Karen Rybolt is the Clinic Lead at the FACES Program at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Rybolt has been a nurse for over 15 years in multiple pediatric and adult settings with 5 years of travel nursing around the United States. She is very passionate about providing best practices to provide best outcomes.
Presentation: Thinking Outside The Box: Looking at how an inclusive HIV wrap around service model can better lower viral load suppression rates
Time: Breakout Session 4
How wrap around adaptive models for individualized treatment increases retention in care, thus leading to increased viral load suppression rates.
1. Describe the beneficial aspects of medical HIV treatment models in an all -inclusive wrap around service care setting by comparing our statistical data of viral load suppression rates to that of the national average.
2. Describe how the importance of having a multi-disciplinary team approach can impact retention in care and lead to increased viral load suppression.
3. Describe how a hospital based program is beneficial to a highly stigmatized population.