Past workshops14th International Workshop on Adverse Drug Reactions and Co-morbidities in HIV 19–21 July 2012, Washington, DC
The 2012 scientific programme included an international panel of plenary speakers, covering a breadth of new topics and emerging issues in HIV, as well as roundtable discussions and a new session on HIV–HCV coinfection. Webcasts from previous meetings can be viewed here.
3rd International Transplant Infectious Disease Conference 29-30 September 2007, Prague, Czech Republic
This Conference was held in collaboration with The Transplantation Society (TTS) and the European Society for Organ Transplantation (ESOT). The meeting consisted of a series of plenary sessions and provided an opportunity for delegates to discuss and debate key topics, including herpesvirus and hepatitis infections, BK virus and BK nephropathy, new and emerging fungal and bacterial pathogens, pandemic influenza, and the research agenda for the next 5-10 years. The webcast from this conference can be viewed here.
7th International Symposium on Diabetic Neuropathy 29 November- 2 December 2006, Cape Town, South Africa
A truly global meeting focused on the science, diagnosis, current management and cutting-edge therapies for diabetic neuropathies and their complications, with particular emphasis on the diabetic foot. There was wide participation from internationally renowned key opinion-leading clinicians in the field.
European Viral Hepatitis Educational Initiativce Workshop 23–24 November 2006, Frankfurt, Germany
The European Viral Hepatitis Educational Initiative (EVHEI) workshop consisted of a series of plenary and discussion sessions, providing an expert forum for the review and formulation of good practice in the treatment of hepatitis. The workshop was EACCME acrredited.
1st European Update on Lipodystrophy and Complications in HIV 19–20 May 2006, Madrid, Spain
This EACCME accredited European update meeting consisted of a series of review presentations on topics related to the development and management of lipodystrophy and other treatment complications in HIV infection. The workshop provided a stimulating forum for delegates to discuss and debate clinical management strategies designed to minimise the risks of developing treatment-related complications.
Therapies for Viral Hepatitis Workshop 2-3 November 2004, Boston, MA, USA
This workshop served as an international arena with a focus on early stages of drug development, state of the art presentations, emerging therapies and new drug targets in hepatitis B and C.
Lipodystrophy Clinic Preceptorship Programme 16-17 October 2006, London, UK
Effective management of HIV-associated lipodystrophy and other metabolic adverse events is a key clinical consideration and can have a major impact on the quality of life of people with HIV. This programme included a series of highly interactive workshops that allowed small groups of specialists, physicians and nurses to gain knowledge of how the multidisciplinary approach to the clinical management of lipodystrophy is undertaken at large HIV treatment centres around Europe.