BHIVA Autumn Conference Presentations - Friday 15th November 2013

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Click here to view presentations from the 6th Annual BHIVA Conference for the Management of HIV/Hepatitis Co-infection in collaboration with BASL and BVHG.

BHIVA Breakfast Workshop
Patient-reported measures of care quality: what do clinicians and patients think?

Scene-setting: what do we know about quality of life/patient-reported outcomes in people with HIV?
Dr Jonathan Koffman, King's College London

Patient/community perspective
Mr Mark Platt, UK-Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB)

About the BHIVA project: seeking your views and input
Dr Hilary Curtis, BHIVA PROMs/PREMs Project Co-ordinator

BHIVA Plenary Session 2

Frailty and HIV: what is the evidence?
Dr Giovanni Guaraldi, University of Modena, Italy

HIV-positive healthcare workers
Dr Keith Radcliffe, Whittall Street Clinic, Birmingham

Brian Gazzard Lectureship in HIV Medicine

Understanding patient beliefs and improving adherence
Professor Rob Horne, University of London

CHIVA Plenary Lecture

The science of transmission of HIV via breastmilk
Professor Philippe van de Perre, Arnaud de Villeneuve Hospital, Montpellier, France

BHIVA Best Practice Management

Peripheral neuropathy
Professor Andrew Rice, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

HIV-associated chronic obstructive airways disease
Professor Rob Miller, University College London Medical School

Endocrine disorders
Dr John Quin and Dr Debbie Williams, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton


The unique trials of George Gwaze: A story of HIV, stigma, alleged murder, strange justice, New Zealand – and earthquakes!
Professor Sebastian Lucas, St Thomas' Hospital, London

BHIVA Plenary Session 3

Cohorts; past, present and future
Professor Jens Lundgren, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Dr Giovanni Guaraldi, University of Modena, Italy

BHIVA is grateful for the educational funding in support of this session from Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

BHIVA Invited Lecture 3

New antiretroviral drugs and strategies
Professor Saye Khoo, University of Liverpool

Close by the Chair of the British HIV Association

Dr David Asboe, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London