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PROGRAM

PROGRAM

Friday 2 September 2016

14.00 h             Opening of the workshop                                                           

14.15 h             PrEP: who, when and how          

                         Anton Pozniak, MD, FRCP

14.45 h             Missed the PrEP opportunity?  Covering the importance of TasP and early initiation of treatment, tackling late presentation;

    Laura Waters, MD

15.15 h             Discussion                                          

15.45 h             Coffee Break                                   

16.15 h             Long-term toxicities of commonly prescribed first line regimens, a 10 – 20 year horizon

                         Jose Arribas, MD

16.45 h             Tailoring first line HIV therapy to avoid long term toxicities and drug-drug interactions

                         Marta Boffito, MD, PhD

17.15 h             Abstract driven presentations:

17.15 h             A Major Concern Among HIV/AIDS Patients: Polypharmacy
                        Ahmet Çağkan Inkaya, Turkey (Abstract O_01)
17.25 h            Cardiovascular risk assessment in the Romanian HIV population
                        Alina Negut, Romania (Abstract: O_02)
17.35 h             Impact of lean mass and bone density on glomerular filtration rate estimation in people living with HIV/AIDS
                        Corinne Isnard Bagnis, France (Abstract: O_03)

17.45 h             Discussion                                                          

18.00 h             Welcome reception and Posters       

Saturday 3 September 2016

08.30 h            Caring for the aging HIV infected patient: meeting the challenge              

                        Giovanni Guaraldi, MD

09.00  h           Abstract driven presentations   

09.00 h            Improved function, strength, quality of life and goal attainment in people living with HIV attending a physiotherapy-led group                                        rehabilitation intervention in the UK
                       Darren Brown, United Kingdom (Abstract: O_06)
09.15 h           Development of a comprehensive women's health service for women living with HIV - A service evaluation
                      Sarah Trotman, United Kingdom (Abstract: O_05)

09.30  h           Case discussion: Examples of missed opportunities in avoiding long term toxicities and co-morbities

    Yazdan Yazdanpanah, MD, PhD

10.00 h            Coffee Break                                   

10.30 h            Healthy Living from the community perspective  

                        Romy Mathys

11.00 h             Development of an innovative mHealth application to support self-management strategies for people living with HIV
                        Darren Brown, United Kingdom (Abstract: O_04)
11.15 h            Online sexual health intervention to support MSM directly after HIV diagnosis - The experiences of www.4mezelf.nl
                        Udi Davidovich, The Netherlands (Abstract: O_07)
11.30 h            What “good” looks like. Enhancing the well-being of people with HIV through a Peer Navigator Service.
                        Jane Anderson, United Kingdom (Abstract: O_08)

11:45 h            Round Table Discussion: How to implement these considerations in our daily practice    

12.30 h            Closure of the Workshop

SPEAKERS

Jonathan Schapiro, MD

Conference

Chair

Cahrles Boucher MD, PhD

Yazdan Yazdanpanah, MD. PhD

Cahrles Boucher MD, PhD

Charles Boucher, MD, PhD
Conference

Chair

Cahrles Boucher MD, PhD

Jose Arribas, MD

Cahrles Boucher MD, PhD

Marta Boffito

MD, PhD

Cahrles Boucher MD, PhD

Anton Pozniak, MD, FRCP

Cahrles Boucher MD, PhD

Giovanni Guaraldi, MD

Cahrles Boucher MD, PhD

Romy Mathys

Cahrles Boucher MD, PhD

Laura Waters, MD

Program / abstractbook

Presentations 2016

Invited lecture

PrEP: who, when and how
Dr A. Pozniak, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital , United Kingdom
Missed the PrEP opportunity?
Dr L. Waters , University College London Hospitals , United Kingdom
Integrating Science Into The Clinic: Current and Future Use of Integrase Inhibitors
Dr M. Boffito , Chelsea and Westminster Hospital , United Kingdom
Caring for the aging HIV infected patient: meeting the challenge
Dr G. Guaraldi , Policlinico Modena , Italy
Examples of missed opportunities in avoiding long term toxicities and comorbidities
Dr Y. Yazdanpanah, Hôpital Bichat-Claude Bernard, France
Healthy Living from the community perspective
R. Mathys, HIV Activist and expert patient, Switserland

Abstracts