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Conference

Tough times for HIV services: Innovation and collaboration in the era of austerity

19 October 2016 11:00 am - 5:45 pm
London
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Registration procedure

Members

  • Each NHIVNA member is eligible to attend at least one study day free of charge during 2016. If a study day is oversubscribed, priority will be given to members who have not yet attended a study day in 2016.

  • If you would like to register please complete the registration form opposite indicating which events you would like to attend.

  • Return your registration form to the NHIVNA Conference Organisers as soon as conveniently possible, as places are limited, and in principle, will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Non-members

  • Please make sure you complete a NHIVNA membership form (www.nhivna.org) and attach it with your registration. (Please note that the NHIVNA membership year runs from 1st January to 31st December).

  • Please complete the registration form below and ensure that you fill in the payment section or attach the appropriate payment.

  • Return your registration form and your membership form to the NHIVNA Conference Organisers as soon as conveniently possible, as places are limited, and in principle, will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

BPS members

  • BPS Members can register for a fee of £70 to sign up as a member of NHIVNA, or pay £55. Please call to 020 8446 8898 to provide us with credit card details to make the payment

NCVO Society Building
8 All Saints Street
London
N1 9RL

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The full conference programme can be downloaded here.

Timetable

0915–0945 Registration and exhibition open

0945–1000 Welcome and introduction

1000–1015 Psychological audit: where are we now, one year on?

1015–1030 HIV Psychosocial Network

1030–1100 The effects of austerity measures on the health of UK based HIV organisations

1100–1125 The personal impact of austerity measures

1125–1140 Refreshments

1140–1200 Working with the reality: the psychological impact of austerity

1200–1230 Time and resource limited innovation

1230–1315 Lunch

1315–1345 Neuro-cognitive rehabilitation

1345–1415 Pop-up sexual health

1415–1445 Internet medicine: harm reduction

1515–1545 Refreshments

1545–1630 Where do we go from here and concluding thoughts

1635-16:45 Evaluation and close

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