Author Archives: Alison Neathey

UK-CAB 61: HIV and primary care

Friday 20 January 2017 Venue Hotel Details DRAFT Programme 09.30-09.40 Arrival, tea and refreshments 09.40-10.00 Welcome and introductions, UK-CAB updates, Company pre-meeting (Simon Collins to lead) 10.00-11.30 Company meeting: Gilead Sciences  11.30-11.45 BREAK 11.45-12.30 Feedback on Gilead, Conferences feedback 12.30-14.00 LUNCH 14.00-15.15 Invited speakers: Primary care for HIV patients – Dr Richard Ma, GP, Islington Primary […]

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UK-CAB 60: HIV and lung health

Friday 4 November 2016 Venue Register for this meeting Hotel Details Expenses Programme 09.30-09.45 Arrival 09.45-10.00 Welcome and introductions, UK-CAB updates, company pre-meeting 10.00-10.30 Personal perspective as a TB patient – Johnson Mwangi 10.30-11.15 TB service across England – Lynn Altass?, National TB Strategy Programme, NHS England/PHE 11.15-11.30 BREAK 11.30-12.30 HIV lung health – Dr Stephen Aston, Wellcome Trust […]

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Tesamorelin Clinical Data Overview

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UK-CAB 59: HIV and the brain

Friday 8 July 2016 Venue Hotel Details Expenses Programme 09.45-10.00 Welcome and introductions, UK-CAB updates, company pre-meeting 10.00-10.30  BME access to mental health care in Leicester – Johnson Mwangi 10.30-11.15 HIV neurology – Dr Nick Davies, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital 11.15-11.30 BREAK 11.30-12.30 Cognitive impairment in well treated cohorts – Dr Jonathan Underwood, Imperial College London and Imperial College […]

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UK-CAB PrEP statement (June 2016)

The UK Community Advisory Board (UK-CAB, the network for community HIV treatment advocates) is extremely disappointed by NHS England’s renewed refusal to commission pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for people at high risk of acquiring HIV. Currently, 17 people are diagnosed with HIV every day in the UK – the majority in England. By commissioning PrEP, NHS England could prevent […]

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Paul Clift

I was diagnosed in 1988 while living in Brighton; within a year I had also become carer for my HIV-positive partner. After his death I became Chair of Brighton Body Positive, and became increasingly involved across the HIV sector in Brighton. I became the Patients Representative at the Lawson Unit in Brighton in 2000 where, […]

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UK-CAB 58: HIV and hormonal therapy

Friday 29 April 2016 Venue Hotel Details Expenses  Programme 09.30-09.45 Arrival 09.45-10.00 Welcome and introductions, UK-CAB updates 10.00-10.45 HIV and menopause – Shema Tariq 10.45-11.15 Community engagement on BHIVA guidelines – Robert James 11.15-11.30 BREAK 11.30-12.30 Personal experience: Trans*woman – Catalina Hermes 12.30-14.00 LUNCH 14.00-15.30 Community response to NHS PrEP reconsideration –NATAgeing conference feedback – Damian Kelly 15.30-15.40 BREAK 15.40-16.15 […]

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Silvia Petretti

Silvia Petretti is a woman living with HIV and advocate for the human rights of people living with HIV. She was diagnosed in 1997.  Since 2005 Silvia has been openly living with HIV because she believes it is a powerful tool to challenge the stigma and prejudices directed towards women living with HIV. Silvia is coordinator […]

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Garry Brough

Garry is a member of the UK-CAB Steering Group. He was diagnosed in 1991 at the age of 23. After starting treatment in 1997 and slowly recovering his health, he started volunteering and working in HIV support. He co-founded the Bloomsbury Patients Network in 1999. Garry has worked on the YMCA Positive Health Programme, as […]

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Fernando Monteiro

I was diagnosed in 1990 and ever since have been involved with community activism, first in Portugal then in the UK. I currently work as Peer Support Volunteer at the Kobler Clinic and a Volunteer Welfare Advisor with Positively UK. Part of my work is advocating on behalf of people living with HIV and trying […]

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