BHIVA Autumn Conference Presentations - Friday 10th October 2014

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Brian Gazzard Lectureship in HIV Medicine

Watch the video Phylogenetics and transmission networks
Professor Andrew Leigh Brown, University of Edinburgh

CHIVA Plenary Lecture

Watch the video HIV persistence and paediatric HIV cure: where do we go after the Mississippi baby?
Dr Jintanat Ananworanich, US Military HIV Research Program in Bethesda, Maryland, USA

BHIVA Best Practice Management Session

Watch the video Managing neuro-cognitive impairment (NCI) in the clinic
Dr Alan Winston, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Watch the videoSuccess of cervical cancer screening, and lessons for anal screening
Professor Henry Kitchener, University of Manchester

Watch the video Managing hepatitis B and HIV
Dr Andrew Ustianowski, North Manchester General Hospital

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 2 - Clinico-pathological case presentations

Radiology for differential diagnosis, histology for definite diagnosis
Dr Sarah Stockwell, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

A case of PCP gone wrong?
Dr Manuel Fenech, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

A problematic gut case

BHIVA Plenary Session 4 - Tuberculosis (TB) and HIV

Watch the video Screening and latent TB
Dr Marc Lipman, Royal Free Hospital, London

Watch the video Development and delivery of new drugs
Dr Gerry Davies, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

BHIVA Interactive Clinical Conundrums: PrEP and PEPSE

A real life PEP dilemma: to continue or stop ART?
Dr Goli Haidari, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

PEPSE, parties and problems
Dr Sonia Raffe, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

PrEP vs PEP: HIV Prevention in high-risk MSM
Dr Sarah Cavilla, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Close by the Chair of the British HIV Association

Dr David Asboe, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London