21st Annual Conference of BHIVA Presentations - Friday 24 April 2015

Download Final Programme Date: 21 - 24 April 2015

Venue: The Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK


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BHIVA Invited Lecture 3

Dr Jake Dunning Ebola
Dr Jake Dunning, University of Oxford

BHIVA Invited Lecture 4

Dr Suneeta Soni The latest in STI diagnostics
Dr Suneeta Soni, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Oral Research Presentations: Session 4 - Children and pregnancy

Dr Ali Judd Abstract O25: Neurocognitive function in perinatally HIV-infected young people and HIV-negative siblings in England
Dr Ali Judd, MRC Clinical Trials Unit at University College London

Miss Amie Patel Abstract O26: To determine the prevalence of HIV seroreversion across 5 collaborating paediatric HIV centres in the UK
Miss Amie Patel, Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Dr Laura Byrne Abstract O27: Antiretroviral drug resistance in pregnant women living with HIV in England & Wales: Preliminary results from the matching of three national HIV surveillance databases
Dr Laura Byrne, UCL Institute of Child Health

Dr Steven Welch Abstract O28: Teachers' awareness of HIV and the needs of children affected by HIV
Dr Steven Welch, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital

Dr Aseel Hegazi Abstract O29: Genital tract infections in HIV-infected pregnant women in south west London
Dr Aseel Hegazi, St George's University Hospital, London

Dr Intira Jeannie Collins Abstract O30: Kids to adults: Tracking perinatally infected youth as they transition to adult care – the UK experience
Dr Intira Jeannie Collins, MRC Clinical Trials Unit at University College London

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 5 - Pregnancy and breastfeeding case presentations

It ain't gonna be easy
Dr Nurul Fadzillah, Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Trust

Elite control in pregnancy
Dr Alex Stockdale, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

Pharmacology never lies - what to do when nothing adds up!
Ms Chinyere Okoli, North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, London

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 6 - Clinical research: How to get involved and effective use of the Clinical Research Network

Dr David Chadwick
James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough

Dr Ann Sullivan
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

FHIVA Lunchtime Workshop - Role of the MDT in maintaining partner engagement with clinics after transition from paediatric to adult services

Dr Caroline Foster
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Dr Sarah Fidler
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Sara Ayres
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

BHIVA Invited Lecture 5

Dr Asa Radix HIV and vulnerable populations: transgender medicine
Dr Asa Radix, Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, New York, USA

BHIVA Plenary Session 4: HIV and death

What can we learn from looking at HIV-related deaths in the cART era?

How is death in HIV-positive patients currently managed?

How can we better obtain post mortem tissue diagnoses in critical cases?

Miss Veronica Hamilton-Deeley Miss Veronica Hamilton-Deeley
HM Coroner for Brighton & Hove

Professor Sebastian Lucas Professor Sebastian Lucas
King’s College London

Professor Rob Miller Professor Rob Miller
University College London Medical School

Dr Christopher Wood Dr Christopher Wood
North Middlesex University Hospital, London


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