Date: Friday 9 September 2016
Venue: 30 Euston Square, London
General practitioners and primary care teams have increasingly important roles to play in the diagnosis, treatment and care of their patients who have HIV, as well as those who are at risk of acquiring the infection.
Following the successful meeting in 2013, the British HIV Association (BHIVA) and Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) once again established a working partnership to hold a one-day conference that engaged general practice teams to address the issues that are most relevant for the best care of people living with HIV in the UK.
This free-to-attend event brought together general practitioners, practice nurses, HIV clinicians and other professionals working in primary and secondary care. Current best practice and examples of quality of care initiatives were shared and recent advances, together with likely future developments in diagnosis, treatment and prevention of HIV, were explored.
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Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Medical staff in career grade posts who are enrolled with one of the Royal Medical Colleges for Continuing Professional Development will be entitled to receive CPD credits at the rate of one per conference hour. Please be advised that the attendance list for the conference will be kept on file for reference by the appropriate Royal Colleges.
This event has been allocated 6 CPD credits and, for those who are registered for CPD accreditation with the Royal College of Physicians, the unique reference code is 106969.