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BHIVA Autumn Conference 2022

Date: Friday 25 November 2022

Venue: Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrews Place, London NW1 4LE


The BHIVA Autumn Conference programme took a multi-disciplinary approach this year, involving other organisations including NHIVNA, HIVPA and Chiva in addition to BHIVA. There was a focus on sessions where we discussed how we deliver optimal care for our patients in the face of recent challenges and advances and, also, what the future of HIV care might look like.

The day concluded with a session to mark World AIDS Day that was led and curated by community organisations involved in HIV.


Welcome & Introduction by the Chair of BHIVA

Dr Laura Waters
Mortimer Market Centre, London

NHIVNA: injectables

Community and clinic real-world perspectives
Liz Foote, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust

Scottish perspective
Linda Panton, NHS Lothian

Jonathan Roberts, University Hospital Sussex NHS Foundation Trust

HIVPA: pharmacy, polypharmacy & the future

Polypharmacy in people living with HIV
Fiona Marra, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, and University of Liverpool

AI and Big Data
Dr Lauren Walker, Liverpool NHS Foundation Trust

How the roles of HIV-specialist pharmacists could evolve
Alison Grant, Guy’s & St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

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Chiva - Bridging the gap: Providing holistic care and support from paediatrics through to adult care

Dr Sarah Rutter
North Manchester General Hospital

Thokozani Chibowa
Chiva Associate

Dr Amanda Williams
Chiva and London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust

Monkeypox: what we’ve learned

Research perspective
Dr Jake Dunning, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Community perspective
Dr Will Nutland, The Love Tank/PrEPster

Sexual health services perspective
Dr Claire Dewsnap, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


Emma Williams
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

BHIVA: review of the year

Highlights of the last year
Dr Matthew Page, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust