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Findings from Audit Projects

All of the presentations in the list below are in .PPT (PowerPoint) format unless stated otherwise.

Additional Presentation

A presentation was given by Prof Sebastian Lucas at the BHIVA autumn conference on 13 October 2006, combining a 25 years on review of HIV mortality with results of BHIVA's audit of 2004-5 deaths among adults with HIV.  Please note that this presentation is 27 Mb in size as it includes histopathology images, so may take a long time to download in full.  Please click here if you wish to open this presentation.

A much smaller presentation of the audit results only (460 kB) is listed above and can be downloaded by clicking here.

Annual Reports

Articles in peer-reviewed journals resulting from the BHIVA National Clinical Audit programme

Are migrant patients really a drain on European health systems? (letter)
Delpech VC, Curtis H, Brown AE, Ong E, Hughes G, Gill ON
BMJ 2013; 347:f6444

The British HIV Association national audit on the management of subjects co-infected with HIV and hepatitis B/C.
Garvey L, Curtis H, Brook G for BHIVA Audit and Standards Sub-Committee
Int J STD AIDS 2011;22:173–6
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British HIV Association national audit on the management of patients co-infected with tuberculosis and HIV.
Backx M, Curtis H, Freedman A, Johnson M; BHIVA and BHIVA Clinical Audit Sub-Committee
Clin Med 2011;11(3):222–6
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A national audit evaluating the management of TB in HIV co-infected patients.
Backx M, Curtis H, Freedman A, Johnson M; BHIVA and BHIVA Clinical Audit Sub-Committee
J Infection 2009;59(6):S432
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Assessment of hospitalizations among HIV patients in the UK: a national cross-sectional survey.
Rodger A J, Curtis H, Sabin C, Johnson M; British HIV Association (BHIVA) and BHIVA Audit and Standards Subcommittee.
Int J STD AIDS 2010;21:752-754 doi:10.1258/ijsa.2010.010209
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British HIV Association (BHIVA) national cohort outcomes audit of patients commencing antiretrovirals from naïve.
Street E, Curtis H, Sabin CA, Monteiro EF, Johnson MA; British HIV Association (BHIVA) and BHIVA Audit and Standards Subcommittee.
HIV Medicine 2009;10(6):337-42.
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A national review of assessment and monitoring of HIV-infected patients. 
Lomax N, Curtis H, Johnson MA on behalf of the British HIV Association (BHIVA) and BHIVA Clinical Audit Subcommittee. 
HIV Medicine 2009; 10:125-128. 
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National review of deaths among HIV-infected adults. 
Lucas SB, Curtis H, Johnson MA. 
Clinical Medicine 2008;8:250–2.
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National review of first treatment change after starting highly active antiretroviral therapy in antiretroviral-naïve patients.  Hart E, Curtis H, Wilkins E, Johnson M. On behalf of the BHIVA audit committee.
HIV Medicine 2007; 8:186-91.
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Survey of HIV and hepatitis B or C co-infection management in the UK 2004. 
De Silva S, Brook MG, Curtis H, Johnson M. On behalf of the BHIVA audit committee.
Int J STD AIDS 2006;17:799-801.
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Re-audit of patients initiating antiretroviral therapy.
Curtis H, Johnson MA, Brook G. 
HIV Medicine 2006; 7:486.
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National review of maternity care for women with HIV infection. 
McDonald C, Curtis H, de Ruiter A, Johnson MA, Welch J on behalf of the British HIV Association and the BHIVA audit subcommittee.
HIV Medicine 2006; 7: 275-280.
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Newly diagnosed HIV infections: review in UK and Ireland.
Sullivan AK, Curtis H, Sabin CA, Johnson MA. 
BMJ 2005;330;1301-1302; originally published online 13 May 2005;
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Findings from the British HIV Association’s national clinical audit of first-line antiretroviral therapy and survey of treatment practice and maternity care, 2002.
Brook MG, Curtis H, Johnson MA.
HIV Medicine 2004; 5(6): 415-20.
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Findings from the first national clinical audit of treatment for people with HIV. 
Curtis H, Sabin CA, Johnson MA.
HIV Medicine 4(1); 11-17, 2003.
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