Date: 2 - 5 April 2019
Venue: Bournemouth International Centre, UK
The 25th Annual Conference of the British HIV Association (BHIVA) will be held in the spring of 2019 at the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), Bournemouth, UK.
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Delegates who wish to present abstracts at conference must register within two weeks of hearing whether their abstract has been selected for presentation. The deadline for abstract submission is 18 January 2019. Abstract presenters will be informed whether their submissions have been successful during the week commencing 11 February 2019.
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A cherished tradition of the conference is a session of Clinico-Pathological Case presentations by specialty trainee registrars. This is a popular session and provides a forum for registrars to present in front of the UK HIV medicine community.
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Places are limited and will be restricted to 80 delegates per workshop. Places will be available onsite, on a first-come, first-served basis, at the door of the lunchtime workshop. Doors will open 15 minutes prior to the start of each workshop. Each workshop will begin promptly at the time indicated in the programme.
BHIVA Invited Lectures can be supported by means of a bursary grant, kindly donated by sponsors. In the organisation of these sessions, all correspondence and liaison with the speakers invited to participate in these sessions has been administered by BHIVA and speakers are under no obligation to the sponsoring company. Donated bursaries go towards supporting the honorarium, travel and accommodation of speakers. The slots are educational in content and form part of the BHIVA plenary programme, and thus qualify for CPD accreditation.
There are two social events: a Civic Welcome Reception (Wednesday) to be held at the Bournemouth International Centre, and a Gala Dinner (Thursday) which will be held at the Royal Pavilion. A contribution of £40 will be required if you wish to attend the Gala Dinner – to try to ensure a full turnout, and that funds are not wasted.
Please indicate on the registration form if you wish to attend any of these social events. If later you find you cannot attend, please let the Conference Organisers know at your earliest convenience. If written notice is received by 1 March 2019, 75% of your payment will be returned.
A number of scholarships and awards are available at this conference. More information will be available on this website shortly.
Medical staff in career grade posts who are enrolled with one of the Royal Medical Colleges for Continuing Professional Development will be entitled to receive CPD credits at the rate of one CPD credit per conference hour (exclusive of travel, refreshments, social events and satellite symposia). The conference will be allocated a maximum of 6 CPD credits per conference day.
The exhibition represents an essential and integral element of the conference, providing participants with an excellent platform for networking as well as an opportunity to gain further insight into cutting-edge technology, latest healthcare solutions and services within the field of HIV and GU medicine. Entrance to the exhibition hall is free for all registered delegates.
The registration fee does not include accommodation. It is very important to book accommodation early as rates will increase significantly nearer the time of conference. Click here for more information and to book accommodation online.
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