21st Annual Conference of BHIVA Presentations - Wednesday 22 April 2015

Download Final Programme Date: 21 - 24 April 2015

Venue: The Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK

Presentations

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Dr David Asboe Welcome Address by the Chair of the British HIV Association
Dr David Asboe, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

BHIVA Invited Lecture 1

Dr Andrew Hill Generics: the facts
Dr Andrew Hill, University of Liverpool

BHIVA Invited Lecture 2

Dr Laura Waters Five general medicine facts
Dr Laura Waters, Mortimer Market Centre, London

BHIVA Review Session

Dr Julie Fox Translating recent research into clinical practice
Dr Julie Fox, St Thomas' Hospital, London

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 1 - Clinico-Pathological Case Presentations

Something old or something new?
Dr Ruaridh Buchanan, Royal Free Hospital, London

Is diarrhoea always due to protease inhibitors?
Dr Sian Warren, Cardiff Royal Infirmary

An unusual diagnostic tool
Dr Stuart Flanagan, Barts Health NHS Trust, London

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 2 - Psychological issues in people living with HIV

Dr Stuart Gibson
Barts Health NHS Trust, London

Dr Alexander Margetts
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

MRC Clinical Trials Unit Session

Professor Sheena McCormack PROUD and self-testing: research for policy
Professor Sheena McCormack, MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL, London

Oral Research Presentations: Session 1 - HIV Testing and Service Delivery

Dr Michael Rayment Abstract O1: The effectiveness of indicator disease-based HIV testing across Europe – results from a prospective multi-centre study
Dr Michael Rayment, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London

Professor Caroline Sabin Abstract O2: Investigating associations between a new measure of engagement in-care and clinical outcomes in the UK Collaborative HIV Cohort (UK CHIC) study
Professor Caroline Sabin, University College London

Miss Marina Daskalopoulou Abstract O3: Non-disclosure of HIV serostatus and associations with psychological factors, ART nonadherence, and viral load non-suppression among people living with HIV in the UK
Miss Marina Daskalopoulou, University College London

Mr Simon Collins Abstract O4: Patient information leaflets (PILs) currently require graduate-level reading skills equivalent to The Guardian or The Telegraph
Mr Simon Collins, HIV i-Base

Ms Meaghan Kall Abstract O5: Patient experience within NHS HIV specialist services: Results from the Positive Voices pilot survey
Ms Meaghan Kall, Public Health England

Dr Alan Winston Abstract O6: Healthcare utilisation and non-antiretroviral medication use in people living with HIV over and under 50 years of age compared to matched controls: the Pharmacokinetics and Clinical Observations in People over Fifty (POPPY) Study
Dr Alan Winston, Imperial College London

BHIVA Plenary Session 1: HIV transmission and prevention

Professor Andrew Phillips MSM in the UK: prevention effects of ART in perspective
Professor Andrew Phillips, University College London

Dr Valerie Delpech HIV transmission in the UK within Black African communities: how common is it and how do we prevent it?
Dr Valerie Delpech, Public Health England

Welcome Reception

Dr David Asboe Caroline Lucas Speeches in Auditorium 1
Dr David Asboe, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Caroline Lucas, Green Party