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. BHIVA remains committed to sharing an independent, unbiased and impartial review of the key research from the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI).
An experienced working party has been convened, made up of BHIVA Executive Committee & sub-committee members, to review the data presented and collate the most relevant material to feedback through two evening webinars. Our thanks go to the BHIVA CROI working party for their hard work in putting together these talks and to ViiV for supporting their attendance.
The first webinar will take place on Monday 25th March 2024 and will be repeated on Wednesday 27th March 2024. Each webinar will be held at 18:00 – 20:00 UK time and will be made up of a series of pre-recorded talks, followed by a live panel Q&A discussion.
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We will record round ups of the information covering the following topics, and discuss further in the Q&A panel discussions:
HIV testing and prevention.
Opportunistic infections & infection-related co-morbidities.
Co-morbidities including ageing & metabolic complications.
Understudied populations including treatment and prevention in the context of pregnancy and infant feeding.