Janus Programme II Hepatitis B and C Co-infection

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This meeting followed on from our successful Janus I event in El Escorial in 2010 and again brought together experts from the fields of HIV, hepatitis & transplant medicine to consider the challenges and opportunities that new therapeutics will bring to this field, specifically those relating to improving education and empathy of health care professionals working between these disciplines.

REPORTS (PDF) :  Evaluation  |  Programme

“It has helped me understand more about HIV, HBC & HCV co-infections and the clinical implications and treatments’

 

VIDEOS

001: ALISON RODGERS: CURRENT ISSUES IN HIV TREATMENT & CARE


002: HBV CASE STUDY WORKSHOPS IN  3 GROUPS (DAY 1)

003: CHRISTOPH BOESECKE: EPIDEMILOGOY AND MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE HCV

004: MAUD LEMOIN: METABOLIC HEPATITIS


005: PATRICK INGILIZ: NON-VIRAL HEPATITIS (EXCEPT NASH) & HEPATOTOXICITY

 006: CRISTINA VALENTE: CURRENT ISSUES IN HBV TREATMENT & CARE

007: MAUD LEMOINE: MANAGING HBV IN THE RESOURCE CONSTRAINED WORLD

008: SANJAY BHAGANI: NOVEL ASSESMENTS OF LIVER DAMAGE- FIBROSCAN & BEYOND

 009: JAMES O’BEIRNE: END-STAGE LIVER DISEASE & TRANSPLANTATION

010: GEOFF DUSHEIKO: DAAS FOR HCV/HIV- PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE

011: HBV CASE STUDY WORKSHOPS IN  3 GROUPS (DAY 2)

Special thanks to our sponsors for supporting this meeting: MSD, ViiV healthcare, Abbott