Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London
The British HIV Association (BHIVA) has held an annual HIV/Hepatitis Co-infection Conference in the Autumn in London for the last seven years. This year’s event once again brought together those directly involved in the care of HIV-infected patients co-infected with hepatitis B or C, as well as those who have a clinical or research interest in the epidemiology, natural history or basic science of viral hepatitis. The conference was led by a Programme Committee comprising representatives from partner organisations from across Europe. I would like to extend my grateful thanks to the committee members for their efforts in preparing an excellent programme for this conference.
We were especially delighted that a number of eminent speakers from across Europe and the UK agreed to come to London to share their latest research. We would like to thank all our speakers for their invaluable contributions in helping to make the conference a great success.
We would also like to thank all our sponsors and exhibitors for their support of this conference.
Dr Sanjay Bhagani
Chair, EHHC Conference Steering Committee
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Detailed post-conference report
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|Number of Scholarship winners:||23|
|European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) and UK Community registration places awarded:||34|
|Speakers and conference participants:||51|
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 received CPD credits at the rate of one CPD credit per conference hour (exclusive of travel, refreshments, social events and satellite symposia). The conference will be allocated a maximum of 6 CPD credits per conference day.
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