Dr Ketterer to ride for HIV/AIDS

Daniel Ketterer, a Piedmont infectious disease doctor who specializes in AIDS treatment, is embarking on a journey that will take him more than 700 miles on his bike for a great cause. Dr. Ketterer is participating in the Atlanta AIDS Vaccine 200 in late May and the AIDS/LifeCycle Race in California, which will take him another 545 miles, two weeks later….

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Dr Jones starts a HIV support group called Atlanta Cares

Dr Jones has started a HIV support group called Atlanta Cares. Atlanta Cares is an “all-welcoming” peer group which provides support to those who are newly diagnosed or recently diagnosed with HIV.  This support group welcomes anyone from the Atlanta metro area. This support group is open to anyone living with HIV and in particular is…

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Dr Devine selected to serve on the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Clinical Affairs Committee

Dr Devine has been selected to serve on the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) Clinical Affairs Committee. The Clinical Affairs Committee (CAC) is an advocate and educational/ informative resource for infectious diseases clinicians. The CAC has various duties incuding monitoring and developing recommendations to address infectious diseases clinical practice.  Dr Devine will serve on the…

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Dr Zurawski presents poster at IDWeek 2016

Dr Zurawski presented a poster titled The Impact of Incorporating Infectious Diseases Led Antimicrobial Stewardship into Multidisciplinary Rounds in the Intensive Care Unit at IDWeek 2016.  IDWeek is an annual international infectious diseases conference hosted by four national societies including the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) and The Society for Healthcare Epidmiology of America (SHEA).  Dr…

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