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This one day, annual meeting, brings together healthcare professionals and allied professionals taking care of people living with HIV with central nervous system neurological manifestations.

The meeting is attended by HIV clinicians, HIV clinical academics, neurologists, neuro-radiologists, statisticians and basic scientists in the field of HIV and the CNS; both those working in the care of PLWH and those undertaking clinical research and basic science research. The format of the meeting is case presentations, invited lectures, research presentations and debates; all the sessions are highly interactive focusing on exchanging clinical knowledge and skills.

These highly successful meetings evolved after several clinicians and researchers in the field, identified the need for a forum to exchange information in this highly specialised area of HIV medicine.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accreditation for all previous meetings have been approved for by the Royal College of Physicians (UK).

Registrations

Friday, 3rd April 2020

Mecklenburgh Square 2 Queen Anne Street WC1N 2AB, London

“Due to travel restrictions imposed to limit the spread of coronavirus, we have unfortunately decided to postpone the 2020 UK HIV and the CNS day. We are hoping to hold the meeting later in the year once the situation becomes clearer and will let you all know as soon as a new date is set. If you have already purchased your ticket for the CNS day, you will be refunded the full amount”
Event Postponed

2019 Organising Committee

  • Dr. Alan Winston
  • Dr. Simon Rackstraw
  • Alex Everitt
  • Anton Pozniak
  • Nick Davies
  • Hadi Manji
  • Elizabeth Hamlyn

This is an independent meeting organised by both HIV clinicians and neurologist who care for people living with HIV with central nervous system disorders. Feedback and comments from all attendees at the meeting are crucial in helping to design the format of future meetings. Please do send any suggestions in the contact us section.

View the organising committee