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Are You Attending IAS? BHIVA Satellite Symposium at 0700 on Monday 24 July

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Are You Attending IAS? BHIVA Satellite Symposium at 0700 on Monday 24 July
Posted on: July 12 2017, 08:44 am

Dear Colleagues
 
9th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2017)
 
BHIVA Satellite Symposium: Tougher Times: Adapting to Increasing Demand with Declining Resources
0700-0830, Monday 24 July 2017
Havana Amphitheater, Palais des Congrès, 2 Place de la Porte Maillot, Paris (see map attached)
 
As you may be aware, BHIVA are to hold a Satellite Symposium at the forthcoming IAS Conference in Paris.
 
If you are attending IAS, please come along to our symposium and share this with any colleagues who may also be attending the conference.
 
A programme for the session is provided below
 
Introduction by the Chairs
Professor Chloe Orkin, Barts Health NHS Trust, London and Professor Jürgen Rockstroh, University of Bonn, Germany
 
The UK Epidemiology and Cascade
Dr Valerie Delpech, Public Health England, UK
 
Prevention: Supporting Generic PrEP Access and Offering Monitoring – Legalities and Practicalities Efficiencies Viewed Through 90:90:90
Dr Nneka Nwokolo, 56 Dean Street, London, UK
 
The England Experience: Commissioning and Prescribing Efficiencies
Dr Laura Waters, Mortimer Market Centre, London, UK
 
The Patient’s Perspective
Miss Angelina Namiba, Salamander Trust, London, UK
 
Panel Discussion
The satellite symposium will be covering the current challenges facing the UK in terms of HIV prevention, care and lessons learned. It will review the potential efficiencies available through use of generics and simpler drug regimens including dual-therapy. The increasingly important role of the third sector and peer support, in a climate of ever-declining public health spending will be discussed. The session will also review the simplification of HIV monitoring including cessation of CD4 monitoring.
 
With thanks and kind regards
 
Professor Chloe Orkin       Dr Laura Waters
Chair                                 Chair
British HIV Association   BHIVA Conferences Subcommittee    
For and on behalf of the British HIV Association (BHIVA)
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