AIDS Clinical Care


AIDS Clinical Care

Publisher: Massachusetts Medical Society

AIDS Clinical Care keeps clinicians up to date on the most important
developments in the fast-paced world of HIV medicine. Launched in 1989,
the publication serves a broad community of HIV care providers.

ACC is published twice per month on the web and monthly in print.

ACC keeps its readers informed on all aspects of HIV medicine by providing
them with a range of features. Led by Dr. Paul Sax, the 11-member
physician Editorial Board regularly reviews 18 of the top general and
specialty medical journals, summarizing and commenting on the most relevant
studies, putting their findings into perspective.

The Editorial Board also provides coverage of the most important data
presented at professional conferences through Meeting Reports (comprehensive
coverage of the Retrovirus and International AIDS conferences) and Meeting
Notes (in depth coverage of particular topics presented at ICAAC, IDSA, and
specialty HIV meetings).

In the Antiretroviral Rounds feature, the editors invite two experts to
comment on how each would handle a particular cases representative of a
clinical conundrum frequently faced by HIV care providers.

Other occasional features include Guideline Watch, Drug Watch, and Roundtable
Discussions. Each article in ACC is subjected to careful fact-checking and
clear, concise editing.


Paul E. Sax, MD
Clinical Director
HIV Program and Division of Infectious Diseases
Brigham and Women's Hospital

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Current Issue: 17 July 2006

Date: 21 July 2006

Original posting date: 
Friday, July 21, 2006
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