24
Jul
2018
Meetings

Developing a good practice compendium on long-term chronic care for people living with HIV

Developing a good practice compendium on long-term chronic care for people living with HIV
Event Details
Date / Time 24 July
Venue Rosarium, Amstelpark 1, Europaboulevard, 1083 HZ Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Following the launch of multi-stakeholder recommendations on the long-term health, well-being and chronic care of PLHIV in the European Parliament last November, HIV Outcomes would welcome your support in ensuring that these ambitions for the health and well-being of PLHIV beyond just viral suppression become a reality. In an effort to achieve this, we aim to develop an online compendium of best practices – a “virtual best practice clinic” – to share existing best-in-class examples of chronic HIV care across Europe.

The outcomes of the meeting will feed into the online best practice compendium, a summary of which will be presented at our next European Parliament event in late 2018.

  • Agenda
    Timings are local to the event's time-zone
    • 6.00pm

      Welcome reception and registration

    • 6.30pm

      Welcome and introduction

      • Nikos Dedes, Chair, European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG)
    • 6.40pm

      Making long-term health ambitions for people living with HIV a reality

      Moderated by: Jane Anderson, Consultant Physician, Homerton University Hospital, London

      Case studies presented by:

      • Antonella d’Arminio Monforte, Director of Clinic of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, University of Milan
      • Peter Månehall, Advocacy Officer, HIV Sweden

      Followed by roundtable discussion

    • 7.45pm

      HIV Outcomes survey results on what data national health systems currently collect and are able to collect

      • Jeffrey Lazarus, Associate Professor, ISGlobal, Hospital Clinic, University of Barcelona
    • 7.55pm

      Concluding remarks and next steps

      • Nikos Dedes, Chair, European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG)
    • 8.00pm

      End of event

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Initiative Partners
  • Aids Action Europe
  • AFEW International
  • East Europe and Central Asia Union of PLWH
  • European AIDS Treatment Group
  • Gilead
  • ViiV Healthcare
This initiative is enabled by sponsorship provided by Gilead Sciences and ViiV Healthcare.