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BHIVA Hepatitis Society

The BHIVA Hepatitis Society brings 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.

Since 2008, the Hepatitis Society has successful held a HIV/Hepatitis conference in London inviting a number of eminent speakers to share their latest research. The conference has gone from strength to strength, and in 2015 a very successful European HIV Hepatitis Co-infection (EHHC) Conference was held, bringing 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 BHIVA guidelines on the management of hepatitis viruses in adults infected with HIV were published in 2013 (updated in 2014) and are available on the BHIVA website, please click here to view the guidelines.
 

Terms of Reference

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Working Group members

Chair

  • Dr Sanjay Bhagani, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Vice Chair

  • Dr Graham Cooke, Imperial College London

Members

  • Dr Ashley Brown, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

  • Dr David Chadwick, James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough

  • Dr Yvonne Gilleece, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton

  • Dr Ranjababu Kulasegaram, St Thomas’s Hospital, London

  • Prof Clifford Leen, Western General Hospital, Edinburgh

  • Prof David Mutimer, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

  • Prof Mark Nelson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

  • Prof Chloe Orkin, St Bartholomew's Hospital, London

  • Dr Emma Thomson, University of Glasgow

  • Dr Andrew Ustianowski, North Manchester General Hospital

  • Dr Ed Wilkins, North Manchester General Hospital

UK-CAB representative

  • Mr Robert James


BHIVA Hepatitis Society Workspace

Click here to access the BHIVA Hepatitis Society Workspace