CPD Activities

Annual HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment Scientific Conference


Annual HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment Scientific Conference


Starting on :08:00 AM 19 September, 2016 Venue:Weston Hotel
Ending on :07:00 PM 19 September, 2016 Max Credits:5.00
Moderator:No Activity Moderator Activity Cost: Free Order

Presenters

1. Dr. Nduku Kilonzo
Head, NACC
National AIDs Control Council

2. Prof. Sylvia Ojoo
Clinical Professor of Medicine with the Clinical Infectious Diseases Division of the University of Maryland Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore

3. Dr. Kevin De Cock
Director CDC Kenya
Centres for Disease Control

4. Miss Mitchelle Moorhouse
Works with Wits RHI, actively involved in clinical work, research and teaching
Wits RHI

5. Dr. Goli Haidari
Speciality registrar, Genitourinary Medicine, Guy's&St. Thomas NHS Foundation Trust, London UK
Imperial College of London

6. Prof. Ruth Nduati
University of Nairobi
University of Nairobi

7. Dr. Shannon Hader
Director, Division of Global HIV/AIDS, Centre of Global Health
DGHA

8. Dr. N. Kumarasamy
Chief Medical Officer at YRGCARE
YRGCARE

9. Dr. Mas Chaponda
Consultant Physician in infectious diseases and HIV
Tropical Infectious Diseases Unit, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

10. Dr. Natella Rakhmanina
Professor of Pediatrics
George Washington University

11. Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr
University professor of Epidemiology and Medicine
Columbia Mailman School of Public Health

Description

The theme for the conference is 'Achieving HIV Epidemic Control In Kenya"

This is a 3 and a half day conference that will offer an exciting scientific program, composed of plenary presentations and abstract driven sessions presenting on research, program and implementation experience and clinical case discussions in relation to the conference theme.

The conference will; bring together over 600 local and international participants.

 


Objectives

The conference will provide a forum for share new knowledge and education with clinicians on HIV prevention and the management of HIV exposed and infected persons.





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