Enduring Materials

Introduction

What are the remaining challenges to improve the quality of life of people living HIV?

Michael Meulbroek

BCN Checkpoint, Spain

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Session 1: PrEP - from Clinic to Community

PrEP - Overcoming Challenges - Lessons from Asia

Donn Colby, MD, MPH

Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre, Thailand

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Session 1: PrEP - from Clinic to Community

PrEP Rollout in Europe - Current Update

Pep Coll, MD

AIDS Research Institute-IrsiCaixa, Spain

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Session 1: PrEP - from Clinic to Community

PrEP - remaining community needs

Michael Meulbroek

BCN Checkpoint, Spain

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Session 1: PrEP - from Clinic to Community

Round table discussion

Implementation status of PrEP in Sweden

Anders Sönnerborg

Session 1: PrEP - from Clinic to Community

Round table discussion

Implementation status of PrEP in France

Daniela Rojas Castro

Session 1: PrEP - from Clinic to Community

Round table discussion

Implementation status of PrEP in the Netherlands

Kees Brinkman

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Session 1: PrEP - from Clinic to Community

Round table discussion

Implementation status of PrEP in the Czech Republic

David Jilich

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Session 1: PrEP - from Clinic to Community

Round table discussion

Implementation status of PrEP in Europe: what works - what not

Pep Coll

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Session 2: Safe sex practice

Sexual Health Counseling

Shaun Watson

Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom

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Session 2: Safe sex practice

ChemSex - DDI interactions

Jose Molto, MD, PhD

Hospital Universitari Germans Trias i Pujol, Spain

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Session 2: Safe sex practice

ABSTRACT

The relationship between the migration status and the Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) of people living with HIV: a study on the Swedish InfcareHIV cohort from 2011 to 2017

Gaetano Marrone

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Session 2: Safe sex practice

ABSTRACT

HIV-related stigma and quality of life outcomes among people living with HIV in the Netherlands

Yvonne Van Der Kooij

Session 2: Safe sex practice

ABSTRACT

Country specific factors determine the quality of life among people with HIV in two western European countries

Stephanie Popping

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Session 2: Safe sex practice

ABSTRACT

HIV mental health care: a stepped care model to improve quality of life in people living with HIV

Marie Jose Kleene

Session 2: Safe sex practice

ABSTRACT

An online survey of the quality of life in patients with HIV-infection in Krasnodar

Maxim Konyukhov

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Session 3: Factors affecting Quality of Life

Importance of patient recorded outcomes

Martin Duracinsky, MD, PhD

RESAT Recherche Evaluation Sante, Bicetre Hospital, France

Session 3: Factors affecting Quality of Life

Obesity and HIV Treatment - Knowns and unknowns

Laura Waters, MD

Central & North West London NHS Trust, United Kingdom

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Session 3: Factors affecting Quality of Life

ABSTRACT

HIV and Ageing – Primary and secondary prevention of coronary artery disease among People living with HIV

Gaetano Marrone

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Session 3: Factors affecting Quality of Life

ABSTRACT

Very low sensitivity of Fracture Risk Assessment Tool in young HIV-infected patients: The need for new screening strategies

Berend van Welzen

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Session 3: Factors affecting Quality of Life

ABSTRACT

Current status of HIV: the importance of comorbidities. Do we have to worry about the quality of life of our HIV patients?

Maria Jose Galindo

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Break-out Sessions

Translating resistance and pharmacology to treatment decisions

Jonathan Schapiro, MD

Sheba Medical Center, Israel

Break-out Sessions

Using mobile devices to improve Quality of Life

Guido van den Berk, MD

Onze Lieve Vrouwe Gasthuis, The Netherlands

Break-out Sessions

ABSTRACT

e-Health solution characteristics for PLHIV: a Portuguese experience

Gonçalo Lobo

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Break-out Sessions

ABSTRACT

Usability of a Mobile Health Application (“APP”) on Older HIV-Infected Patients: An Emerging Tool for Care, Education and Prevention.

Jordi Puig

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Session 4: Future of HIV Treatment

Clinical implications of Long Acting Antivirals

Andrea Calcagno, MD, DTM&H

University of Torino, Italy

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