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The 16th Annual Resistance and Antiviral Therapy Meeting was held at the Wellcome Collection Conference Centre in London on Thursday 20 September 2012. Our international speakers included Dr Anders Boyd, Dr Bonaventura Clotet, Dr Viktor Muller and Professor Brigitte Autran.
Delegate feedback reported that the programme was varied and with many interesting presentations relevant to delegate's professional and educational needs. In total 138 delegates attended the conference. This number included 5 student scholarship winners and 4 community registration places.
The educational session: Management strategies in HIV therapy
Changing ART in patients with low-level viraemia
The update and feedback session
Five papers that have changed clinical practice in 2011–2012
Getting personal about treating HCV & HBV!
Hot news from international conferences
Plenary Session 1: Antiviral therapy for hepatitis C
Current options and the pipeline
Is drug resistance a threat?
Invited Lecture 1
Suboptimal HBV suppression in treated HIV/hepatitis B co-infection: mechanisms and management options
The UK HIV Drug Resistance Database Abstract Presentation Session
Is recent infection a major source of onward HIV transmission in the UK?
Sexual transmission of HIV-1 amongst black and minority ethnicity MSM in the UK
Protease mutations associated with atazanavir failure
Digital PCR for research and diagnostic applications
Plenary Session 2
Treating HIV-infected patients with high viral load
Is the virulence of HIV changing? A meta-analysis of trends in prognostic markers of HIV disease progression and transmission
HIV eradication: what is likely to work?
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Medical staff in career-grade posts who are enrolled with one of the Royal Medical Colleges for Continuing Professional Development will be entitled to receive CPD credits. This conference has been allocated 6 CPD credits and has been allocated the unique reference number 75831. Please be advised that the attendance list for this conference will be kept on file for reference by the Royal College of Physicians.