NNPTC Online STD Case Series: Case 7 "Neil, an HIV-positive man, presents with a new-onset rash"

Upon successful completion of the program, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the core components one should include in the medical history of the patient with a new rash.
  2. State the differential of a new-onset rash in a sexually active adult.
  3. Choose the appropriate diagnostic work-up to evaluate for the possibility of the STD.
  4. Discuss the appropriate treatment for the STD.
  5. Discuss management of sex partners of people with the STD.
  6. Discuss appropriate STD/HIV prevention counseling for people with the STD.

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