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Fourth Joint Conference of BHIVA with BASHH - Wednesday 18 April 2018

Fourth Joint Conference of BHIVA with BASHH (Edinburgh 2018)Date: 17-20 April 2018

Venue: Edinburgh International Conference Centre, UK

Presentations

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

To view presentations from the Hepatology Highlights for the Healthcare Specialist in collaboration with BVHG, held on Tuesday 17 April 2018, click here.

Oral Research Presentations: Session 1

Dr Laura Waters Abstract O1: Was the pain worth the gain? Antiretroviral savings from the Improving Value project and generics use in England
Dr Laura Waters, Mortimer Market Centre, London

Dr Elizabeth Okecha Abstract O2: NHS England commissioning for value – what is the hidden cost?
Dr Elizabeth Okecha, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Ms Helen Peters Abstract O3: Audit of perinatally acquired HIV in UK-born infants reported 2014-2017
Ms Helen Peters, University College London

Dr Caroline Foster Abstract O4: Post transition outcomes in young adults living with HIV: 90:99:80
Dr Caroline Foster, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Dr Andrea Joynson Abstract O5: Adults with perinatally acquired HIV: 25 years and beyond
Dr Andrea Joynson, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Miss Hester Allen Abstract O6: An analysis of the link between antiretroviral therapy and syphilis in men who have sex with men in England 2008–2016
Miss Hester Allen, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine


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BHIVA/BASHH Review Session

Professor Chloe Orkin Advances in HIV care for 2018
Professor Chloe Orkin, Barts Health NHS Trust, London

Dr Suneeta Soni Advances in sexual health for 2018
Dr Suneeta Soni, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Laura Waters Advances in general medicine for 2018
Dr Laura Waters, Mortimer Market Centre, London


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BHIVA/BASHH Audit Session - The role of guidelines, standards and audit in quality improvement

Dr Ann Sullivan Development of the 2015 BASHH/BHIVA/SSHA/NAT HIV Partner Notification Standards
Dr Ann Sullivan, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Dr Lauren Bull 2018 Audit of HIV partner notification
Dr Lauren Bull, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Dr Michael Rayment Launch of the BASHH online HIV Partner Notification calculator
Dr Michael Rayment, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London


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BHIVA/BASHH Lunchtime Workshop 1

Blood-borne virus resistance: challenges in the modern era
Dr Sanjay Bhagani, Royal Free Hospital, London
Professor Ravi Gupta, University College London

BHIVA/BASHH Lunchtime Workshop 2

Dr Jane Ashby Dr Margaret Kingston Safeguarding in HIV and sexual health
Dr Jane Ashby, Mortimer Market Centre, London
Dr Margaret Kingston, Manchester Royal Infirmary

Oral Research Presentations: Session 2

Dr Joanna Lewis Abstract O7: Reduced chlamydia prevalence, shorter infections, and a fall in pelvic inflammatory disease diagnoses contemporary with increased chlamydia testing in England: an evidence synthesis using surveillance data, 2000–2015
Dr Joanna Lewis, Imperial College London

Ms Dana Ogaz Abstract O8: Exploring the drivers of the recent decline in gonorrhoea diagnoses in MSM attending GUM clinics in England
Ms Dana Ogaz, Public Health England

Dr Aideen Dunne Abstract O9: How many people do we turn away? Measuring unmet demand on sexual health services
Dr Aideen Dunne, Southwark Council

Dr Alex Parr Abstract O10: Can we reduce syphilis screening in low-risk populations in sexual health clinics?
Dr Alex Parr, Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Ms Annette Colcutt Abstract O11: Moving from an ‘opt out’ to an ‘opt in’ health adviser service: impact on service delivery and patient engagement
Ms Annette Colcutt, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Ms Jane Braunholtz-Speight Abstract O12: Three site testing by the third sector in partnership with the sexual health service: the way forward for outreach testing for MSM
Ms Jane Braunholtz-Speight, Leeds Sexual Health Service

Dr Ann Sullivan Abstract O13: OptTEST programme interventions for Indicator Condition HIV testing are effective in significantly increasing HIV testing rates in non-specialist healthcare settings across Europe
Dr Ann Sullivan, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Dr Laura Benjamin Abstract O14: New HIV cases diagnosed through opt-out testing in hyperacute stroke: a call to amend national guidelines
Dr Laura Benjamin, University of Liverpool

Dr Vicky Tittle Abstract O15: Exploring the epidemiology and management of shigellosis in a large acute hospital trust
Dr Vicky Tittle, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London


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BHIVA/BASHH Invited Lecture - National Institute for Health Protection Research Unit (NIHR HPRU) in blood-borne and sexually transmitted infections

Professor Jackie Cassell How can primary care work more closely with sexual health services to deliver appropriate testing, prevention and care for STIs and HIV
Professor Jackie Cassell, Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Ms Katy Town Harnessing molecular technology to inform our understanding of HIV and STI epidemics
Ms Katy Town, National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)


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Civic Welcome Reception

Professor Jackie Cassell
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