Webinar: Engaging HIV+ Older Adults in Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME)

July 13, 2016

Tuesday, July 19, 2016,  3:00 pm - 4:30 pm ET

Individuals aged 55 and older account for approximately 25% of all people with HIV in the U.S. Self-management is critically important for this population, as they are more likely to develop other chronic conditions and face unique challenges in managing complex treatment regimens. Join the AoA-funded National CDSME Resource Center for this webinar to learn about the impact of HIV among older adults, the benefits of the Positive Self-Management Program (PSMP), and examples of PSMP implementation from the field.


  • Dr. Stephen E. Karpiak, ACRIA, Center on HIV and Aging
  • Dr. Kate Lorig, Stanford Patient Education Research Center
  • Diana Laurent, Stanford Patient Education Research Center
  • Laura Chisholm, Oregon Health Authority
  • Christy Hudson, Oregon Health Authority
  • Marty Fobes, Oregon Health Authority

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