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BHIVA 'Best of CROI' Virtual Feedback Meetings (2022)

The Best of CROI feedback meetings are an integral part of BHIVA’s ongoing commitment to providing education to those working in the field of HIV medicine in the UK. Despite the ongoing restrictions preventing live events, BHIVA remains committed to sharing an independent, unbiased and impartial review of the key research from the virtual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI).

An experienced working party was convened, made up of BHIVA Executive Committee members, to review the data presented and collate the most relevant material to feedback through 2 evening webinars. Our thanks go to the BHIVA CROI working party for their hard work in putting together these talks.

The first webinar took place on Wednesday 9th March 2022 and was repeated on Monday 14th March 2022. There was a live panel discussion with Q&A at each event which ran from 18:30 – 20:00.


We have recorded both live sessions, with pre-recorded talks, to capture both sets of Q&A, or you can watch the talks separately if you prefer:

  • ART strategies

  • Opportunistic infections and viral hepatitis

  • HIV & the liver

  • Metabolic complications

  • Ageing and comorbidities

  • Understudied populations

In addition we have some bonus extra material, a slide set summarising cure data, and 3 recorded talks. These presentations are shown further down the page.

  • COVID-19 (video)

  • Prevention

  • COVID-19 (powerpoint with audio)

View a complete webinar

Full Best of CROI Feedback Webinar recording from 9th March

Full Best of CROI Feedback Webinar recording from 14th March

Individual webinar presentations

Antiretroviral treatment strategies

Dr Laura Waters, Mortimer Market Centre, London

Opportunistic infections and viral hepatitis

Dr Clare van Halsema, North Manchester General Hospital


Dr Ranjababu Kulasegaram, St Thomas’ Hospital London

Metabolic complications

Dr Amanda Samarawickrama, University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust

Ageing and comorbidities

Prof. Caroline Sabin, University College London

Understudied populations

Prof. Yvonne Gilleece, University Hospitals Sussex NHS Trust

Additional Best of CROI Feedback presentations


Dr Douglas Fink, University Hospitals Sussex NHS Trust


Dr Iain Reeves, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust


Prof. Sarah Fidler, Imperial College London

Please note: This is a Powerpoint presentation with audio. To listen to the audio, you will need to view the presentation as a slideshow.