19th Annual Conference - Poster Presentations: Diagnosis and Testing (P106 - P124)

P106 Evaluation of third- and fourth-generation point-of-care tests for the detection of HIV
A Khanom1, S Hurday1, M Holmes2, S Chaytor1, A Evans1, A Garcia1, M Johnson1, T Haque1 and D Webster1
1Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK and 2University College London, London, UK

P107 HIV testing in clinical indicator diseases in outpatient settings: offer and uptake rates and impact of educational and active interventions
O Dosekun, S Perera, T Sanghera, M Hayes, A Bexley, S Goubet, J Roberts, N Perry and M Fisher
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, Brighton, UK

P108 HIV-1 co-receptor tropism prediction that uses clinical alongside clonal data can predict the unmasking of X4-tropic virus in patients treated with the CCR5 antagonist maraviroc
M Macartney, C Hyams, E Naylor, N Marshall, M Johnson and D Webster
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK

P109 Opt-out HIV testing in the accident and emergency department 'majors' is effective and acceptable to patients and health care workers
J McSorley, L Harding-Edgar, J Bak, S Murphy and G Brook
Central Middlesex Hospital, London, UK

P110 Opt-out HIV testing within intensive care in a large urban hospital: an innovative testing initiative
S Tariq1, R Bath1, S Tillett1, A Nori2, J Saunders1, G Mandersloot1 and C Orkin1
1Barts Health NHS Trust, London, UK and 2St George's University of London, London, UK

P111 Attitudes toward universal human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing amongst healthcare professionals in NHS Lothian
N Bulteel and D Wilks
Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UK

P112 Comparison of western blot and avidity testing for determination of recent HIV-1 infection
G McAllister1, S Shepherd2, J Shepherd1, L Renwick1, S Hutchinson3, D Goldberg3, R Gunson2, C Aitken2 and K Templeton1
1East of Scotland Specialist Virology Centre, Edinburgh, UK, 2West of Scotland Specialist Virology Centre, Glasgow, UK and 3Health Protection Scotland, Glasgow, UK

P113 Project 'Test the Hospital'
E Williams, R Bath, N Vaidh, S Tillett, G Mandersloot, N Poole, J Saunders, S Tariq, T Oliver, S Pereira, A Nori and C Orkin
Royal London Hospital, London, UK

P114 Diagnose the undiagnosed – are we doing enough to reduce the prevalence of HIV?
J Leighton, D Tiong and V Lee
Central Manchester University Hospitals NSH Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK

P115 Too little, too late: Late diagnosis of HIV and the role of improved testing strategies
A Stockdale and C MacIntosh
Regional Infectious Disease Unit, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh, UK

P116 A retrospective analysis of new HIV-1 diagnoses at a tertiary referral centre between 2004 and 2012
A Molloy1, D Mabayoje1, CJ Smith2, C Booth1, AL McCormick1, MA Johnson1 and DP Webster1
1Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK and 2University College London, London, UK

P117 HIV testing in the acute medical setting: turning a blind eye to early diagnoses?
M Macleod, M Brown, A Holmes and E Ong
Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

P118 National HIV Testing Week: An intervention for raising awareness and encouraging HIV testing
L Power and B McClelland
Terrence Higgins Trust, London, UK

P119 Audit of the impact of an HIV testing protocol for acute neurology admissions to a tertiary centre
D Sokhi, C Oxenham, D Blackburn, N Gupta and S Price
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield, UK

P120 Sexual history documentation and universal opt-out HIV testing in a regional infectious diseases unit
F Wallace and J Webster
Regional Infectious Diseases Unit, Edinburgh, UK

P121 A six-year (2007–2012) audit of newly diagnosed HIV late presenters in Newcastle
A Wilkinson1, A Radford1, P Falkous1, PY Tan1, K Golds1, I Bittiner1, N Sankar2, N Premchand3 and E Ong3
1University of Newcastle Medical School, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 2Department of Genitourinary Medicine, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK and 3Department of Infection & Tropical Medicine, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

P122 Training resource designed to increase frequency of HIV testing in non-GUM settings displays promising outcomes
C Howland1 and W Majewska2
1Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Uxbridge, UK and 2St George's Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK

P123 HIV testing in medical patients: why are we failing to meet guidelines?
C Alston1, D Moffatt1, A Asherson1, N Powell1 and N Narouz2
1Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust, Redhill, UK and 2Sexual and Reproductive, Crawley, UK

P124 Assessing HIV testing in the acute medical unit: a survey of practice and doctors' awareness of HIV testing guidelines in an area of low HIV prevalence
R Rachman and J Ehmann
Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, UK