Date: Wednesday 12 October 2016
Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London
The Seventh Conference for the Management of HIV / Hepatitis Co-infection in collaboration with BVHG was held at the QEII Centre in London. Delegate feedback reported that the programme was excellent, with many interesting presentations relevant to their professional and educational needs. 144 delegates registered for the Seventh Conference, which included a number of community and voluntary sector registration places. The conference took place on Wednesday 12 October 2016 and was followed by the BHIVA Autumn Conference on 13–14 October 2016.
The conference programme covered a wide range of lectures and presentations related to hepatitis mono-infection and HIV/hepatitis co-infection. Our international speakers included Dr Gail Matthews, Dr Vincent Mallet and Dr Jean-Michel Pawlotsky.
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During the conference a formal thank you was made by Dr Sanjay Bhagani to the full BHIVA Hepatitis Society who worked hard in putting together the programme for the event.
Prizes and Awards
BHIVA Best Case Presentation Award
One award was available from presentations made during the HIV/Hepatitis co-infection clinical Case Presentations session. The overall standard was extremely high and it was difficult to select one winner.
'Fallen at the first hurdle'
Dr Sarah Ramsay, Barts Health NHS Trust, London
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 receive CPD credit 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.