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South Africa is committed to attaining the UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets to control the HIV epidemic by providing quality healthcare services using highly effective antiretroviral treatment (ART). To support the achievement of this goal, the ART clinical guidelines have been updated to include more optimised treatment regimens for children, adolescents and adults, as well as pregnant women living with HIV/AIDS, TB and other common opportunistic infections. The Differentiated Models form part of this guidance to enable optimal use of decentralised and integrated service delivery to promote a patient-centred approach.


Course Goal


The goal of this course is to increase awareness about key changes in the HIV Clinical Management Guidelines and improve healthcare worker knowledge on the use of optimised regimens for people living with HIV and the alignment with differentiated models of care.


Course Modules


  • Implementing Optimised Regimens for Adults with HIV
  • Vertical Transmission Prevention
  • Paediatric HIV Management
  • TB Screening and TB Preventative Treatment
  • Cryptococcal Meningitis Prevention and Treatment


Who should enrol?


Healthcare professionals registered with the relevant professional council.


Course Design

The course is available via self-paced eLearning or an interactive contact class. This interactive training program is composed of video lectures, demonstrations, MCQ assessments, case studies and group work.




Participants will be assessed on ongoing course exercises, pre and post-tests and case studies.





To qualify for the certificate of completion for this short course, participants must attend the entire course and successfully complete the assessment process.




The training content is based on the National Department of Health National ART Clinical Guidelines for the management of HIV, Vertical Transmission Prevention, Standard Treatment Guidelines, TB Preventative Treatment and TB Screening Guidelines.  It is a critical component of healthcare worker Continuous Professional Development and is accredited according to the HPCSA’s Medical and Dental Board Guidelines for Healthcare Professions for 10 CPD Points. The certificate will be available within 48 hours once the course is successfully completed.


Course fee, dates and venue


R 1250,00 (incl. VAT) for eLearning course.


Training costs include:


  • Clinical Guidelines
  • Job aids
  • eLearning Instruction
  • Participant assessment and evaluation
  • Participant certification

Updated 2023 HIV Clinical Management Guidelines

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