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Presentations from the 19th Annual Conference of NHIVNA - Thursday 22 June 2017

Date: 22-23 June 2017

Venue: Bristol, UK
 

Please select a day by clicking on one of the links below.

Welcome address from the Chair of NHIVNA and Local Host

Michelle Croston, Manchester Metropolitan University
Kieran Sharkey, North Bristol NHS Trust
Elizabeth Williams, North Bristol NHS Trust

Robert Pratt Lecture

HIV nursing: the fight for a future
Shaun Watson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Peer mentoring, peer support project 100 update
Marc Thompson, Positively UK

Gilead Sciences Satellite Symposium

Why we need to think about trauma in HIV services
Sarah Rutter, North Manchester General Hospital

This educational session is funded by an independent educational grant from Gilead Sciences. Gilead Sciences have not had any involvement in the speaker selection or content of this symposium.

NHIVNA Invited Lecture 1

Top 10 highlights in 2016–2017 and their impact on HIV nursing
Kieran Sharkey and Elizabeth Williams, North Bristol NHS Trust

Janssen Invited Lecture

HIV and ageing
Jaime Vera, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton

This educational lecture is funded by an independent educational grant from Janssen. Janssen have not had any involvement in the speaker selection or content of this lecture.

NHIVNA Oral Abstracts: Session 1 (1–4)

Abstract 1: Patient and staff priorities for future models of care for people with HIV who have comorbid conditions
Eileen Nixon, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals

Abstract 2: Are HIV support services being decommissioned?
Cheryl Gowar, National AIDS Trust

Abstract 3: Introducing the Patient Activation Measure in a UK HIV service: early results
Martin Jones, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

Abstract 4: Has HARS got it right for Stable HIV patients?
Eileen Nixon, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals

NHIVNA projects update including NHIVNA Stigma working group update

NHIVNA projects update
Michelle Croston, North Manchester General Hospital

HIV Stigma SIG
Jim Stanford, The Sussex Beacon

NHIVNA Plenary Session 1: Culture and HIV: 30 years of HIV diagnosis

The 1980s
Jane Bruton, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

The 1990s
Jim Stanford, The Sussex Beacon

The 2000s
Michelle Croston, North Manchester General Hospital

Panel discussion

ViiV Healthcare UK Invited Lecture

The changing faces of HIV and how to meet difficult-to-reach patients
Elizabeth Foote, Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust

The changing faces of HIV and how to meet difficult-to-reach patients
Jacqueline Hale, Homerton University Hospital, London

This educational lecture is funded by an independent educational grant from ViiV Healthcare. ViiV Healthcare UK have not had any involvement in speaker selection or content of this lecture.

NHIVNA Oral Abstracts: Session 2 (5–8)

Abstract 5: Concurrent infections in pregnancies in women living with HIV in the UK and Ireland
Helen Peters, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health

Abstract 6: Withdrawn

Abstract 7: HIV in prison – partnership for better HIV care in the correctional facilities
Catarina Santos, Hospital de Cascais

Abstract 8: 'How Can You Let Someone To Live Like That?' - Hoarding and HIV: Lessons Learnt
Shaun Watson, Chelsea & Westminster NHS Foundation Trust

ViiV Healthcare UK Workshop

Understanding and formulating complex psychosocial issues: a case example
Sarah Rutter and Michelle Croston, North Manchester General Hospital

This educational workshop is funded by an educational grant from ViiV Healthcare UK. ViiV Healthcare UK have not had any involvement in speaker selection or content of this workshop.

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