19th Annual Conference - Poster Presentations: Epidemiology and Surveillance (P125 - P134)

P125 Factors associated with uptake of key interventions in the PopART/HPTN 071 trial – a description of trial design and nested research
K Sabapathy1, S Fidler2 and R Hayes1
1London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK and 2Imperial College London, London, UK

P126 Community viral load and HIV new diagnoses in a UK regional centre
R Thomson-Glover, M Lawton, M Hopkins and A Chawla
Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool, UK

P127 Evaluation of an HIV risk score within an outpatient sexual health clinic
C Jones1, K Kuldanek1, P Vickerman2, A Smith3, J Fox4, L Platt2 and S Fidler2
1Imperial College London, London, UK, 2London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK, 3Gilead, Cambridge, UK and 4Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, London, UK

P128 Predictors for high viraemia among a treatment-naïve national HIV cohort in the United Kingdom
A Brown, A Aghaizu, G Murphy and V Delpech
Health Protection Agency, London, UK

P129 HIV and risk behaviours among people who inject drugs in the UK: 30 years on
S Croxford, V Hope, Z Yin, K Cullen, F Ncube and V Delpech
Health Protection Agency, London, UK

P130 High recent HIV infection rates in men who have sex with men – 2012 RITA data from a UK city centre GUM clinic
M Portman1, C Dufton2, A Hale1 and S Schoeman1
1Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, West Yorkshire, UK and 2Calderdale and Hudders´Čüeld NHS Trust, West Yorkshire, UK

P131 HIV-2 in the United Kingdom – the North-East London cohort
W Elamin1, D Bibby1, D Clark1, J Anderson2 and J Deayton3
1Barts Health NHS Trust, London, UK, 2Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK and 3Barts and the London School of Medicine, Queen Mary University, London, UK

P132 Inpatient admissions at a tertiary London centre: a recent update
V Tittle and M Nelson
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK

P133 Strategies to guide HIV prevention approaches: Correlation of sexually transmitted infections and sexual behaviour with risk of HIV infection
C Jones1, K Kuldanek1, K Phekoo2, L Greene3, A Smith4, L Platt5 and S Fidler1
1Imperial College London, London, UK, 2NIHR CLAHRC for North West London, London, UK, 3Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK, 4Gilead Sciences, Cambridge, UK and 5London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK

P134 High AIDS-related mortality rates in a low HIV prevalence area of the UK
S Bassi1, M Bland1 and F Martin2
1University of York, York, UK and 2York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, York, UK