Amanda Hart


Upcoming events

The Clinical Consultation Center / PEPline Needs Your Help!

Please help keep our expert PEPline clinicians right where they are needed: answering your calls!

We have recently experienced deep funding cuts that threaten our ability to provide the timely advice clinicians are used to when they need it. Despite the invaluable service we provide and increasing demand for our expert consultations, our federal funding has dramatically declined. We need your help to continue providing clinical decision-support for managing occupational exposures throughout the country and keep our national workforce transmissions at zero – no new occupational HIV transmissions.

We are asking you to donate and/or to forward to your networks who might support our crowdfunding campaign. In order to reach our fundraising goal of $200,000, we need donations from everyone – healthcare workers, clinicians, healthcare facilities, employers and leaders in the field. Can you help us sustain the PEPline?

Donate now through our crowdfunding campaign or directly through our website. The Clinician Consultation Center is a nonprofit organization: all donations and pledges are fully tax deductible.


On behalf of the thousands of exposed healthcare workers and clinicians who benefit from the PEPline, as well as from our committed staff: Thank you for your generosity!

Monday, 01. May 2017 - 10:00
The Promise of PrEP for Transgender and Cisgender Women of Color

The Promise of PrEP for Transgender and

Cisgender Women of Color


Wednesday, May 31, 2017


10:30am – 12:00pm


No Fee to Participate. Registration Required.

CME and CEU provided.


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Wednesday, 31. May 2017 - 10:30 till 12:00pm
The 13th Annual National Conference on HIV/AIDS & Aging

The New England Association on HIV Over 50 (NEAHOF) and the New England AIDS Training and Education Center (NEAETC) invites you to our annual HIV Primary Care Conference, to be held at the Holiday Inn Brookline, in Brookline, MA.  Experienced medical providers will discuss important emerging areas of HIV medicine as they relate to today’s primary care practices.


Topics will include:

• HIV and Hepatitis

• Oral Manifestations of HIV Disease

• STD Update

• The Mental Health Challenges of Living Long-Term with HIV

• HIV & Cardiovascular Disease

• Addiction and the Older HIV Client

• STD Update

• Longitudinal Care of the HIV Long-Term Survivor

• National Care Continuum

Friday, 29. September 2017 - 08:00 till 03:00pm

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