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Recorded on May 26, 2022.
Anxiety disorders have a significant impact on the quality-of-life of people with HIV and other structurally vulnerable populations, and directly increases the risk of suicide when untreated. Jordan Howard-Young, MD, discusses how to appropriately diagnose and effectively treat the most common anxiety disorders in primary care.
Jordan Howard-Young, MD
Primary Care Psychiatry Fellow, Family Health Center of Worcester
Instructor, Family Medicine and Community Health, University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School
Co-Director, Certificate in Advanced Mental Health Care in Primary Care, Center for Integrated Primary Care
- Understand the impact of anxiety disorders on people with HIV and other structurally vulnerable populations.
- Identify and appropriately diagnose the most common anxiety disorders among people with HIV.
- Describe the evidence-based management of anxiety disorders, including pharmacotherapeutic approaches and their implications on the management of HIV.
Check out the topic page, Mental Health and HIV, from NEAETC's online HIV Resource Library
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