Presentations – 4th Healthy Living with HIV


Day 1 - Friday, 13 September 2019


Meulbroek, Michael 2019What are the remaining challenges to improve the quality of life of people living HIV?
Michael Meulbroek
BCN Checkpoint, Spain

 Session 1: PrEP - from Clinic to Community
Chairs: Pep Coll & Donn Colby 

Colby, Donn 2019 120PrEP - Overcoming Challenges - Lessons from Asia
Donn Colby, MD, MPH
Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre, Thailand



Coll, Pep 2016PrEP Rollout in Europe - Current Update
Pep Coll, MD
AIDS Research Institute-IrsiCaixa, Spain



Meulbroek, Michael 2019PrEP - remaining community needs
Michael Meulbroek
BCN Checkpoint, Spain


 Round table discussion:
(Not all are available at this time)
Moderator: Pep Coll

Implementation status of PrEP in Sweden - Anders Sönnerborg
Implementation status of PrEP in France - Daniela Rojas Castro

Implementation status of PrEP in the Netherlands - Kees Brinkman


Implementation status of PrEP in the Czech Republic - David Jilich


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

 Session 2: Safe sex practice
Chairs: Josep M. Llibre & Charles Boucher

Watson, Shaun 2018 120x160Sexual Health Counseling
Shaun Watson
Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom



Molto, Jose 2013ChemSex - DDI interactions
Jose Molto, MD, PhD
Hospital Universitari Germans Trias i Pujol, Spain


 Abstract-driven presentations 
 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
 HIV-related stigma and quality of life outcomes among people living with HIV in the Netherlands
(Not yet available)

Yvonne Van Der Kooij
 Country specific factors determine the quality of life among people with HIV in two western European countries
Stephanie Popping
 Hiv mental health care: a stepped care model to improve quality of life in people living with HIV
(Not yet available)

Marie Jose Kleene
 An online survey of the quality of life in patients with HIV-infection in Krasnodar
Maxim Konyukhov

Day 2 - Saturday, 14 September 2019

 Session 3 Factors affecting Quality of Life
Chairs: Kees Brinkman & Bernhard Haas
 Duracinsky, Martin 2017 120x160Importance of patient recorded outcomes
(Not yet available)

Martin Duracinsky, MD, PhD
RESAT Recherche Evaluation Sante, Bicetre Hospital, France

Waters, Laura 2016Obesity and HIV Treatment - Knowns and unknowns
Laura Waters, MD
Central & North West London NHS Trust, United Kingdom


 Abstract-Driven Presentations 
 HIV and Ageing – Primary and secondary prevention of coronary artery disease among People living with HIV
Gaetano Marrone
 Very low sensitivity of Fracture Risk Assessment Tool in young HIV-infected patients: The need for new screening strategies
Berend van Welzen
 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
 Break-out Sessions
 Schapiro Photo 2008Translating resistance and pharmacology to treatment decisions
(No permission to publish slides or video)

Jonathan Schapiro, MD
Sheba Medical Center, Israel

Berk van den, Guido 2017, 120x160Using mobile devices to improve Quality of Life
(Not yet available)

Guido van den Berk, MD
Onze Lieve Vrouwe Gasthuis, The Netherlands

 Abstract-driven presentations 
 e-Health solution characteristics for PLHIV: a Portuguese experience
Gonçalo Lobo
 Usability of a Mobile Health Application (“APP”) on Older HIV-Infected Patients: An Emerging Tool for Care, Education and Prevention.
Jordi Puig
 Session 4 Future of HIV Treatment
Chairs: Laura Waters & Jonathan Schapiro

Calcagno, Andrea 120 x 160Clinical implications of Long Acting Antivirals
(Video not available)
Andrea Calcagno, MD, DTM&H
University of Torino, Italy