The European Workshop on Healthy Living with HIV utilizes multiple educational modalities allowing clinicians to develop their skills in a comprehensive and interactive environment. Besides interesting plenary talks and case discussions by leaders in the field, the workshop also includes interactive break-out sessions to discuss important questions in small groups. Participants will present their ideas and recommendations to the other participants, followed by discussion. In order to achieve greater learning outcomes and create more fruitful discussions, participants will be provided with pre-meeting learning materials to prepare themselves for discussions. Throughout the meeting, there will be plenty of opportunity for informal exchange between faculty and participants.
The European Workshop on Healthy Living with HIV will be a scientific, abstract-driven, highly educational 1-day virtual meeting comprised of:
- State-of-the-art lectures
- Keynote speeches
- Case presentations
- Abstract presentations
- Round-table discussions
Patient Related Outcomes (PROMS):
- Incorporating PROMs as a routine component of HIV Clinical Trials
- PROMs: Which really matter, how to determine them?
- Ethnic, gender and cultural consideration in PROMs and their significance
- State of the Art Lecture: Websites and Apps in the service of HIV healthcare professionals
- State of the Art Lecture: Websites and Apps in the service of HIV infected individuals
- Pitfalls of using E-medicine: social, technical, medical
- Case Report from different countries: Successful use of e-medicine in routine patient care
Adherence to Therapy:
- Improved adherence with non-PO medications: What are the data?
- Adherence in 2030 – What will HIV infected patients be taking?
- Cultural and gender related challenges in HIV drug taking behavior: What have we learned in 20 years?
Lifestyle and HIV:
- Interventions for healthier living in HIV infected patients: What are the data?
- State of the Art Lecture: Strategies to improve metabolic risk factors in HIV infected patients
- State of the Art Lecture: Long term prevention of reduced renal function in HIV infected patients
- Care Reports: Successful interventions to improve metabolic risk factors in HIV infected individuals
More information will be announced soon.
Click here to view the program of The European Workshop on Healthy Living with HIV 2019: HEALTHY LIVING PROGRAM