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Committee members collaborate to survey and evaluate peer-reviewed literature, write and assess clinical recommendations, and update existing guidelines or create new guidelines as necessary to ensure that recommendations reflect current best practices.If the published evidence in support of a particular recommendation is not sufficient, the group relies on collective best practices experience to develop a final statement.The rating scheme for recommendations appears below.The Office of the Medical Director oversees numerous programs and initiatives including: The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, has collaborated with the NYSDOH AIDS Institute since 1999 to develop and disseminate HIV clinical guidelines and related quality-of-care information. Hoffmann, MD, MPH provides leadership and strategic to the program and lends extensive experience in both HIV clinical care and guidelines development, as well as a resolute commitment to training for HIV care providers.
The JHU team manages all aspects of guidelines development and dissemination and program administration through the efforts of the following program staff: JHU: This website is managed and maintained by the staff of the JHU HIV Clinical Guidelines Program.
A Clinical Guidelines Program Steering Committee provides oversight and strategy to the following Clinical Guidelines Program committees, each of which is responsible for developing and updating clinical practice guidelines that fall under its area of expertise.