Presentations

EATG Ageing with HIV Session in Glasgow
 
Tuesday 30 October, 12.45-13.50 hrs, Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow
Quality of Life Across Different Age Groups of People Living with HIV: A Community Perspective In collaboration with the European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG)

Moderators:      Lene Ryom, Copenhagen, Denmark and Alain-Volny Anne, Paris, France

 

12.45–12.50      Introduction and Project Overview: Koen Block, EATG

12.50–13.00      People living with HIV/AIDS aged 50+: Brian West, EATG and Giovanni Guaraldi, Modena, Italy

13.00–13.10      Children and adolescents (aged 0-25): Sanja Belak Skugor, Zagreb, Croatia and Caroline Foster, London, UK

13.10–13.20      People who have lived with HIV/AIDS at least 10 years (aged 18-50): Jackie Morton, EATG and Ferdinand Wit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

13.20–13.50      Panel Discussion

                                Georg Behrens, Hannover, Germany

                                Nikos Dedes, EATG

Ageing with HIV Project
General
Ageing with HIV Project – 50+
Ageing with HIV Project
Comments
Ageing with HIV – 0-25 years
Ageing with HIV – 0-25 years
Comments
Ageing with HIV Project – 18-50 year
Ageing with HIV Project – 18-50 year
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Phase 3 - NEW CHALLENGES AND UNMET NEEDS OF PEOPLE LIVING AND AGEING WITH HIV/AIDS AGED 18 - 50
Quality of Life and Preventive Healthcare , 3-6 May 2018 Alfavito Hotel, Kyiv, Ukraine
 
DAY 1: Thursday, 3 May 2018
18:00-19:30 Opening Session
Koen Block (EATG, Belgium)
Overview of the Ageing with HIV project
Fred Verdult (Volle Maan, The Nether
Long term health perspectives of people living with HIV in Europe
Paolo Gorgoni (Italy/Portugal, EATG)
Challenges and unmet needs - Patient perspective
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DAY 2: Friday, 4th May 2018
09:00 - 10:00 The Long-Term Management of HIV and Quality of Life
Patient reported outcomes measures t
Patient reported outcomes measures to enhance the person-centredness of care
Jeff Lazarus (CHIP, Rigshospitalet,
Beyond Viral Suppression: A European Initiative to Improve HIV Outcomes
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10:00 – 11:15 Sexual Health
Harriet Langanke (Foundation Sexuali
Sexuality and well-being, sexual dysfunction in women and men
Nikos Dedes (EATG, Greece)
U = U: what does this mean for people living with HIV and for people who cannot obtain an undetectable viral load
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11:45 – 12:45 Reproductive Health
Angelina Namiba (Salamander Trust, U
4M: Mentor Mothers Living with HIV. 4M Project: My health My choice My child my life.
Tamás Bereczky (EATG, Belgium/Hungar
Fatherhood and HIV
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13:45 - 14:45 Psychosocial well-being
Olya Panfilova (TEENERGIZER, Ukraine
Impact of HIV on family and social relationships
Rageshri Dhairyawan (Barts Health NH
Intimate Partner Violence and HIV
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15:15 - 16:15 Mental Health and HIV
Paolo Gorgoni (EATG, Italy)
The experience of living with mental health and HIV
Tamás Bereczky (EATG, Belgium/Hungar
Screening for mental health disorders in people living with HIV, Biomarkers of depression, Treatment fatigue and mental health
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16:15 – 17:45 Psychoactive substances and HIV
Ioan Petre (EATG/with HIV_Ioan PETRE
ART adherence and drug use - CARUSEL experience
Alison Boyle (Gartnavel Hospital, UK
Recreational drug use; how to manage drug interactions with HIV/HCV meds
Giulio Maria Corbelli (EATG, Italy)
Chemsex
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17:45 - 18:00 DAY 2 CONCLUSIONS - Koen Block (EATG, Belgium)
Koen Block (EATG, Belgium)
DAY 2 CONCLUSIONS
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DAY 3: Saturday, 5th May 2018
09:00 - 11:00 Comorbidities and Preventative Healthcare
Darren Brown (Chelsea and Westminste
HIV and Exercise
Joel Palefsky (Professor of Medicine
Cervical / anal screening
Oksana Savenko (Network of People li
HIV ageing and Tuberculosis: epidemiological situation, treatment programs
Karina Levandovska (Lviv's National
Oral Health
Andrea Antinori (National Institute
Neurocognitive impairment
Roberto Gnesotto (WHO, Ukraine)
Prevention and interventions addressing risk factors of NCDs
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13:30 - 15:00 Multi-vulnerability populations
Luca Stevenson (International Commit
Sex workers
Maureen Louhenapessy (AIDS Preventio
Unmet needs of multi-vulnerable migrants: what are the challenges to improve the quality of life and preventive health
Nataliia Moisieieva (NGO “Childhood-
Prisoners: HIV and access to care and treatment
Stephan Ballet Djedje (Africa Advoca
The Experiences and Challenges of African Migrant MSM in Accessing HIV prevention screening and treatment services
Anton Basenko (Alliance for Public H
People who use drugs (PWUD)
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17:10 - 17:30 DAY 3 CONCLUSIONS – Koen Block (EATG, Belgium)
Koen Block (EATG, Belgium)
DAY 3 CONCLUSIONS
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DAY 4: Sunday, 6th May 2018 
09:00 –10:15 HIV CURE - managing expectations
Giulio Maria Corbelli (EATG, Italy)
Overview
Giulia Marchetti (University of Mila
Current status of cure research
Christel Protiere (SESSTIM, INSERM -
HIV patients and health professionals viewpoints and preferences regarding hypothetical participation in Cure trials - The ANRS-APSEC survey
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10:45 – 12:15 The role of technology in HIV management
Konstantinos Protopapas (Attikon Uni
Diagnostics
Jenny Whetham (Brighton & Sussex Uni
The EmERGE project - mHealth in HIV
Alex Schneider (Life4me+, Switzerlan
Linkage to treatment and prevention through the use of technology. An introduction to Life4me+
Katie McAllister (Liverpool Universi
How do people living with HIV want to use technology to manage their health?
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12:05 - 12:45 Wrap-up: End of conference
Giulio Maria Corbelli, EATG
Key outcomes: Research
Mario Cascio, EATG
Key outcomes: Training
Koen Block
Closing & acknowledgements
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Phase 2 - Children and adolescents living with HIV/AIDS (aged 0-25)
Conference from 19 to 22 January 2017, Bucharest, Romania
DAY 1: Thursday, 19th January 2017
18:00-19:30 Opening Session
Koen Block (EATG, Belgium)
Wellcome
Otilia Mårdh (ECDC, Sweden)
HIV infection among young people in EU/EEA - analysis of 30 years of data reporting
‘Ana’, young person living with HIV
My personal journey
Rodica Floare Matusa (Baylor Black S
Long Term Medical, Psychological and Social Services for Children Living and Ageing with HIV/AIDS at Baylor Centre of Excellence in Constanta, Romania - Challenges and Lesson Learned
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DAY 2: Friday, 20th January 2017
09:00-10:00 Testing in children and adolescents
Mariana Mardarescu
(National Institute for Infectious Diseases, Romania)

Which tests? The challenges and obstacles in testing infants and young people
Eugine Mupakile
(Kabangwe Creative Initiative Association-Zambia working in partnership with Paediatrics AIDS Treatment for Africa, PATA-Cape Town)

The challenges of testing in resource poor settings in high prevalence areas
Ruslan Malyuta
(UNICEF)
Testing in resource poor settings in high prevalence areas - the challenges and obstacles
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10:00-11:15 Disclosure: how and when?
Mariana Mardarescu
(National Institute for Infectious Diseases, Romania)
Clinical practise in disclosure
Young person living with HIV
(Ukraine)
Personal testimony
Joachim Dörrfeld
(Kindergarten Nestwärme, Germany)
Open and Honest Practises when working with children
Magda Conway
(UNICEF / PENTA)
Making it understandable
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11:45-13:00 Paediatric ARV formulations
Carlo Giaquinto
(University of Padova and Penta Foundation, Padova, Italy)
ARV drug optimization for young people in different age groups
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14:00-15:15 Pharmacology of ARVs
Saye Khoo
(Institute of Translational Medicine, University of Liverpool, UK)
Drug-drug interactions and the developing body
Natella Rakhmanina
(Children’s National Health System, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation,USA)
Pharmacogenetics of antiretroviral therapy in paediatrics
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DAY 2 CONCLUSIONS
DAY 2 CONCLUSIONS
Koen Block
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DAY 3: Saturday, 21st January 2017
09:15 - 11:00 Development and co-morbidities in children and adolescents
Ali Judd
(UCL, UK; European Pregnancy and Paediatric HIV Cohort Collaboration; PENTA)
Cognitive function in young people with and without HIV in England
Kirommidin Gulov
(Equal Opportunities, Tajikistan)
Hepatitis
Joanne Potterton
(University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa)
Physiotherapy
Caroline Foster
(Imperial College London, UK)
Malignancies in perinatal HIV
Ana Maria Tudor
(National Institute of Infectious Diseases "Prof. Dr. Matei Bals", Romania)
Cardiac lesions in HIV infected children
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11:30 - 13:00 Sexual and reproductive health
Caroline Foster
(Imperial College London, UK)
Reproductive challenges and trends in long term HIV positive infections (male and female)
Lena Luyckfasseel
(IPPF, Belgium)
Sexual rights and sexuality
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14:00 - 15:00 Adherence and doctor–patient relationship
Caroline Foster
(Imperial College London, UK)
The importance of developing a relationship with your young patient and obtaining and maintaining an undetectable viral load
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16:00 -16:30 PEP and PreP
Natella Rakhmanina
(Children’s National Health System, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation,USA)
Pre and Post Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV in Children and Adolescents
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16:30 - 17:00 HIV cure and paediatric research
Sarah Fidler
(Imperial College London CHERUB Research Consortium, UK)
How latent reservoirs are established and maintained in children
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17:00 - 17:15 DAY 3 CONCLUSIONS
Koen Block
DAY 3 CONCLUSIONS
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DAY 4: Sunday, 22nd January 2017
09:00 –10:00 Mental health (and Physical rehabilitation)
10:00 –11:00 Transition services into adult care
12.45 – 13.00 End of conference
Bryan Teixeira
(EATG / Policy Working Group)
Key outcomes: Policy
Giulio Maria Corbelli
(EATG / European Community Advisory Board, ECAB)
Key outcomes: Research
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Sanja Belak Skugor
(Lux Vitae, Croatia)
Challenges of living with HIV and going through stages of development - impact on mental health
Marina Khalidova
(Sverdlovsk Region Public Foundation of the Social Projects Novoye Vremya, Russia)
Limitations and restrains for providing services for children and adolescents
Marthe Le Prevost
(MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL, UK)
Anxiety and depression in young people with and without perinatal HIV in the AALPHI cohort, England
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Magda Conway
(UNICEF / PENTA)
Transitioning from childhood to adulthood - where does HIV fit?
Young person living with HIV
(Ukraine)
Peer support
Ali Judd
(UCL, UK; European Pregnancy and Paediatric HIV Cohort Collaboration; PENTA)
Children and young people living with perinatal HIV in Europe: numbers and clinical outcomes in adult care
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Phase 1 - People Living with HIV/AIDS Aged 50+
Conference from 31 March 2016 to 3 April 2016, Berlin, Germany
DAY 1: Thursday,31st March2016
18:00-19:30 Opening Session
DAY 2: Friday,1stApril 2016
09:00-10:00 Testing 50+
Key topics:target preventionstrategies; standardized testing
Michael Meulbroek
Marta Boffito
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10:00-11:30 Co-morbidities
Giovanni Guaraldi
Frank Post
Caroline Sabin
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12:00-13:00 Co-infections
Key topics:TB-HIV and Hep C-HIV co-infection
Tracy Swan
Timur Abdullaev
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14:00-15:00 Disclosure and Stigma in Healthcare
Key topics: Disclosure, stigma in formal and community settings care settings
Jens M. Wilhelmsborg
Dahlia Ghassan
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15:30-17:00 MEDICINES 50+
Key topics:pharmacology and ARVs;drug-drug interactions, Self-management
Catia Marzolini
Marta Boffito
Catherine Boyle
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DAY 3: Saturday, 2nd April 2016
09:00 -11:00Mental Health and Neurocognitive Abilities
Key topics: Depression;Neurocognitive impairment; functional disability 
Tamas Bereczky
Jordi Blanch
David B Clifford
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11:30 -13:00 Specific Groups
Key topics: Drug users; Migrants;Trans
Jackie Morton
Shema Tariq
Adriana Curado, Ricardo Fuertes
Anaenza Freire Maresca
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14:00 -15:00 Health Policies and Social Care
Key topics: Health policies in Europe for 50+; social impact
Eleanor Briggs
Ian Hodgson
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15:30 -17:00 Wellbeing and Quality of Life
Key Topics: Sexual health; treatment fatigues; long term survivors
Shema Tariq
Darren Brown
Mario Cascio
Jeff Berry
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DAY 4: Sunday, 3rd April 2016
09:00 –10:00 Palliative care
Key topics: Palliative care and end of life in Europe
Damien Ridge, Dana Rosenfeld
Ian Hodgson
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10:30 –12:30 Research Gaps – Panel discussion
10:30 –12:30 Research Gaps – Panel discussion
Maxime Journiac
Lara Tavoschi-ECDC
Guaraldi Guaraldi
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Jackie Morton
Brian West
Bryan Teixeira
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Filip Josephson
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