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Top 10 Guidelines in 2022
The Clinical Guidelines Program publishes its guidelines on the program website and on the National Library of Medicine bookshelf, which indexes the guidelines in PubMed. Below are the top 10 guidelines in 2022 on each site based on page view. With about 80,000 page views across both sites, the PEP guideline is the clear winner.
All Clinical Guidelines Program Publications in 2022
Conversations With CEI Podcast
How Can We Destigmatize HIV and Pregnancy? Preventing perinatal HIV transmission is an important strategy for eliminating HIV. Historically, rates of perinatal HIV transmission were 25-40% without interventions, but advances in HIV research, prevention, and treatment have made it possible to reduce that risk to less than 1%. Despite this progress, many myths and misconceptions about HIV and pregnancy remain.

In this episode, Dr. Antonio E. Urbina, Medical Director of CEI’s HIV Primary Care and Prevention Center of Excellence speaks with Dr. Andrés Ramírez Zamudio, Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences and Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Drs. Urbina and Ramírez Zamudio discuss strategies for preventing perinatal HIV transmission more broadly. They also unpack common myths and misconceptions to help destigmatize HIV in pregnancy.

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