BIA Trainees’ Day 16th May 2018
BIA Annual Scientific Day 17th May 2018

Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT

BIA Trainees’ Day 16th May 2018

Careers for Infections in Juniors 16th May 2018 5pm onwards

A FREE evening event aimed at senior medical students, and all doctors below registrar level contemplating a career in Infection related specialties including infectious diseases, microbiology and virology.

The evening is attached to the BIA Trainees’ Day and will be held in Cavendish Conference Centre, Marylebone, London after the Trainee’s day 5pm-8.30pm on 16th May 2018, with food provided.

The evening consists of a variety of topics including advice on working abroad and tips on how to successfully apply for specialty training, delivered by experts in their various fields.

BIA 21st Annual Scientific Meeting 17th May 2018

International Keynote Lecture

“Current management and latest research on the Management of Drug resistant TB”
Dr Francesca Conradie
Clinical Research Advisor, Clinical HIV Research Unit, Wits Health Consortium, Department of Medicine, University of Witwatersrand, Helen Joseph Hospital, Johannesburg South Africa

UK State of the Art Lecture 1

“Gut Microbiome”
Professor Barry J Campbell
Department Director of Postgraduate Research, Gastroenterology Research Unit, Department of Cellular & Molecular Physiology, Institute of Translational Medicine, University of Liverpool

UK State of the Art Lecture 2

“Clinical implications of HPV infection”
Professor Charles Lacey
Hull York Medical School, University of York, and GU / HIV Medicine, York Teaching Hospital

Associate Members Parallel Symposium, Thursday 17th May

This year’s associate members outbreak session is about Antimicrobial Stewardship and targeted at antimicrobial pharmacists, although Infection doctors may also find this of interest. We will be summarising national guidance on antimicrobial stewardship, explaining CQUIN targets and examining the impact of near patient testing and electronic prescribing on antimicrobial stewardship programmes.


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