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5th Joint Conference of BHIVA with BASHH - Scholarships and Awards

Date: 19–21 April 2021

Format: Digital

The Margaret Johnson Best Oral Presentation Award

High prevalence of HIV among people who experience homelessness in London: results of an innovative peer-centred outreach bloodborne virus testing service initiated, at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic
Binta Sultan, University College London

BHIVA Martin Fisher Award for Community Based Work

Oral Winner: HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis and Black people in England: Addressing health information inequities through a national campaign
Chamut Abebe Kifetew, Terrence Higgins Trust

Poster Winner: "For me, it is my second pandemic": Experiences of people living with HIV accessing support from Positively UK during COVID-19
Silvia Petretti, Positively UK

BHIVA Chloe Orkin Award for Work in Social Sciences

Oral Winner: "If they ask, I will tell them": Attitudes towards accessing sexual healthcare among heterosexual-identifying MSM in England
Tyrone J. Curtis, University College London

Poster Winner: Qualitative findings from Natsal-COVID: exploring difficulties and distress within established relationships during COVID-19 pandemic
Raqeul Boso Perez, Glasgow University

BHIVA Commended Oral Presentations

Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic measures on HIV consultations in England
Ammi Shah, Public Health England

The prevalence and clustering of menopausal symptoms in women living with HIV
Hajra Okhai, University College London

How to improve PrEP adherence and retention in care: insights and recommendations from the first two years in Scotland
Jennifer MacDonald, Glasgow Caledonian University

Best Oral Presentation Undergraduate Award

Re-viewing the speculum: barriers and facilitators to cervical screening in women-who-have-sex-with-women
Nazia Siddiqui, University College London

Best Poster Undergraduate Award

Managing metabolic issues: evaluation of a short term comparative implementation project introducing a dietician to an HIV service
Helen Yan, University College London Medical School

Best Poster Nurse Award

Blood borne viruses screening (BBVS) for temporarily housed rough sleepers during the Covid-19 pandemic
Abigail Smith-Hatton, Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust

Ian Williams Best Poster Award

Mortality and causes of death among HIV patients in a single centre 2017-2020
Fern Pattinson, Brighton & Sussex Medical School

STI Publishable Work Award

Sustained 97% HIV testing rate in the Emergency Department: the new gold standard
Linda Cheyenne Vaccari, Croydon Health Services NHS Trust