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Evolving Models of HIV Care for the 21st Century

An update on clinical networks and multi-professional aspects of care

Download Final ProgrammeBHIVA multidisciplinary event to mark World AIDS Day 2014

Date: Thursday 27 November 2014

Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London

BHIVA, in collaboration with affiliated associations, organised an event to mark World AIDS Day 2014 and launch the Federation of HIV Associations (FHIVA).

This valuable opportunity enabled all to review the role of local HIV networks in the delivery of HIV care as well as the benefits of multi-professional working. The environment for HIV care has changed and the onus is on providers to agree how quality, safety and access can be achieved for people living with HIV by organisations agreeing and publishing governance pathways and protocols.

Presentations

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Conference summary

REGISTRATION:  
Delegates registered:   151
BHIVA Members:   61
Affiliated association members:   34
Other invited guests:   34
Speakers and conference participants:   22

The feedback from delegates who attended the course was extremely positive, with many commenting on the high quality of the presentations and programme content.

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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 be entitled to receive CPD credits at the rate of one per course hour. This event has been allocated 4 CPD credits and the unique reference code is 91995. Please be advised that the attendance list for the course will be kept on file for reference by the Royal College of Physicians.