L. C., Dorigatti, I., Winskill, P., Whittaker, C., Imai, N., ... & Ferguson, N. M. (2020). Estimates of the severity of coronavirus disease 2019: a model-based analysis. The Lancet infectious diseases, 20(6), 669-677.

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