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BHIVA Autumn Virtual Conference 2020 - Presentations

Sunday 22nd November 2020

Welcome and Introduction by Chair of BHIVA

Dr Laura Waters
Mortimer Market Centre, London

BHIVA Standards of Care - patient version

Mr Ben Cromarty
Yorkshire Mesmac; UK-CAB; MRC CTU at UCL PPI Group, Northallerton

HIV-2 Guidelines

Dr Iain Reeves
Homerton Hospital, London

Dr Clare van Halsema
North Manchester General Hospital

BHIVA Autumn is the new Spring Conference

BHIVA Invited Lecture: Lest we forget

The early days
Dr Edmund Wilkins, Medical Action Myanmar, Manchester

Early community involvement
Mr Simon Collins, HIV i-base, London

Clinico-pathological Case Presentations

Case 1: The diagnostic challenge of a non-healing ulcer
Dr Julia Bilinska, Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, London

Case 2: A one of a kind opportunity
Dr Gavin Connolly, Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, Manchester

Case 3: A multicentre mystery
Dr Mia Oliveira, King’s College Hospital, London

Oral Research Presentations: Session 1 (1–9)

O1 Antiretroviral treatment uptake and outcomes in heterosexual people living with HIV in the United Kingdom according to ethnic group
Rageshri Dhairyawan, Barts Health NHS Trust

O2 The impact of pregnancy on engagement of care (EIC) of women living with HIV in the UK CHIC Study
Hajra Okhai, Institute for Global Health, University College London

O3 Breastfeeding and women with HIV living in the UK; BHIVA guidelines and real world experience
Judith Russell, L+G NHS Trust

O4 Follow-up status of HIV exposed infants in the UK 2012-2019
Kate Francis, Integrated Screening Outcomes Surveillance Service, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

O5 Does the menopause have an impact on virological outcomes and engagement in care (EIC) in UK CHIC participants?
Hajra Okhai, Institute for Global Health, University College London

O6 Measuring health care HIV knowledge within our NHS Trust
Moses Shongwe, Barts Health NHS Trust

O7 Digital health solutions in HIV: supporting a reduced visit pathway of care for people living with medically stable HIV in a UK centre
Jenny Whetham, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

O8 POSITIVE OUTCOMES: properties of a novel brief tool to measure and improve person-centred outcomes in routine HIV care
Richard Harding, King's College London

O9 Increasing access to peer-support for people living with HIV in the UK: An evaluation of ‘Project 100’
Garry Brough, Positively UK

Jonathan Ainsworth Memorial Lecture

Dr Christopher Wood, North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, London

Case presentation: It could only get better
Professor Rob Miller, University College Hospital, London

The art and the science of HLH
Dr Jessica Manson, University College Hospital, London

UK-CAB Community Session: The Contribution of the HIV Community to HIV Care - how we can help you to help us to live our best life with HIV

Jo Josh, Session Chair

A decade as a community rep
Memory Sachikonye, UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB)

Community Reps on HIV research and guideline groups: 'the bleak and the bright'
Robert James, University of Sussex

Experiences of working with the HIV community
Professor Caroline Sabin, University College London

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 1: The BHIVA International Partnerships Working Group

Dr Kat Stegmann, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Trust, London

Dr Clare van Halsema, North Manchester General Hospital

Exchange reports

Dr Alastair Duncan, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London

Dr Janetta Harbron, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Dr Padmasayee Papineni, London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust

Dr Diarmuid Nugent, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Trust, London

Summary, acknowledgements, and future plans
Dr Tristan Barber, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 2: Understanding recent acquisition of HIV in the UK

Surveillance of HIV Acquired Recently: Enhanced (SHARE)
Adamma Aghaizu, Public Health England, London

Recently acquired HIV - clinician and patient perspectives
Dr Iain Reeves, Homerton Hospital, London & Greg Owen, iwantPrEPnow, London

Oral Research Presentations: Session 3 (16–24)

O16 Measuring endemic transmission of HIV in the United Kingdom: implications for HIV elimination
Sara Croxford, Public Health England

O17 ‘Get Tested LeEDs’: Testing for blood borne viruses (BBV) via notional consent in Emergency Departments (ED)
Khine Phyu, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust

O18 High level compliance to opt out HIV testing in the Emergency Department (ED) of a large teaching hospital using the biochemistry sample as the sample type for HIV screening
Rebecca Marchant, St George's University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

O19 BBV_TestPrompt: Using technology to increase blood-borne virus testing in primary care
Christopher Lawrence, James Cook University Hospital

O20 Use of HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis among Gay, Bisexual, and Other Men Who Have Sex with Men (GBMSM) in England: Data from the AURAH2 Study
Nadia Hanum, University College London

O21 Increasing awareness of HIV PrEP in African communities using trained community champions
Nadia Ekong, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

O22 Delivery of oral HIV Pre Exposure Prophylaxis for people who inject drugs and are at risk of sexual exposure to HIV during an outbreak
Ceilidh Grimshaw, Sandyford Initiative

O23 Factors associated with reported STI-Prophylaxis (“Doxy-PrEP"/"Doxy-PEP”) use among HIV-PrEP users in the UK
John Saunders, Public Health England

O24 Longer term safety of emtricitabine/tenofovir alafenamide (F/TAF) and emtrictabsine (tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (F/TDF) for HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP): DISCOVER trial week 96 results
Iain Reeves, Homerton Hospitals NHS Trust

The Stigma of HIV

The London hospital perspective
Dr Iain Reeves, Homerton Hospital, London

Tuesday 24th November 2020

BHIVA Invited Lecture

Community involvement in HIV research
Longret Kwardem, 4M Mentor Mothers Network CIC

Three Decades of Community Based Research in Canada: Lessons Learned to Face COVID-19
Francisco Ibáñez-Carrasco PhD, Learning Innovation Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 3: Neurosyphilis

A clinical perspective
Dr Patrick French, Mortimer Market Centre, London

Epidemiology and control of syphilis
Dr Michael Marks, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 4: Hepatitis

Micro elimination as a concept
Dr Jeffrey Lazarus, IS Global, Barcelona

PHE and the plans for elimination
Dr Emily Phipps, Public Health England, London

Regional HCV elimination - the importance of micro elimination in PLWH
Dr Andrew Ustianowski, North Manchester General Hospital

PHE Survey Feedback

What Happened with COVID-19? – BHIVA/CHIVA/PHE Survey Feedback
Dr Gabriella Shanks, Mortimer Market Centre, London

Panel Discussion
Professor Jane Anderson, Homerton Hospital, London
Dr David Asboe, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London

Close by Chair of BHIVA
Dr Laura Waters, Mortimer Market Centre, London