Friday, June 14th
Delivery of documentation.
Symposium 1. Living positive: The effectiveness and implementation of a guided online intervention for people with HIV and depressive symptoms.
Moderators: Guida da Ponte – Andrea Calcagno.
Symposium 2. A mobile app to screen for neurocognitive impairment HIV.
Moderators: Scott Letendre – José A. Muñoz-Moreno.
Understanding the role of patient reported outcomes in the management of HIV.
Oral Communications 1.
Moderator: Paola Cinque.
1.1 – Relevance of the QPC Cognitive complaints questionnaire as a guiding tool in the screening strategy for HIV‐associated neurocognitive disorders.
1.2 – Resting EEG‐LORETA and CSF Biomarkers in Patients with HAND.
1.3 – Exploring the Association Between the Route of HIV Acquisition and the Different Patterns of Neurocognitive Impairment.
Giulia de Zan.
1.4 – Remarkable Accuracy of the NEU Screen Detecting Cognitive Impairment in Aging People Living with HIV/AIDS.
José A Muñoz-Moreno.
1.5 – A Example of comprehensive neurocognitive assessment in a HIV population in Northern Italy.
1.6 – No evidence of neuro‐axonal injury following latency reversal with vorinostat and HIV‐specific vaccination in the RIVER trial.
Symposium 3. Prevalence of mental health problems among people living with HIV.
Moderators: Amnemiek Schadé – Alan Winston.
Workshops. Session without simultaneous translation.
– Scope of the problem: Ignacio Pérez-Valero.
2. Neurocognitive diagnostic methods:
– Clinical diagnosis: when neurocognitive impairment should be suspected?. Scott Letendre.
Presentation of 10-15 min. for each topic and 45-60 minutes of discussion with questions about screening, diagnostic, prevention and treatment.
Saturday, June 15th
Moderator: Alan Winston.
Oral Communications. Session 2.
Moderator: Milton Wainberg.
2.1 – Retention in HIV care guidelines: Addressing comorbidity to achieve UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets.
2.2 – Psychological adjustment to Human Inmmunodeficiency Virus (HIV) and psychosocial associated factors.
2.3 – A multidisciplinary approach between Consultation‐Liaison Psychiatry and HIV clinics in Portugal.
Guida da Ponte.
2.4 – HIV mental health care: a stepped care model to improve quality of life in people living with HIV.
Hendrik van Gorsel.
2.5 – Factors related to willingness to use PrEP among men who have sex with men from an HIV clinic in Mexico City.
2.6 – Using Syndemic Theory to understand the ChemSex practice from the narratives of a group of gay and bisexual men in Barcelona city.
Percy Fernández Dávila.
Symposium 4. Hot topics on CNS and HIV.
Moderator: Esteban Martínez
Special lecture. New insights into the pathophysiology of major depressive disorder.
Moderator: Jordi Blanch.
Closure and Farewell.