BASHH Masterclasses in HIV

Please note that unfortunately due to the rail strikes on 16th March the HIV Masterclass has been changed to a Virtual Conference


The event will include medical updates on topics related to HIV as well as interactive case-based discussions and sessions on ethical and psychosocial aspects of long-term care for PLWHIV.

We have a fantastic programme of speakers with a wide range of expertise.

We continue to keep costs as low as possible for this meeting, and feel it offers excellent value including two days of education. Discounted rates will be available for BASHH Members.

£50 (for 2 days) – Consultant BASHH Members
£30 (for 2 days) – non-Consultant BASHH Members
£100 (for 2 days) – non-BASHH members

Thursday 16th March 

Session 1 – Dr Stuart Flanagan

0900 – 0915


Dr Stuart Flanagan

0915 – 1000

How Can We Tackle HIV Stigma?

Dr Nadi Gupta (Consultant GU/HIV Rotherham Sexual Health Services)

1000 – 1045

PreP Update

Phil Samba (Prepster, SIG Community Rep)

1045 – 1100



1100 – 1200

Common DDIs  

Portia Jackson (iCASH Lead Pharmacist and SIG Pharmacist rep)

1200 – 1230

SYMPOSIUM Sponsored by VIIV – Individualising treatment for PLHIV: A Case-Based Discussion

Dr Borja Mora Peris (Consultant GU/HIV Imperial College)

1230 – 1300



Session 2 – Chair Julia Bilinska

1300 - 1345

Pregnancy Guidelines/Antenatal Cases

Prof Yvonne Gilleece (BHIVA Chair, Cons GU/HIV Brighton & Sussex Universities Hospital)

1345 – 1430

Update on Menopause

Dr Shema Tariq (Cons GU/HIV, Mortimer Market Centre London)

1430 – 1445



1445 - 1530

Community Perspective

Susan Cole (4M Project, SIG Comm Rep) and Sophie Strachan (CEO Sophia Forum)

1530 – 1600

Panel Discussion re Women and HIV

(featuring Yvonne Gilleece, Shema Tariq, Susan Cole, Sophie Strachan)




Friday 17th March

Session 1 – Chair Julia Bilinska

0900 – 0905


Julie Bilinska

0905 – 0935

SYMPOSIUM Sponsored by Gilead: Managing long term kidney health for people living with HIV

Dr Leonard Ebah (Consultant Nephologist, Manchester Royal Infirmary)

0940 – 1030

Opportunistic Infections

Dr Lisa Hamzah (Consultant GU/HIV, St George’s Hospital, London)

1030 – 1045



1045 - 1215

Ethical Dilemmas in HIV

Prof Margaret Kingston (Cons GU/HIV Manchester Royal Infirmary) and Dr Mary Poulter (Cons GU/HIV, King’s College, London)

1215 – 1300



Session 2 – Chair Dr Stuart Flanagan

1300 – 1345

UKHSA Update on HIV and STIs

Dr Stephanie Migchelsen (UKHSA)

1345 - 1430

Injectables Update

Dr Emily Clarke (Cons GU/HIV Liverpool University Hospitals)

1430 – 1445



1445 - 1530

Vaccination Update

Prof Anna Maria Geretti


Thank you & Close

Stuart & Julia



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