22nd Annual Conference of BHIVA Presentations - Wednesday 20 April 2016

Download Final Programme Date: 19 - 22 April 2016

Venue: Manchester Central, UK


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

BHIVA Plenary Session 1

Dr Nikhil Premchand Financing the NHS and what it means for HIV
Dr Nikhil Premchand, Northumbria NHS Trust

Dr David Asboe Where we are right now: Commissioning HCV treatment and PrEP
Dr David Asboe, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Dr Andy Ustianowski Where we are right now: Commissioning HCV treatment and PrEP
Dr Andy Ustianowski, North Manchester General Hospital

Panel Discussion Panel Discussion

BHIVA Review Session

Dr Iain Reeves Translating recent research into clinical practice
Dr Iain Reeves, Homerton University Hospital, London

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 1 - Difficult pharmacology case presentations

Polypharmacy & polypathology
Dr Alessia Dalla Pria, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

A little bit of luck goes a long way
Dr Sally Jewsbury, Central Manchester NHS Foundation Trust

Past-pointing at the diagnosis
Dr Mimie Chirwa, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 2 - UK-CAB Community Workshop: What does HIV-positive mean in an age of virus undetectability

Ms Fabiola Bayavuge
Black Health Agency (BHA)

Mr Robert James

Dr Iain Reeves
Homerton University Hospital, London

Dr Lisa Thorley
UK Community Advisory Board

BHIVA Invited Lecture 1

Dr Claire Thorne HIV in Eastern Europe
Dr Claire Thorne, UCL Institute of Child Health, London

Oral Research Presentations: Session 1 - HIV care and service development

Miss Sara Croxford Abstract O1: Non-AIDS mortality among people diagnosed with HIV in the era of highly-active antiretroviral therapy compared to the general population: England and Wales, 1997–2012
Miss Sara Croxford, Public Health England

Dr Valerie Delpech Abstract O2: Quality of HIV care in the United Kingdom is excellent and improving: over 80% of diagnosed patients are virologically suppressed
Dr Valerie Delpech, Public Health England

Miss Michelle Croston Abstract O3: A national nurse-led audit of the standards for psychological support for adults living with HIV
Miss Michelle Croston, North Manchester General Hospital

Dr Mimie Chirwa Abstract O4: Managing the menopause in women living with HIV: a survey of general practitioners and practice nurses
Dr Mimie Chirwa, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Mr Robin Jakob Abstract O5: HIV treatment information and advocacy 2014/15: continued demand for community support services
Mr Robin Jakob, HIV i-Base

Dr John Forni Abstract O6: HIV stigma and discrimination in primary care
Dr John Forni, ViiV Healthcare UK Ltd

BHIVA Plenary Session 2

Dr Valentina Cambiano Cost-effectiveness of ART as prevention
Dr Valentina Cambiano, University College London

Dr Chloe Orkin Testing strategies for HIV and HCV: similarities and differences?
Dr Chloe Orkin, Barts Health NHS Trust, London

Civic Welcome Reception

Dr Andy Ustianowski Lord Mayor, Councillor Paul Murphy OBE Dr David Asboe Speeches in the exhibition area
Dr Andy Ustianowski (Conference Local Host)
Councillor Paul Murphy OBE (Lord Mayor)
Dr David Asboe (Chair of BHIVA)