CHIVA Parallel sessions (BHIVA Autumn Conference 2015)

November 12, 2015 to November 13, 2015

 

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CHIVA Parallel Sessions in BHIVA Autumn Conference

 

12–13 November 2015, QEII Centre, London, UK

 

Download the Final Programme


This year's BHIVA Autumn Conference was once again held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in the heart of London. The conference was considered extremely successful and received very positive feedback from delegates. As customary the BHIVA Autumn Conference included parallel sessions with the Children's HIV Association (CHIVA). Presentations from these sessions can be downloaded below.

Welcome Address by the Chair of the Children's HIV Association

Dr Amanda Williams
London North West Healthcare NHS Trust

CHIVA Parallel Session 1

Implications of the START Study findings for paediatric HIV treatment
Dr Anna Turkova, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

Managing toxicity, side effects and adherence
Miss Maren Koros, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

Managing toxicity, side effects and adherence
Miss Katie Rowson, MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL, London

Social support for children under 13 who know their diagnosis: including feedback from CHIVA Summer Camp and other camps
Ms Amanda Ely, CHIVA Projects

CHIVA Plenary Lecture

CHIVA Parallel Session 2

Learning from the Science Museum and NCB Participator Project
Miss Emily Hamblin, National Children's Bureau

Women who decline HIV testing in pregnancy: a survey of local policy & practice
Dr Laura Byrne, UCL Institute of Child Health, London

What impact do children’s attachment styles have on the health care relationship? Practical considerations for healthcare workers
Dr Tomás Campbell, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, London

CHIVA Parallel Session 3

CHIVA Projects Update
Ms Amanda Ely, CHIVA Projects

CHIVA Youth Committee Update
CHIVA Youth Committee

A multidisciplinary approach to managing transition

The young person's perspective
CHIVA Youth Committee

The teacher's perspective
Mrs Gina Macrae, Reddish Vale High School, Stockport

The healthcare professional's perspective
Ms Sara Ayres and Dr Sarah Fidler, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London

The psychologist's perspective
Dr Kathy White, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Transition in other chronic diseases
Dr Janet McDonagh, University of Manchester

Panel discussion

Close by the Chair of the Children's HIV Association

Dr Amanda Williams
London North West Healthcare NHS Trust

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