Aging in a healthy way with HIV can mean that you sometimes need a referral to another physician. It can be a supplement to the treatment.
The HIV treatment centre Amsterdam therefore works closely with other caregivers. With this cooperation, the HIV treatment can be better tailored to other treatments.
- The HIV treatment team has weekly multi-disciplinary consultations with the HIV team of Amsterdam UMC. In addition to tailoring treatments, during these meetings, new scientific developments and experiences from practice are shared.
- Thanks to the collaboration with AUMC, our patients have access to 24/7 emergency care from the internist team of the AUMC.
- It is also possible for our patients to participate in academic studies of the AUMC**
|PREVENT||Making people aware of HIV quick-tests in men (MSM) with a non-western background via peers|
|NOVA||Study on the effect of early starting with c-Art for acute HIV infection||Long-term study|
- We have a quarterly case discussion so that we can align the treatment of GGZ inGeest and the HIV treatment team.
- As of January 1, 2019, GGZ inGeest has a consultation at our location once every three weeks. The low-threshold consultation is intended to be an introduction to see whether a referral to GGZ inGeest is something for you.
- There is collaboration in the area of HIV cohort research, STD research and treatment, hepatitis B vaccinations for risk groups, sexual behaviour research, HPV research and H-team.
AIN working group
- Municipal work group of all hospitals where AIN treatment takes place to tailor research and treatment.
In addition, the HIV treatment centre Amsterdam works closely with general practitioners and pharmacies.