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Geriatric Care for Adults Living with HIV


Published Date: 01/29/2024

Expiration Date: 10/17/2026

CE Credit: CME:1CNE: 1


This course will ensure that clinicians understand the challenges of treating older adults with HIV. Antiretroviral therapy has enabled people to live long lives with HIV. As a result, nearly half of people living with HIV in the United States are over 50 years of age. In light of this changing epidemiology, providers must recognize and manage multiple comorbidities and aging-related syndromes. These age-related syndromes which are common in elderly patients and well understood by geriatricians, but may be unrecognizable to HIV providers. Therefore, it is critical that all providers be aware of how HIV can lead to premature aging and incorporate geriatric assessments and care into their practice for treating people living with HIV.


Angela Condo,MDAngela Condo, MD s a board certified internist and geriatrician. She completed her internal medicine training in primary care at Weill Cornell New York Presbyterian Hospital. She then went on to complete a two yeargeriatric fellowship at Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine. She currently works at Mount Sinai as Assistant Professor of Geriatrics. She has her own outpatient primary care geriatric panel at Mount Sinai Downtown Union Square. She also teaches medical students and internal medicine residents and precepts geriatric fellows. With grant support from the Keith Haring Foundation, she started the Comprehensive Program of Integrated Care for Older Adults with HIV at Mount Sinai’s Peter Krueger Clinic. The program takes an interdisciplinary team approach to caring for older adults with HIV. She enjoys the complexity in caring for older adults and the teamwork required to do it successfully.

Learning Objectives

  • Discuss the changing demographics of HIV.
  • Describe the challenges of aging with HIV.
  • Identify the principles of geriatric medicine.
  • Review common geriatric assessment tools.

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