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20th Annual Conference of NHIVNA - Presentations

Wednesday 27 June 2018
Pre-conference Study Day - UNDETECTABLE=UNTRANSMITTABLE (U=U)

Introduction by Study Day Co-chairs and Patrons of NHIVNA
Robert Fieldhouse, BASELINE
Angelina Namiba, Salamander Trust

A background and introduction to U=U
Shaun Watson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

U=U and sero-different couples, evidence of change
Tom Witney, The Open University, Milton Keynes

The healthcare professional perspective
Joe Phillips, 56 Dean Street, London

ViiV Healthcare Invited Session: The patient’s perspective - What does U=U mean to me?
Bryan Dramiga, CHIVA
Samantha Dawson, Body Positive Dorset
Angelina Namiba, Salamander Trust
Shaun Watson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Women and access to PrEP: between the sheets
Susan Cole, The Sophia Forum
Sophie Strachan, The Sophia Forum

The evidence for U=U: the PARTNER study and the U=U campaign
Simon Collins, HIV i-Base

The Brighton experience of telling patients about U=U
Gillian Dean, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust and The Martin Fisher Foundation

Evaluation and close
Robert Fieldhouse, BASELINE
Angelina Namiba, Salamander Trust

Thursday 28 June 2018

Welcome address from the Chair of NHIVNA
Shaun Watson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Welcome address from the Local Hosts
Anna Bamford, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
Tracey Buckingham, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
Martin Jones, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust

Robert Pratt Lecture
HIV Nursing: the early days
Anna Bamford, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust

NHIVNA Plenary Session 1
20 years of NHIVNA and the changing faces of HIV Nursing
Interviewer: Martin Jones, East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Nathaniel Brito-Ault, Barts Health NHS Trust, London
Nicky Perry, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust
Shaun Watson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

Janssen Invited Lecture
HIV Oral History Project Update
Jane Bruton, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

NHIVNA Plenary Session 2
Lymphoma and Kaposi sarcoma: ghosts from the past and the challenges ahead
Duncan Churchill, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

The forgotten group: a new HIV outbreak amongst people who inject drugs
Patricia Anderson, Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow

NHIVNA Oral Abstracts: Session 1
Abstract 1: Developing collaborative nursing models for people living with HIV and hepatitis C co-infection in the advent of increased access to direct acting antivirals: a service development in a large UK urban clinic
Ruth Burholt, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Abstract 2: HIV antiretroviral therapy in a low prevalence rural area: communication with GPs, co-medications prescribed in primary care and associated potential drug–drug interactions
Jane Fraser, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Abstract 3: Evaluating the use of brief motivational interviewing strategies and medication aids (pillbox) in patients with suboptimal antiretroviral adherence: a clinical nurse specialist led service
David Stainer, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

Abstract 4: How the nurse-led ‘OptionE’ HIV service complies with the 2016 BHIVA guidelines for monitoring of people living with HIV
Paula McDonagh, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London

MSD Satellite Symposium
Positive parenting and HIV
Lizzie Jordan, Think 2 Speak
Gillian, Rebecca and Henry

NHIVNA Oral Abstracts: Session 2
Abstract 5: An investigation into the experiences of men who have sex with men when engaging in the partner notification process 3 months following an HIV diagnosis
Jonathan Roberts, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Abstract 6: Determining the level of HIV-related stigma in the general population in a UK Fast Track city prior to introducing an anti-stigma campaign in 2018
Hannah Kelso, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Abstract 7: Towards zero HIV stigma. A review of stigma in healthcare settings
Mark Roche, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Abstract 8: Evaluating the effectiveness of The Midlands HIV Nurses Network: 20 years on and still going strong?
John McLuskey, University of Nottingham

NHIVNA Plenary Session 3
Challenges in care
Pauline Jelliman, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals Trust
Eileen Nixon, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

NHIVNA Invited Lecture 1
HIV and palliative care
Richard Harding, King's College London

Friday 29 June 2018

Complex case presentation session
From ECMO to Tango via the Mental Capacity Act
Mark Roche, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Never give up....
Linda Panton, NHS Lothian, Edinburgh

Life is a rollercoaster study: Patrick
Sally Tillett, Homerton University Hospital, London

Housing, hearing and sand flies
Grace Newbold, North Manchester General Hospital

NHIVNA/EHNN Invited Lecture
The refugee crisis: managing HIV and sexual health
Fionnuala Finnerty, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

NHIVNA Invited Lecture 2
An overview of support services
Cheryl Gowar, National AIDS Trust

ViiV Healthcare Satellite Symposium
An introduction to two-drug regimens: what nurses need to know
Rimi Shah, ViiV Healthcare UK and Honorary Consultant at Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust
Craig Hobson, ViiV Healthcare UK

NHIVNA Invited Lecture 3
HIV criminalisation, consent and the law
Matthew Weait, University of Portsmouth

NHIVNA Awards Ceremony

NHIVNA Invited Lecture 4
Patient advocacy and switching to generics
Venita Hardweir, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Patient advocacy and switching to generics
Dennis Onyango, Africa Advocacy Foundation

NHIVNA Plenary Session 4
HIV, fertility and contraception in the time of U=U
Yvonne Gilleece, Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust

Patient related outcome measures (PROMS)
Katherine Bristowe, King’s College London

Summary and close by the chair of NHIVNA
HIV nursing and challenges that lie ahead
Shaun Watson, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London