Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine
University of California, San Diego
- Describe the benefits and barriers to rapid ART initiation
- Choose the optimal ART regimen for patients with multiple comorbidities and potential drug-drug interactions
- Select the appropriate duration of antimicrobial therapy for patients with urinary tract infections
Darcy Wooten, MD attended Stanford University for her undergraduate studies in Human Biology. She received her MD, MS joint degree from the UCSF-UC Berkeley Joint Medical Program, and then continued on at UCSF for her Internal Medicine residency. She completed her Infectious Diseases fellowship at Harbor UCLA before joining the faculty at UCSD in the division of Infectious Disease and Global Public Health (ID/GPH) in 2014.
At UCSD, Dr. Wooten is currently an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine in the division of ID/GPH. She also serves as the Associate Program Director for the Infectious Diseases Fellowship Training Program. Her clinical work includes HIV primary care at the Owen Clinic and consultative services in the ID clinic at Hillcrest.
Dr. Wooten is passionate about medical education and mentorship across the spectrum of learners (from medical students to residents to fellows). She serves at the Director of Education in the Owen Clinic and has created a self-directed HIV curriculum for medical students, residents, and fellows. She directs the ID fellow core didactic curriculum and has implemented innovative educational strategies including retrieval practice, flipped classroom, and gamification. Dr. Wooten was recently appointed the Division Vice Chief of Mentoring. In this role, she created a career mentoring and peer-to-peer mentoring program for ID fellows and an early career faculty mentoring program for junior faculty in the ID/GPH division.
This accredited continuing education activity is provided by American Academy of CME, Inc.
The 15th Annual American Conference for the Treatment of HIV (ACTHIV 2021) was held virtually May 20-22, 2021. The conference and this Best of ACTHIV web archive were supported by educational grants from Gilead Sciences; Janssen Therapeutics, Division of Janssen Products, LP; Merck & Co., Theratechnologies, and ViiV Healthcare.
Darcy Wooten, MD, MS, Associate Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Diego
Estimated time to complete: 30 minutes
This activity is intended for frontline providers of care to persons at risk for or who are living with HIV, including specialist and primary care Physicians, NPs, PAs, Nurses, and Pharmacists. Other HIV care team members are also encouraged to participate.
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All other members of the HIV Care team will receive a certificate of participation.
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Darcy Wooten, MD, MS: has no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.
The following individuals have no relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies to disclose: Beatrice Aladin, John Brooks, MD, Jose Castillo-Mancilla, MD, Sherrillyn Crooks, PA-C, Carlos del Rio, MD, Courtney V Fletcher, PharmD, Donna Futterman, MD, Rajesh Gandhi, MD, Mary Glenshaw, PhD, MPH, OTR/L, John JD Juchniewicz, MCIS, CHCP, FACEHP, H. Nina Kim, MD, MSc, Natalie Kirkwood, RN, BSN, JD, Harry Lampiris, MD, Sharon Lee, MD, Vincent Lo Re, MD, MSCE, Amber McCracken, Lorenzo McFarland, DHA, MPH, MSW, PMP, Paul Miniter, MS, Edward Moylan, RP, Asa Radix, MD, PhD, MPH, Dianne Rausch PhD, Renslow Sherer, MD, Cheryl Smith, MD, Susan Weiss, FNP-BC, MSN, AAHIVS
The following individuals have relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose:
Jillian Baron, MD, MPH: Employee (Spouse/Partner) – IQVIA
Roger Bedimo, MD, MS: Advisory Board - ViiV Healthcare, Merck, Theratechnologies
Michelle Cespedes, MD, MS: Advisory Board: Gilead Sciences, ViiV Healthcare; Grant/Research Support - Merck
Eric Daar, MD: Consultant, Gilead Sciences, Merck, Genentech; Grant/Research Support: Gilead Sciences, ViiV Healthcare, Merck
Margaret Hoffman-Terry MD, FACP, AAHIVS: Advisory Board - ViiV Healthcare; Consultant - Gilead Sciences, ViiV Healthcare; Grant/Research Support - ViiV Healthcare; Consultant - Gilead Sciences, ViiV Healthcare
Igho Ofotokun, MD, MSc: Advisory Board – ViiV Healthcare, Accordant Health Services, Takeda
Tonia Poteat PhD, MPH, PA-C: Grant Recipient/Research Support: Gilead Sciences, ViiV Healthcare
Jennifer Price, MD, PhD: Consultant - Theratechnologies; Shareholder (Spouse/partner) - AbbVie, Bristol Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson, Merck;.Grant Recipient/Research Support - Gilead Sciences, Merck
Jason Schafer, PharmD, MPH: Advisory Board - Merck, ViiV Healthcare;.Grant Recipient/Research Support - Gilead Sciences, Merck
William Short, MD, MPH, FIDSA: Advisory Board - ViiV Healthcare; Consultant - ViiV Healthcare
Babaafemi Taiwo, MBBS: Advisory Board - Gilead Sciences, Merck, ViiV Healthcare; Consultant - Gilead Sciences, Merck, ViiV Healthcare
Pablo Tebas, MD: Consultant: Merck, ViiV Healthcare
Melanie Thompson, MD: Grant Recipient/Research Support - Cepheid Inc, Cytodyn Inc, Frontier Biotechnologies, Gilead Sciences, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck Sharp Dohme, ViiV Healthcare
Andrea Weddle, MSW: Advisory Board: Merck
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