2017 Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference joint with 2017 Australasian Sexual Health Conference National Convention Centre Canberra 6 – 9 November 2017

HIV&AIDS Poster Listing

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No.ThemePoster TitleFirst NameLast Name
1A
CMV Replication At The Commencement Of ART Affects T-Cell Profiles In HIV Patients During Immune RecoveryIbnu
Ariyanto
2A
Assessing Adverse Event (AE) Frequency Of 8 Potentially Interacting Medications (PIM) With Elvitegravir/Cobicistat/Emtricitabine/Tenofovir Alafenamide (E/C/F/TAF) Utilizing Phase 3 Clinical Trial DataDavid
Baker
3ABictegravir Has Potent Activity Against Wild-Type And INSTI-Resistant HIV-1 And Has A Longer Dissociation Half-Life Than DTG, EVG, And RAL
Damien
Fagan
4AWeek 96 Efficacy And Safety Of Tenofovir Alafenamide(TAF) Vs Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate (TDF) In Older, HIV-Infected Treatment-Naïve Adults
Robert
Finlayson
5APermanent Silencing Of HIV Transcription By Triplex Formation OligonucleotidesHaoming
Liu
6AExpression Of Chemokine Receptors On Inflammatory Cells In Skin Biopsies Of HIV-Sensory Neuropathy PatientsJenjira
Mountford
7B
Sword-1 And Sword-2: Subgroup Analysis Of 48-Week Results By Age, Race, And Gender
David
Baker
8BHigh Hepatitis C Cure Rate For Hiv-Hcv Coinfection And Hcv Mononfection In A General Practice Clinic
DavidBaker
9BAssessment Of Co-Morbidities And Service Level Requirements In HIV Positive Patients More Than 40 Years Old Attending Clinic 34, Darwin Afshan
Bhagat
10BNon-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Risk In An HIV-Positive Cohort On The Gold Coast, QldKaren
Biggs
11BDoravirine Is Non-Inferior To Darunavir/R In Phase 3 Treatment-Naïve Trial At Week 48Mark
Bloch
12BPhase III SWORD 1&2: Switch To DTG+RPV Maintains Virologic Suppression Through 48 WeeksMarkBloch
13BWeek 96 Efficacy And Safety Of Tenofovir Alafenamide (TAF) Vs Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate (TDF) In Older, HIV-Infected Virologically Suppressed Adults
MarkBloch
14BTreatment As Prevention: An Essential Aspect To Integrated Case Management Of People Living With Hiv With Complex NeedsInes
Bruss
15BA Systematic Review Of Predictors Of Adult Retention In HIV Care Shiraze
Bulsara
16BThe Syndemic Of Psychosocial Predictors Of Retention In CareShiraze
Bulsara
17BNavigating The Cascade: An Interdisciplinary Approach To Managing Complex HIV Care Complex HIV CareShiraze
Bulsara
18BComparison Of A Commercial Next Generation Sequencing Assay With In-House Sanger-Based Sequencing For HIV Drug Resistance Genotyping.Doris
Chibo
19BHIV “In- Reach” Model Of Care In A Tertiary Hospital: A Novel Approach To Improving In-Patient HIV Management And Optimising Engagement In HIV CareDanielle
Collins
20BHARP Models of HIV Care in Victoria
Katherine
Costello
21BEvaluation Of Screening Practices And Prevalence Of Osteoporosis And Fractures In HIV Patients Attending A Sexual Health ClinicNatalie
Davidson
22BHepatitis B/ Hepatitis C and HIV Co-infection: A Retrospective Study on the Profile and Outcome of Patients in Makati Medical Center
Arginino Romeo
Dorado
23BChanges In Multimorbidity Levels Among A Prospective Cohort Of People With HIV
Natalie
Edmiston
24BChanges In Lipids In HIV/HCV Co-Infected Patients Undergoing Sustained Virological Response To Direct Acting Agents For HCV
WITHDRAWN
25BHigher Baseline Multi-Morbidity Is Associated With Shared Care For HIV In Regional NSW
Alexander
Rankin
26BPatients With HIV And Coronary Disease: Are We Adhering To National Guidelines?Sam
Emmanuel
27BBarriers To HIV Testing Among Adult Women From South East Asia living in WACorie
Gray
28BGeneral Practitioner’s Experiences Of Testing People Born In Sub-Saharan Africa And South East Asia For HIVCorie
Gray
29BCommunity Engagement With People Living With HIV To Improve Health Services
Ruth
Hennessy
30BIt’s Complicated: Integrating A Set Of Cohesive Standard Operating Procedures (Sops) In Clinical TrialsRebecca
Henry
31BAntiretroviral Treatment Interruption In HIV Cure Studies: A Review Of The LiteratureJillian
Lau
32BAdalimumab Use In Tuberculosis-Associated Immune Reconstitution Syn-drome In A HIV PatientNilar
Lwin
33BPosterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome In HIV-Positive Patients: Case Report And Literature Review
Fabiola
Martin
34BA Clinical Audit Of HIV/Hepatitis Co-Infection Screening And Surveillance In An Australian Sexual Health Clinic
Sarah
Martin
35BIncreasing Prevalence And Risk Of Chronic Kidney Disease In HIV-Positive Patients: Changing Demographics Over A Six-Year PeriodMichael
Moso
36BPrevalence of HIV associated Sensory Neuropathy in HIV patients with Antiretroviral Therapy without Stavudine in JakartaFitri
Octaviana
37BA shared care model: preventing mother to child transmission (PMTCT) in HIV positive pregnant women attending the HIV immunology service Sydney south west local health district (SSWLHD) and Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick from 2000 – 2016.
Velma
Parkinson
38BThe Genesis Of A Peer Based Approach To HIV And Ageing.
Lionel
Rabie
39BSocioeconomic and Psychosocial Factors are associated with Suboptimal Outcomes in HIV-Infected Adults: A Case-Control AnalysisKrista
Siefried
40BRaltegravir (RAL) 1200 Mg Once Daily (QD) Is Non-Inferior to RAL 400 Mg Twice Daily (BID), in Combination with Tenofovir/Emtricitabine, in Treatment-Naïve HIV-1 Infected Subjects: Week 48 ResultsDon
Smith
41BA Shared Care Response To HIV Care Within Hunter New England Health Kylie
Voght
42CThe Playzone Project – Reinvigorating Health Promotion Partnerships With SOPVsDai
Aoki
43CIndia Is Moving Towards Elimination Of Paediatric AIDS By Reducing New HIV Infection Among Children Under Option B+ Treatment. Entoor Ramachandran
Babu
44CThe Role Of Health Facilities In Universal Coverage Of HIV/AIDS Services Among Pregnant Women In India.
Entoor Ramachandran
Babu
45CUse Of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (Prep) By HIV-Negative Men In Australian Serodiscordant CouplesBenjamin
Bavinton
46CA Growing Ageing Population Of People Living With Diagnosed HIV In Australia
Neil
Bretana
47CImplication Of Prep On Sex Workers
Udesha
Chandrasena
48CA New Approach To An EPIC Task
Brent
Clifton
49CPreping Peers - What Prep Users Are Saying To Peers Within EPIC-NSW Peer-Based ClinicsShaun
Powyer
50CA Shared Goal: A Collaborative HIV Prevention Clinic In A Regional SettingDanielle
Collins
51CComparison Between HIV Risk Reported By Clinicians And Hiv Risk Reported By Patients At Enrolment In Prepx
Vincent
Cornelisse
52CSexually Transmitted Infections As Hiv Risk Markers At Baseline In Prepx – An Analysis Of The Validity Of Eligibility Criteria
Vincent
Cornelisse
53CWillingness To Use HIV Self-Testing Among Queensland Gay And Bisexual MenJudith
Dean
54CHealth Promotion in a 21st Century Digital World
Luke
Donkin
55CWhat Does It Mean To Be Ready For Hepatitis C Treatment? Understanding Treatment Preparedness from a Peer Perspective
Bridget
Draper
56CRapido, Pronto! Characterising Clients Attending Rapid Hiv Testing Services In Adelaide And Melbourne
Bridget
Draper
57CNPEP: An Evaluation Of Characteristics, Sexual Behaviour And STI Diagnoses Of Attendees At A Sexual Health Clinic In Adelaide, Australia
Katie
Hobbs
58CIncreasing HIV Testing Across Priority Public Healthcare Settings
Shih-chi
Kao
59CPozQol - A Targeted Quality Of Life Measure For The HIV Sector In Australia
Gosia
Mikolajczak
60CCharacteristics Of Men Who Have Sex With Men Diagnosed With HIV At Non-HIV Specialist GP Clinics In Victoria
Clarissa
Moeira
61CCollaboration Between Government Primary Care Clinic And Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) To Increase Early HIV Detection Among Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM) In Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Abdul Hafiz
Mohamad Gani
62CThe a[TEST] experience beyond rapid HIV testing
WITHDRAWN
63CPreparing A[TEST] For An EPIC Expansion
Shaun
Powyer
64CJocks, Art And Parties – Delivering Innovative Sexual Health Promotion Through Gay Community Sports, Cultural And Social Groups
Dai
Aoki
65CChanges In Sexual Behaviour And Methamphetamine Use Following Commencement Of Prep Among Australian Gay And Bisexual Men
Garrett
Prestage
66CDoes Mental Health Drive Gay Men’s Sexual Risk Behaviour And Drug Use?
Garrett
Prestage
67CBeing Safe Is More Important Than Saving Face! HIV Testing Campaign For Chinese Community In St George, Sydney
Priyadi
Prihaswan
68CHow Can We Improve Partner Notification Following HIV Diagnosis? A Qualitative Study of Men Who Have Sex with Men in Melbourne, Australia.Jane
Tomnay
69
C“Breakfast Cereal, Glass of Orange Juice and My Prep”: A Qualitative Exploration of Adherence and Non-Adherence to Daily Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (Prep)Stefanie
Vaccher
70CHigh Adherence to HIV Prep Among Clinic Attendees Over 12 Months in the PRELUDE Open-Label Demonstration ProjectStefanieVaccher
71CHIV Testing Doesn’t Have to be a Drag: Reaching 1 Million In 4 DaysMichael
Wacher
72CPeer-Led Partner Notification: Informing and Empowering People
WITHDRAWN
73CBe-Longing For It: An Innovative Early Intervention Digital Peer Education And Therapeutic Tool For MSM Who Use Methamphetamines Jeremy
Wiggins
74C"From Top To Bottom” – Queensland Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (Qprepd) Demonstration Trial And Sexually Transmitted Infections
Sara
Yeganeh
75C“PrEP, Sweat and Tears - Challenges of the Queensland QPrEPd operational team”
Sara
Yeganeh
76CWhen Size Really Does Matter - Providing Prep Across Queensland
Sara
Yeganeh
77CHow was it for you? The first three months on the Queensland Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (QPrEPd) Demonstration Trial
Sara
Yeganeh
78DUse Of Sexual Networking Websites And Mobile Applications Among Australian Gay And Bisexual Men Benjamin
Bavinton
79DA Peer Support Outreach Model For Women With HIV From Hard To Reach PopulationsAlison
Boughey
80DVirtual Elimination of HIV by 2020: Leave No-one Behind
Donatella
Cifali
81DExpanding HIV Cluster Observed In Indigenous Population In Cairns, Australia
Damien
Fagan
82DTen Questions Closer To Understanding The Aspirations Of People Living With HIV People Living With HIV
Ruth
Hennessy
83DYour HIV Journey: a National Survey of People Living with HIV
Timothy
Krulic
84DConnecting Patients With Experts: Www.Htlvaware.Com
Fabiola
Martin
85DA Review And Strategy Of The Causes And Psychosocial Needs Of Same Sex Attracted Male International Students Affected By And Living With Hiv In Victoria For Non-Govermental OrganisationsJoel
Murray
86DWomen Living With Hiv - The Pathways From Dependency To InterdependencyEnaam
Oudih
87DExploring Post-SVR Hepatitis C Reinfection Risk Perceptions and Attitudes among HIV-Infected Gay and Bisexual MenSophia E
Schroeder
88DOutreach Into And Beyond The Emerging Spaces Of The Sexually Adventurous Subculture: Sharing Knowledge, Enabling Harm-Reduction And Strategising Relevance.
Timothy
Wark
89DOvercoming Cultural Barriers to Sexual Health Peer Education for Young Same-Sex Attracted Arabic and Middle Eastern Men
Timothy
Wark
90DThe Vulnerability Of Street-Based Female Sex Workers To HIV Transmission: An Explorative Study In 4 Cities In Tanah Papua, IndonesiaLuh Putu Lila
Wulandari