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BHIVA Autumn Conference 2019 - Presentations

Date: 3 - 4 October 2019

Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London

Thursday 3 October 2019

Welcome Address by Chair of BHIVA

Professor Chloe Orkin
Barts Health NHS Trust, London

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BHIVA Plenary Session 1: Advocacy in HIV

Living with HIV in the public eye, life before and after
Mr Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP, House of Commons, London

Decolonising contraception
Ms Annabel Sowemimo, Decolonising Contraception, London

Trans advocacy in healthcare
Mr Aedan Wolton, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London

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BHIVA invited lecture

Vasculitis
Dr Taryn Youngstein, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

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BHIVA future conference events

The future – an interactive session
Dr Claire Dewsnap, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop: Clinico-pathological case presentations

Why can’t I have intra-vesical BCG? A case of recurrent transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder in HIV positive patient
Dr Fionnuala Finnerty, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton

A shocking decline
Dr Kiersten Simmons, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton

Cryptic diagnosis: a case report
Dr Maya Tickell-Painter & Dr Clare van Halsema, North Manchester General Hospital

UK CAB Community Session: With increasing UK signatories to the Fast Track Cities Initiative, how can smaller urban and rural communities also achieve zero HIV-related stigma, infections and deaths by 2030?

Andrew Evans
The Eddystone Trust, Plymouth

Ms Anne Glew
The Brunswick Centre, Huddersfield

Professor Matthew Phillips
University of Central Lancashire, Preston

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BHIVA Plenary Session 2

Social media - successes and pitfalls
Dr Rageshri Dhairyawan, Barts HealthNHS Trust, London and Dr Erica Pool, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

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BHIVA Plenary Session 3: Liver and diabetes

HCC liver surveillance – who to screen, how often and can we risk stratify?
Dr Terry Wong, Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, London

Diabetes update: diagnosis, prevention & management
Dr Ali Chakera, Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

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Friday 4 October 2019

BHIVA Audit & Guidelines session

Audit Update: national audit on management pathways for new diagnoses
Dr Ergul Kaide, North West Deanery, Manchester

Audit Update: update on mortality and late diagnosis review process
Dr Ann Sullivan, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London

Guidelines Update: opportunistic infections guidelines update
Professor David Dockrell, University of Edinburgh

Guidelines Update: ART guidelines update interim update on dual therapy
Dr Laura Waters, Central & North West London NHS Foundation Trust

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BHIVA Plenary Session 4: Women with HIV and reproductive choice

Living with HIV
Podcast by Lucy Wanjiku Njenga, Positive Young Women Voices, Kenya

ART choice in the era of integrase inhibitors
Professor Cristina Mussini, UNIMORE, Modena, Italy

The European view on HIV in women – a German perspective
Dr Annette Haberl, HIV Centre, University Hospital Frankfurt, Germany

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Lunchtime Workshop: The future of the speciality meeting

The future of HIV care: the trainee, nurse and patient perspectives
Dr Hannah Church, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust

The future of HIV care: the trainee, nurse and patient perspectives
Mrs Sheila Morris, NHS Lothian, Edinburgh

The future of HIV care: the trainee, nurse and patient perspectives
Mr Garry Brough, Positively UK, London

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Conference Roundup and Best Practice

Conference round-up 2019
Professor Mark Nelson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London

Protecting patients from respiratory infections: pneumococcus and influenza vaccination
Professor Anna Maria Geretti, University of Liverpool

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