Prevention of Perinatal HIV Infection: Aiming for Zero Transmission

A multidisciplinary conference for obstetricians, gynaecologists,
HIV physicians and allied healthcare professionals

Download Final Programme Date: Friday 27 November 2015

Venue: Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, London

Introduction

The UK programme to prevent perinatal HIV infection is one of the most successful in the world. The combination of HIV screening in pregnancy with high quality multidisciplinary care for women with HIV and their babies has dramatically reduced vertical transmission rates.

To acknowledge the remarkable progress that has been made in this area, and in support of World AIDS Day 2015, BHIVA held an educational conference about HIV and pregnancy on 27 November at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in London.

Presentations

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Conference summary

REGISTRATION:  
Delegates registered:   250
BHIVA Members:   72
Professional organisations:   58
Non-members:   82
Speakers and conference participants:   18
Other attendees:   20

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

Related press release

Saving lives saves money: preventing mother-to-child HIV infection saves NHS £3.1 billion

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 6 CPD credits and the unique reference code is 99169. Please be advised that the attendance list for the course will be kept on file for reference by the Royal College of Physicians.