Third Joint Conference of BHIVA with BASHH Presentations - Wednesday 2nd April 2014

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BHIVA / BASHH Review Session

Translating recent research into clinical practice
Dr John White, Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London

Translating recent research into clinical practice
Dr Laura Waters, University College London Medical School

BHIVA / BASHH Lunchtime Workshop 1 - Clinico-pathological SpR Case Presentations

An unusual cause of cystitis in an HIV-positive patient
Dr Jemy Thomas, Countess of Chester Hospital

Co-existing pathologies and anaemia in an HIV-infected returning traveller
Dr Dimitra Peppa, Mortimer Market Centre, London

The Clone Wars
Dr Jake Bayley, King's College Hospital, London

BHIVA / BASHH Lunchtime Workshop 2

Simplifying Antiretroviral Therapy (ART)
Dr Alastair Miller, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

BHIVA / BASHH Lunchtime Skills Workshop 3

HIV in later life: impact on mental health
Dr Ravneet Batra, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh

Dr Dana Rosenfeld, Keele University, Newcastle-under-Lyme

Oral Research Presentations: Session 1 - Antiretroviral therapy and its complications

Abstract O1: The Protease Inhibitor Versus Ongoing Triple-therapy (PIVOT) trial
Professor Nicholas Paton, MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL, London

Abstract O2: Attachment inhibitor prodrug BMS-663068 in antiretroviral-experienced subjects: Week 24 analysis
Dr Max Lataillade, Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceuticals

Abstract O3: How would health care professionals (HCP) who care for HIV patients treat themselves or a family member if they were HIV+?
Dr Laura Waters, Mortimer Market Centre, London

Abstract O4: Multicenter open-label study of switching from Atripla to Eviplera for CNS toxicity
Miss Jane Rowlands, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Abstract O5: Variation in mode of delivery for HIV-positive women in UK & Irish hospitals, 2008-2013
Miss Helen Peters, University College London Institute of Child Health

Abstract O6: The clinical utility of therapeutic drug level monitoring of Atazanavir and Darunavir in pregnancy
Dr Margaret Kingston, Manchester Royal Infirmary

Abstract O7: Recommendation for the off-licence use of maraviroc in children with perinatally acquired HIV-1 infection by a regional paediatric virtual clinic
Dr Caroline Foster, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Abstract O8: Temporal trends in cART initiation amongst HIV seroconverters in the UK
Mrs Victoria Parsons, University College London

Abstract O9: HIV and health-related quality-of-life in the UK - where are we now?
Dr Alec Miners, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

BHIVA / BASHH Plenary Session 1: Clinical topics

Cardiovascular disease: risk assessment, risk reduction
Dr James Coutts, St Thomas' Hospital, London

Management of sustained low level viraemia
Professor Anna Maria Geretti, Institute of Infection & Global Health, University of Liverpool

Enteric infections in men who have sex with men
Professor Brian Gazzard, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London