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BHIVA Autumn Conference 2018 - Presentations

Date: 4 - 5 October 2018

Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London

Thursday 4 October 2018

Welcome Address by the Chair of the British HIV Association

Professor Chloe Orkin
Barts Health NHS Trust, London

BHIVA Audit Session

Over 50s monitoring audit
Dr Nadia Ekong, Leeds General Infirmary

Late diagnosis review process
Dr David Chadwick, James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough

BHIVA Guidelines Session

BHIVA/BASHH guidelines on the use of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)
Professor Alison Rodger, Royal Free and University College Medical School, London

BHIVA guidelines for the management of tuberculosis in adults living with HIV 2018
Dr Margherita Bracchi, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

BHIVA Foundation Lecture

Vaginal microbiome
Professor Janneke van de Wijgert, University of Liverpool

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop: Clinico-pathological case presentation workshop

If the problem is more than just skin deep, don’t make a rash decision
Dr Laurence Dufaur, Barts Health NHS Trust, London

No body expects the Spanish Inquisition
Dr Tamara Elliott, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

BHIVA Plenary Session: HIV and the lung

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, interstitial lung disease and cancer
Dr Marc Lipman, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Challenges faced when diagnosing, treating and eliminating TB
Dr Alberto Garcia-Basteiro, Manhiça Health Research Centre (CISM), Mozambique and Barcelona Institute for Global Health, Spain

BHIVA/UKCAB Community Symposium - What is the future of local clinical and community HIV services?

Ms Juliet Reid
Centre for All Families Positive Health

Mr George Valiotis
HIV Scotland

Ms Ceri Dunstan
Terrence Higgins Trust

BHIVA Invited Lecture 1 - UK Civil Aviation Authority guidance on aeromedical certification for HIV-positive applicants

Dr Duncan Churchill
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Ewan Hutchison
UK Civil Aviation Authority

Mr Anthony Smith
Pilot

BHIVA Invited Lecture 2

Addressing issues of parenthood and reproductive health with gay and bisexual men as part of HIV care: findings from the MAIL study
Dr Robert Pralat, University of Cambridge

Surrogacy challenges for people with HIV: the legal and regulatory aspects of surrogacy and sperm/egg donation
Ms Natalie Gamble, Natalie Gamble Associates

CHIVA Performance

Life Growing Up
This is spoken word/storytelling performance created with young people who have grown up living with HIV, through participation in the arts engagement programme delivered by CHIVA (UK).


Friday 5 October 2018

SWIFT: caring for women living with HIV – models, standards and guidelines in 2018

Dr Yvonne Gilleece and Dr Kate Nambiar
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

BHIVA Best Practice Management Session: 'I keep forgetting things': what to ask, when to worry, what to send and who to refer to

Dementia diagnosis and classification, when to lumbar puncture and what to send
Dr Paul Holmes, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

CSF escape: the consensus, definition and management approaches
Professor Alan Winston, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Psychological management: practical approaches to intervention and support
Dr Shimu Khamlichi, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Panel discussion

BHIVA Awards Ceremony

CHIVA Plenary Lecture

HIV/hepatitis co-infection and prevention of mother-to-child transmission
Dr Claire Thorne, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

BHIVA Gazzard Lectureship in HIV Medicine

How HIV alters macrophage responses to bacteria and other diseases
Professor David Dockrell, University of Edinburgh

BHIVA Annual General Meeting

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop - HIV and disability: a clinical update

Mr Darren Brown
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Mr Colin Corbett
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Professor Richard Harding
King's College London

Dr Kelly O'Brien
University of Toronto, Canada

BHIVA Invited Lecture 3

Dispelling the myths around HIV and ageing and changing the causes of mortality
Professor Caroline Sabin, University College London

BHIVA Invited Lecture 4

The gut microbiome
Dr Caroline Le Roy, Kings College London

BHIVA Clinical and Ethical Conundrums Session

Bone marrow transplants
Dr Ian Gabriel, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Novel drug interactions
Professor Saye Khoo, University of Liverpool

Close by the Chair of the British HIV Association

Professor Chloe Orkin
Barts Health NHS Trust, London