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Podcasts from HIV 2014
At the HIV meeting in Glasgow, a series of short podcasts (2-3 minutes) were made by members of the ...
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Drug Interaction Charts
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Treatment Selector Tables
Treatment Selector Tables
New tables for Contraceptives/HRT and Recreational Drugs
We have produced a series of printable tables showing interactions between key antiretrovirals and drugs used to treat a range of common comorbidities.
The tables can be accessed from the Printable Chart & Treatment Selector sub menu on the Interaction Charts menu.
Interaction Charts for Your Smart Phone and Tablet
HIV iChart - an interaction app for mobile devices
iOS7/8 - We are aware that the update function on the app may not work properly with iOS7 on some devices and have recently become aware of further problems with iOS8 on iPhones. An update for the app is in development.
HIV Charts on mobile devicesFree for Apple and Android devices.

The interaction charts are available as an app which can be downloaded free of charge from the App Store or Google Play
(search for HIV iChart).

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Editorial Sponsorship

We are pleased to announce Editorial Sponsorship from BHIVA, EACS and the International Congress on Drug Therapy in HIV (Glasgow).

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