Fourth Joint Conference of BHIVA with BASHH - Friday 20 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.

BHIVA/BASHH Invited Lecture 4

Dr Fionnuala Finnerty Refugees, migrants and healthcare access: key issues in the response to HIV, STIs and TB
Dr Fionnuala Finnerty, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Dr Yusef Azad Refugees, migrants and healthcare access: key issues in the response to HIV, STIs and TB
Dr Yusef Azad, National AIDS Trust


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BHIVA/BASHH Clinical Conundrums Session - Overheard at the gym: a clinician’s overview of interactions/toxicities of commonly used drugs

Dr Chris Ward Non steroids
Dr Chris Ward, Manchester Royal Infirmary

Mr James McVeigh Steroids
Mr James McVeigh, Liverpool John Moores University

Dr Paul Holmes HIV and lumbar punctures in 2018
Dr Paul Holmes, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London


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Oral Poster Presentations

Oral Poster Presentations
Chairs: Dr Cath Mercer, University College London
Dr Steve Taylor, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital

BHIVA/BASHH Lunchtime Workshop 5

Young people with HIV: Challenges with transition
Dr Caroline Foster, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London
Dr Laura Jones, Royal Hospital for Children, Edinburgh (slides not available)

BHIVA/BASHH UK-CAB Workshop

Talking to patients about U=U
Dr Michael Brady, Kings College Hospital, London
Mr Marc Thompson, UK Community Advisory Board

BHIVA/BASHH Prizes and Awards Ceremony

Professor Chloe Orkin and Dr Olwen Williams OBE
Chair, British HIV Association and President, British Association for Sexual Health and HIV

BHIVA/BASHH Invited Lecture 5

Professor Rusi Jaspal Identity, culture and wellbeing among MSM: a model for enhancing clinical practice
Professor Rusi Jaspal, De Montfort University, Leicester


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BHIVA/BASHH Plenary Session - PrEP question time

Dr John Saunders England
Dr John Saunders, Public Health England

Dr Rachel Drayton Wales
Dr Rachel Drayton, Cardiff Royal Infirmary

Dr Rak Nandwani Scotland
Dr Rak Nandwani, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Dr Carol Emerson Northern Ireland
Dr Carol Emerson, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust

Dr Fiona Lyons Ireland
Dr Fiona Lyons, St. James's Hospital, Dublin, Ireland

Professor Martin Markowitz The global perspective
Professor Martin Markowitz, The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, New York, USA


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Professor Chloe Orkin and Dr Olwen Williams Professor Chloe Orkin and Dr Olwen Williams, OBE
Chair, British HIV Association and President, British Association for Sexual Health and HIV