Evolving Models of HIV Care for the 21st Century - Presentations

An update on clinical networks and multi-professional aspects of care

BHIVA multidisciplinary event to mark World AIDS Day 2014

Date: Thursday 27 November 2014

Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London

Session One: Networks and delivery of excellent care

Improving patient outcomes and optimising research
Dr Charlotte Hopkins, UCL Partners, London

The Children’s HIV National Network (CHINN)
Dr Fiona Thompson, Northampton General Hospital

Models of Networked HIV Care: a review of the MONHICA meetings
Ms Vikki Pearce, MONHICA Project Lead
Ms Breda Flaherty, MONHICA Project Lead

Local networks in practice

Dr Christine Bowman, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield

South West London
Professor Derek Macallan, St George’s, University of London

Dr Sarah Allstaff, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee

The national commissioning perspective
Ms Claire Foreman, NHS England


Session Two: Multi-professional aspects of care

How to influence policy
Professor Jane Anderson, Homerton University Hospital, London

Multi-professional working in practice

Case Study One - Primary care and secondary care: bridging the gap
Ms Jill Swan, HIV Pharmacy Association (HIVPA)
Mr Shaun Watson, National HIV Nurses Association (NHIVNA)

Case Study Two - Transitioning young adults and peer support
Ms Katrina Humphreys, Royal South Hants Hospital, Southampton

Case Study Three - Complex issues of the late presenter
Dr Alexander Margetts, British Psychological Society (BPS)
Esther McDonnell, Rehabilitation in HIV Association (RHIVA)

Patient-centred models of care and peer-delivered support services
Mr Garry Brough, UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB)

Launch of the Federation of HIV Associations (FHIVA)
Dr David Asboe, British HIV Association (BHIVA)
Ms Sharon Byrne, HIV Pharmacy Association (HIVPA)