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23rd Annual Conference of BHIVA Presentations - Friday 7 April 2017

Date: 4 - 7 April 2017

Venue: Arena and Convention Centre, Liverpool


Please view and download conference presentations by clicking on the links below:

HIV Drug Interactions Website Session

Professor David Back Professor David Back
University of Liverpool

Dr Nneka Nwokolo Dr Nneka Nwokolo
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Professor Saye Khoo Professor Saye Khoo
University of Liverpool

BHIVA Audit Session

Dr David Chadwick BHIVA Standards of Care: an interactive session
Dr David Chadwick, James Cook University Hospital and Dr Ann Sullivan, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Oral Research Presentations: Session 4: Living with HIV

Mr Alastair Hudson Abstract O25: Experiences of HIV disclosure and stigma in the dental setting: findings from the people living with HIV Stigma Survey 2015
Mr Alastair Hudson, Family Planning Association (FPA)

Mr Alex Sparrowhawk Abstract O26: Perceptions of HIV within the general public
Mr Alex Sparrowhawk, Terrence Higgins Trust

Ms Bianca Karpf Abstract O27: Affording formula: HIV - positive women’s experiences of the financial strain of infant formula feeding in the UK
Ms Bianca Karpf, Body and Soul

Dr Emily Mabonga Abstract O28: Does the introduction of a dedicated postnatal contraception clinic improve reproductive choices for HIV - positive women?
Dr Emily Mabonga, King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, London

Ms Sophie Raghunanan Abstract O29: Age related viral suppression in adolescents living with perinatally acquired HIV Infection
Ms Sophie Raghunanan, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Mr Peter Kirwan Abstract O30: Assessing the clinical complexity of a national cohort of adults accessing HIV outpatient care
Mr Peter Kirwan, Public Health England

Oral Poster Presentations

BHIVA Lunchtime Workshop 5 - Low level viraemia case presentations

Thirteen, lucky for some: lessons learned from managing long-term low-level viraemia
Dr Lucy Rivett, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge

The perils of boosted Hepatitis C treatment
Dr Nilani Uthayakumar, Mortimer Market Centre, London

FHIVA Lunchtime Workshop - Solving the problems of transition: a multidisciplinary virtual clinic

Adult clinician: Dr Claire Robertson Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
Nurse: Miss Michelle Croston North Manchester General Hospital
Pharmacist: Mrs Kate Gandhi Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
Psychologist: Ms Sarah Rutter North Manchester General Hospital

BHIVA Prizes and Awards Ceremony

BHIVA Invited Lecture 5

Dr Tristan Barber Neurocognitive symptoms in people with HIV
Dr Tristan Barber, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Dr Paul Holmes Neurocognitive symptoms in people with HIV
Dr Paul Holmes, St Thomas’ Hospital, London

BHIVA Plenary Session 3

Dr Fiona Lampe Mental health among people with HIV: insights from the ASTRA Study
Dr Fiona Lampe, University College London

Dr John Green Clinical assessment
Dr John Green, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Mr Richard Jones Mental health of healthcare workers
Mr Richard Jones, Riverside Medical Practice, London

Close by the Chair of the British HIV Association