HIV Prevention Trials Network

This Symposium was sponsored by the Albert Einstein College of Medicine    
in joint sponsorship with Jacobi Medical Center.    
It serves as an education tool for HPTN 065 (TLC-Plus).    


Podcasts of the
HIV Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment:
A Best Practices Symposium

June 16, 2010

 

Audio Podcasts

All of the sessions that are available as webcasts are also available as podcasts. If you do not already have a podcast aggregator on your personal computer, use one of the links provided below to install one.

 

iTunes || Juice (iPodder)

 

Once you have installed the aggregator on your computer, select a link below to access the Podcasts.

 

FHI - HIV Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment: A Best Practices Symposium
Podcast iTunes one-click

 

OR

 

Subscribe to FHI - HIV Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment: A Best Practices Symposium
Podcasts
(RSS XML)

 

Subscribe to Audio Podcast (RSS XML)

  • Click on the link above and copy the URL of the page to your clipboard.
  • Launch a podcast aggregator, e.g., iTUNES or iPODDER.
  • In iTunes, select Advanced, Subscribe to Podcast and paste the URL from your clipboard.
  • In iPodder, select Tools, Add a Feed and paste the URL from your clipboard.

 

Enhanced Podcasts for iTunes and iPod

Enhanced podcasts for iTunes and iPod contain synchronized slide presentations and bookmarks for each speaker in the session. Synchronized slides can be displayed in an enhanced podcast for iTunes by enabling "Show Artwork" in the "View" menu.

 

FHI - HIV Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment: A Best Practices Symposium
Enhanced Podcast iTunes one-click

 

OR

 

Subscribe to FHI - HIV Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment: A Best Practices Symposium
Enhanced Podcasts
(RSS XML)

 

Subscribe to Enhanced Podcast (RSS XML)

  • Click on the link above and copy the URL of the page to your clipboard.
  • Launch iTunes and select Advanced, Subscribe to Podcast and paste the URL from your clipboard.

 

 

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