THE CHALLENGES OF HIV TODAY
Date: 26–28 June 2019
Venue: Manchester Conference Centre, UK
NHIVNA/Gilead Sciences HIV Nurse of the Year Award 2019
The NHIVNA/Gilead HIV Nursing Award was set up in 2007 to recognise the outstanding achievements of nurses who have made a significant or unique contribution to the care and quality of life of people with HIV.
Mr Bob Downes, The Royal Liverpool University Hospital Trust
Ms Justine Mellor, The Northern Contraception, Sexual Health and HIV Service at The Hathersage Centre
Pictured from left to right: Cindy Elliott (Gilead representative), Justine Mellor, Bob Downes, Shaun Watson
NHIVNA Best Oral Presentation Award
This prize was awarded for the best oral presentation delivered at the NHIVNA Annual Conference.
O5: Using a local mental health pathway to support the BHIVA psychology standards
Zoe Adler and Jonathan Roberts, Royal Sussex County Hospital
Pictured from left to right: Claire Gamble, Jonathan Roberts, Zoe Adler, Shaun Watson
NHIVNA Best Poster Award
One prize was awarded for the best poster presentation displayed at the NHIVNA Annual Conference.
P12: Routine opt-out HIV testing in critical care
Ashley Duncan, University of Nottingham
In addition, three commendations were awarded for the following posters:
P1: A review of the community HIV clinical nurse specialist caseload with the vision of introducing Annual Health Checks
Miss Comfort Agyei, Guy's and St.Thomas NHS Foundation Trust
P3: Developing and testing a community based nursing intervention to improve engagement of HIV patients in care and treatment (Conect)
Hilary Piercy, Sheffield Hallam University
P5: The long road towards zero hepatitis C: Are we there yet?
Tom Fernandez, Royal Free NHS Trust, London
Pictured from left to right: Joe Phillips, Shaun Watson, Ashley Duncan
NHIVNA / Mediscript Clinical Practice Award
The prize was awarded for a clinical practice initiative that has made an impact on patient care presented at the NHIVNA Annual Conference, either as an oral or poster presentation.
Case Presentation 4 - Is specialist inpatient HIV nursing still relevant?
Kirstie Salthouse, North Manchester General Hospital
Pictured from left to right: Claire Gamble, Kirstie Salthouse, Shaun Watson
Krattinger Rennison Charitable Trust Nursing Award
The prize was awarded for an original piece of nursing research presented at the NHIVNA Annual Conference, either as an oral or poster presentation.
O1: A service review of patients living with HIV admitted to an infectious diseases department
Hilary Piercy, Sheffield Hallam University
Pictured from left to right: Joe Phillips, Shaun Watson, Hilary Piercy
Jane Bruton Rising Star Award
This prize was awarded for the best oral or poster presentation displayed at the NHIVNA Annual Conference, by a student or junior nurse.
04: Developing an in-reach service to facilitate early discharge from hospital for people living with HIV and other complex needs
Hannah Pugh, The Sussex Beacon
NHIVNA Best Case Presentation Award
This prize was awarded for the best case presentation at conference.
Case 3 - HIV Partner Notification: Moral, ethical and logistical dilemmas
Mike Spall-Hancy, Homerton University Hospital
Pictured from left to right: Shaun Watson and Mike Spall-Hancy
NHIVNA Research and Capacity Development Fellowship Award
Three winners were selected.
'Identifying priority areas for interventions to improve healthcare experiences for patients with a dual diagnosis of HIV and cancer and describing the barriers and facilitators to their implementation'
Emma Hainsworth, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Pictured from left to right: Shaun Watson, Emma Hainsworth, Hilary Piercy
'Initial perceptions of HIV nurses involved in delivering a community-based intervention to improve engagement of HIV patients in care and treatment – qualitative enquiry'
Charlotte Hughes, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Pictured from left to right: Shaun Watson, Charlotte Hughes, Hilary Piercy
'What is the experience of HIV healthcare while in English prisons? An exploration of men’s experiences'
Felicity Young, St Mary's Hospital, Newport, Isle of Wight
Pictured from left to right: Shaun Watson, Felicity Young, Hilary Piercy