These guidelines have now been replaced by the BHIVA guidelines for the treatment of HIV-1-positive adults with antiretroviral therapy 2015. The overall purpose of these guidelines was to provide guidance on best clinical practice in the treatment and management of adults with HIV infection with antiretroviral therapy (ART). The scope includes guidance on the initiation of ART in those previously naïve to therapy, support of patients on treatment, management of patients experiencing virological failure and recommendations in specific patient populations where other factors need to be taken into consideration.
The guidelines were aimed at clinical professionals directly involved with and responsible for the care of adults with HIV infection and at community advocates responsible for promoting the best interests and care of HIV positive adults. They should be read in conjunction with other published BHIVA guidelines.
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Update - June 2014
Green highlights denote changes that have been made to the document post-publication for society reference only.
For citation purposes readers should refer to the original text (see above). The version below was produced in June 2014, with most recent amendments highlighted in green.
BHIVA guidelines for the treatment of HIV-1 positive adults with antiretroviral therapy 2012 (updated June 2014)
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Dr Ian Williams, Dr Duncan Churchill, Prof Jane Anderson, Dr Marta Boffito, Prof Mark Bower, Mr Gus Cairns, Dr Simon Edwards, Dr Sarah Fidler, Dr Martin Fisher, Dr Andrew Freedman, Prof Anna Maria Geretti, Dr Yvonne Gilleece, Prof Rob Horne, Prof Margaret Johnson, Prof Saye Khoo, Prof Clifford Leen, Mr Neal Marshall, Dr Mark Nelson, Dr Chloe Orkin, Dr Nicholas Paton, Prof Andrew Phillips, Dr Frank Post, Dr Anton Pozniak, Prof Caroline Sabin, Mr Roy Trevelion, Dr Andrew Ustianowski, Dr John Walsh, Dr Laura Waters, Dr Edmund Wilkins, Dr Alan Winston, Dr Mike Youle
HIV Medicine (2014), 15 (Suppl. 1), 1–85.