22nd Annual Conference of BHIVA Presentations - Friday 22 April 2016

Download Final Programme Date: 19 - 22 April 2016

Venue: Manchester Central, UK

Presentations

Clinico-pathological Case Presentations

An unusual cause of abdominal swelling in an HIV-positive man
Dr Amy Baggot, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

IL6 be damned!
Dr Charles Williams, St George's Healthcare NHS Trust, London

A difficult case of encephalitis
Dr Alvin Sornum, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Lymphadenopathy, HIV test or FNA first?
Dr Rebecca Thomson-Glover, Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Trust

BHIVA Keynote Lecture

Dr Alison Rodger Dr Michael Brady DIY testing
Dr Alison Rodger, University College London and Dr Michael Brady, King's College Hospital, London

Oral Research Presentations: Session 4 - Antiretroviral therapy

Dr John Thornhill Abstract O25: Impact of timing of ART on HIV DNA; findings from HEATHER, an observational cohort study
Dr John Thornhill, Imperial College London

Professor David Dunn Abstract O26: Factors associated with virological rebound in patients receiving protease inhibitor monotherapy in the PIVOT trial
Professor David Dunn, MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL

Mr Neal Marshall Abstract O27: Impact of regional ARV prescribing guidance on choice of first-line therapy
Mr Neal Marshall, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Farnaz Dave Abstract O28: Cost impact of an HIV MDT for managing anti-retroviral switch
Dr Farnaz Dave, North Manchester General Hospital

Mr Asim Ali Abstract O29: Reducing prescribing errors in a large HIV outpatient clinic using feedback strategies to improve prescribers’ awareness of their prescribing behaviour
Mr Asim Ali, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London

Dr Joseph Lewis Abstract O30: Real-world persistence with antiretroviral therapy for HIV in the United Kingdom: a multicentre retrospective cohort study
Dr Joseph Lewis, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 5 - Pregnancy and breastfeeding case presentations

HIV-2: what to do?
Dr Adam Croucher, Homerton University Hospital, London

Always best to double check!
Dr Elizabeth Williams, Barts Health NHS Trust, London

Livering on the edge
Dr Adele Wolujewicz, Liverpool Centre for Sexual Health

FHIVA Lunchtime Workshop

Managing HIV in people with cognitive deficit
Ms Michelle Croston, Manchester Metropolitan University
Dr Alexander Margetts, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Ms Esther McDonnell, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London
Mr Shaun Watson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

BHIVA Invited Lecture 3

Dr Turner Overton New approaches to limit immune activation
Dr Turner Overton, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

This educational lecture is funded by an independent educational grant from ViiV Healthcare. ViiV Healthcare does not have any involvement in speaker selection or content of this lecture.

BHIVA Plenary Session 4

Professor Mark Nelson Role of nucleoside-sparing approaches
Professor Mark Nelson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Dr Duncan Churchill Emerging toxicities of antiretroviral therapy
Dr Duncan Churchill, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton

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