Programme

Main sessions

There will be 3 webinar-type sessions in which the presentations can be viewed and the speakers are present to answer any questions that may arise.

The sessions will have the following structure:

  • 10’ Welcome and presentation of the speakers
  • 25’ Communication 1 + questions
  • 5’ Break
  • 25’ Communication 2 + questions
  • 5’ Closure

Presentations can be viewed from the website a few days after the oral presentation.

Round Tables

Presenters are members of the scientific committee. They will allow interactive discussion of the topics presented during the sessions from the previous weeks. A part from some questions raised from the previous sessions, attendees will be able to make several questions about the topics listed below.

Tuesday October 20th

05:00-06:30 pmΒ CEST

Current mental health problems issues in people living with HIV / AIDS in the post-CoVID19 era. Part 1.

Discussors: Gabriele Arendt and Ignacio PΓ©rez-ValeroΒ Β Β 

  • Aging and CoVID19. FΓ‘tima BraΓ±as. Madrid, Spain
  • Neuropsychological aspects. JosΓ© MuΓ±oz-Moreno. Barcelona, Spain

Thursday October 22th

05:00-06:30 pmΒ CEST

Current mental health problems issues in people living with HIV / AIDS in the post-CoVID19 era. Part 2.

Discussors: Annemiek SchadΓ© and Guida Da PonteΒ 

  • Self-care promotion. Mina Kakaiya. London, United Kingdom
  • Drug use. Helen Dolengevich. Madrid, Spain

Tuesday October 27th

05:00-06:30 pm CET

Current mental health problems issues in people living with HIV / AIDS in the post-CoVID19 era. Part 3.

Discussors: Andrea Calcagno and Alan Winston

  • Psychiatric disorders. Milton Wainberg. New York, USA
  • Neurological Complications of COVID-19. Scott Letendre. San Diego, USA

Thursday October 29th

05:00-06:30 pm CET

Round Table 1

Neuropsychiatric aspects of HIV patients with CoVID19.Β 

Discussion: Milton Wainberg, Annemiek SchadΓ©, Guida Da Ponte, J.A. MuΓ±oz-Moreno, Ignacio PΓ©rez-Valero.

  • Psychological aspects of people living with HIV during lockdown
  • CoVID19 related neuropsychiatric disorders in the post-CoVID19 era
  • Drug-drug interactions with psychofarmocological treatments
  • Psychological treatment of posttraumatic stress disorders and pathological grief

Tuesday November 3rd

05:00-06:30 pm CET

Round Table 2

Neuropsychological aspects of HIV patients with CoVID19.

Discussion: Scott Letendre, Andrea Calcagno, Gabriele Arendt and Alan Winston

  • Common characteristics and CNS tropism of SARS-CoV-2 and HIV
  • Role of acute and chronic inflammation
  • Long-term effects of SARS-CoV-2 on CNS
  • Drug-drug interactions

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