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NHIVNA Virtual Conference 2021 - Presentations

Wednesday 16th June 2021

Welcome Address
Shaun Watson & Liz Foote

HIV Nursing & COVID
Eileen Nixon, Brighton & Sussex University Trust

The Psychological Cost of Caring in HIV Nurses
Matthew Wills, Sheffield Hallam University
Michelle Croston, Manchester Metropolitan University

Advanced Nursing Practice in HIV
Moses Shongwe, Barts Health NHS Trust

ViiV Company Symposium

NICHE Research Programme
Janey Sewell, University College London


Education Strategy
John McLuskey, University of Nottingham

NHIVNA/STIF competencies
Jonathan Roberts, Royal Sussex County Hospital

Journal Update
Liz Foote, Sussex Community NHS FT & Chair Elect, NHIVNA

Research Update
Kemoh Rogers, University of East Anglia & Kirstie Salthouse, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

ViiV Satellite Symposium What HIV care will look like in the future and what do we need to do now in order to prepare for that?
Patricia Anderson
Michelle Croston

Thursday 17th June 2021

Case Studies

HIV and health inequalities in Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities’
Marc Thompson, The Love Tank
Dr Rageshri Dhairyawan, Barts Health NHS Trust

Gilead Satellite Symposium - Rethinking Mental Health: Optimising mental health assessment within annual health review for PLHIV
Sandra Hayes, Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust
Susie Gyampo, Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Shimu Khamlichi, Royal Free Hospital, London

HIV Care in Immigration and Detention Centres
Catherine Gatford & Karen Cundy, University Hospitals of Derby & Burton

MSD Satellite Symposium - Person-centred care: More than just suppression
Treatment Choice - Shaun Watson, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London
Living Well with HIV: Metabolic considerations, lipids, CV complications & women - Ana Milinkovic, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London

Late Diagnosis
Overview - Lucy Lynch, Public Health England
Nurse & Patient Perspective - Eimear Kealey, Royal Liverpool Hospital

Do You Remember Why?
Compiled by Sian Edwards, Jane Bruton and Martin Jones
Interviews from the project ‘The AIDS Era; an oral history of UK health care workers’
Sian Edwards, Melbourne

Top 10
Shaun Watson & Joe Phillips, NHIVNA

Conference Summary & Close
Shaun Watson & Joe Phillips

Conference Sponsors