Annual Conference 2016

10th - 12th July 2016

Location:

Examination Schools, 75 High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BG

 

Thank you for attending the BASHH Conference 2016.

The next annual conference will be held 18th-20th June 2017 at the Europa Conference & Exhibition Centre, Belfast.

 

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Conference Presentations

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Digital sex and the city: prevalent use of dating apps amongst heterosexual attendees of genito-urinary medicine (GUM) clinics Malika Mohabeer Hart Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Click Here
Rates of asymptomatic lymphogranuloma venereum in men who have sex with men Tristan Griffiths Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Click Here
Saliva use as a lubricant for anal sex is a risk factor for rectal gonorrhoea among men who have sex with men, a new public health message: a cross-sectional survey David M Lee Melbourne Click Here
Inhibitory effect of an antiseptic mouthwash against Neisseria gonorrhoeae in the pharynx (GONE) among men who have sex with men: a randomised control trial Sandra Walker Melbourne Click Here
Self-taken extra-genital samples compared with clinician-taken extra-genital samples for the diagnosis of gonorrhoea and chlamydia in women and MSM Janet Wilson The Leeds Teaching Hospitals Click Here
Is a short course of azithromycin effective in the treatment of mild to moderate Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)? Gillian Dean Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Click Here
Digital health and remote consultations: views and experiences in sexual health clinic attendees Jake Bayley Barts Health Click Here
Triage review: should they stay, or should they go? Susanna Currie Central Manchester University Hospitals Click Here
Evaluation of a pilot of internet requested Chlamydia test kits in 25 - 34 year olds Deborah Shaw Public Health England Click Here
Use and perceptions of the Online Chlamydia Pathway (OCP): findings from qualitative interviews among people treated for chlamydia Catherine Aicken   Click Here
Hitting the bull’s-eye: partner notification real-time metrics Anatole Menon-Johansson SXT Health Click Here
Understanding the sexual appetites of men who have sex with men (MSM) taking part in a sexual risk reduction intervention after being prescribed post exposure prophylaxis for HIV after sexual exposure (PEPSE) Alex Parr Brighton and Sussex Medical School Click Here
Investigating attitudes towards HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis. A questionnaire study in men who have sex with men attending sexual health clinics Lauren Bull   Click Here
Establishment of a monitoring service for men who have sex with men (MSM) taking generic co-formulated tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF)/emtricitabine (FTC) as pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) against HIV infection Tara Suchak Chelsea and Westminster Click Here
Renal function at baseline and month 1 in the PROUD study, a pragmatic open label randomised trial of truvada as pre-exposure prophylaxis Iain Reeves   Click Here
Chemsex related admissions to a city centre hospital Chris Ward Central Manchester University Hospitals Click Here
Community viral load: A new population-based biomarker of HIV disease burden in Scotland Daniela Brawley   Click Here
Extra-genital samples for gonorrhoea and chlamydia in women and MSM: self-taken samples analysed separately compared with self-taken pooled samples Janet Wilson The Leeds Teaching Hospitals Click Here
Pilot study comparing self-collected vaginal swab with clinician taken vaginal swab for the detection of candida and bacterial vaginosis Pam Barnes New Croft Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne Click Here
A question of stability Hemanti Patel Public Health England Click Here
Rectal chlamydia infection in women – have we been missing the point? Harriet Wallace The Leeds Teaching Hospitals Click Here
Feasibility study to determine the time taken for NAATs tests to become negative following treatment for Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae in men and women Binta Sultan Public Health England Click Here
Trichomonas vaginalis - treatment and test of cure analysis in a GUM clinic population Gabriella Bathgate Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Trust Click Here
Behavioural factors associated with HPV vaccine acceptability amongst men who have sex with men in the United Kingdom Tom Nadarzynski Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Click Here
Human papillomavirus vaccination and STI screening in men who have sex with men. Clinical outcomes and factors associated with completion of a three dose schedule within one year in a clinical cohort John McSorley London North West Healthcare Click Here
Rapid fall in quadrivalent vaccine targeted human papillomavirus genotypes in heterosexual men following the Australian female HPV vaccination programme: an observational study from 2004 to 2015 Eric Chow Melbourne Click Here
Low proportion of men who have sex with men (MSM) tested for hepatitis C despite high prevalence in 2 genito-urinary medicine (GUM) clinics Thomas Pasvol   Click Here
Sexual function problems in British 16-21 year olds: cause for concern? Kirsten Mitchell   Click Here
Sexual and reproductive health consultations in an NGO primary care facility over a nine week period Charline Bradshaw Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Click Here
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), Mycoplasma genitalium and macrolide resistance in England Rachel Pitt Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Click Here
Implementing a test and treat pathway for Mycoplasma genitalium in men with urethritis attending a GUM clinic John Reynolds-Wright Brighton & Hove Sexual Health & Contraception Service Click Here
A qPCR assay that simultaneously detects Mycoplasma genitalium and mutations associated with macrolide resistance has the potential to improve patient management Terry Sunderland SpeeDx Click Here
Whole genome sequencing to predict Neisseria gonorrhoeae antibiotic susceptibility: toward tailored antimicrobial therapy Laura Phillips   Click Here
Is cefixime back? Trends in gonococcal resistance to current and previous front line therapies in England and Wales since the 2011 guideline change Hikaru Bolt Public Health England Click Here
An outbreak of high level azithromycin resistant gonorrhoea in a UK city - Actions taken by the clinical team and lessons learnt Jane Brown The Leeds Teaching Hospitals Click Here
Predicting STI risk among people attending sexual health services: Development of a triage tool for targeting behavioural interventions among young people Carina King Public Health England Click Here
The National HIV self-sampling service Luis Guerra Public Health England Click Here
Role of primary care in the diagnosis of STIs in England Emma Beaumont Public Health England Click Here
A partner notification bureau in action: outcomes for centralised management of positive gonorrhoea and chlamydia results from primary care by a sexual health service Gill Bell   Click Here
Are We Meeting the Needs of Young People? Justin Orme Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Click Here
What effect do practice visits have upon opportunistic chlamydia screening test uptake and case detection in primary care? An audit of 81 general practices in Oxfordshire Omotayo Adebanji Oxford University Hospitals Click Here
Partnership working to achieve successful health board-wide Hepatitis B partner notification outcomes Sam King Greater Glasgow & Clyde Click Here
Digital Ano-Rectal Examination (DARE) as anal cancer screening in HIV positive men who have sex with men (HMSM) - is it acceptable to patients? Tamara Lewis University of Southampton Click Here
Grindr© use by men who have sex with men (MSM) is associated with high rates of bacterial sexually transmitted infections Samuel Owen Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals Click Here
Are geosocial networking (GSN) apps associated with increased risk of STIs & HIV: A systematic review Matheus Almeida Barts and The London School of Medicine & Dentistry Click Here
Non-specific urethritis: can we be a little more specific? Genevieve Hirst Birghton and Sussex University Hospitals Click Here
SH:24 - User perspectives on an online sexual health testing service Harriet Pittaway   Click Here
Confidentiality and GP disclosure in GUM clinics Qiang Lu University of Southampton Click Here

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Prize Winners 2016

Undergraduate Prizes

  1. UG1

    Digital Ano-Rectal Examination (DARE) as anal cancer screening in HIV positive Men who have Sex with Men (HMSM) – is it acceptable to patients?

    Tamara Lewis1, Selvavelu Samraj2, Raj Patel1,2, Sangeetha Sundaram2

    1School of Medicine, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK, 2Dept. of Sexual Health, Solent NHS Trust, Royal South Hants Hospital, Southampton, UK

  2. UG5

    SH:24 - User perspectives on an online sexual health service.

    Harriet Pittaway1, Sharmani Barnard1, Emma Wilson2, Paula Baraitser1

    1King's Centre for Global Health, King's College London, London, UK, 2Department of Population Health, Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK

Poster Prizes

  1. P38

    HIV home/self-testing: a pilot project and service evaluation

    William Gibson, Rachel Challenor, Zoe Warwick

    Genitourinary Medicine Department, Derriford Hospital, Plymouth, UK

  2. P73

    If HIV-PrEP is made available in England, what are the resource implications for GUM clinic service providers?

    Koh Jun Ong, Nigel Field, Holly Mitchell, Sarika Desai, O Noel Gill

    Public Health England, London, UK

  3. P121

    Prospective comparison of charcoal swabs versus near-patient direct culture plate inoculation for the culture of gonorrhoea in high-risk patients.

    Annabelle Harrison2, Hannah Cheney-Lowe2, John McSorley1, Siobhan Murphy1, Gary Brook1

    1Central Middlesex Hospital, London, UK, 2Imperial College Medical School, London, UK

  4. P176

    Are sexually transmitted infections associated with child sexual exploitation in under 16 year olds attending Genitourinary Medicine clinics in the UK?

    Chris Ward1, Gwenda Hughes2, Holly Mitchell2, Karen Rogstad3

    1Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK, 2Public Health England, London, UK, 3Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Sheffield, UK

  5. P226

    Reattendance, retesting and test positivity among patients initially treated for chlamydia or gonorrhoea in a large inner city clinic.

    Sarah Bradley, John Saunders, Eva Jungmann

    Mortimer Market Centre, CNWL, London, UK

  6. P247

    Title: Can text messages increase safer sex behaviours in young people: intervention development and pilot randomised controlled trial.

    Caroline Free1, Ona McCarthy1, Paula Baraitser3, Rebecca French1, Kaye Wellings1, Karen Devries1, Sujit Rathod1, Susan Michie2, Graham Hart2, Julia Bailey2

    1LSHTM, London, UK, 2UCL, London, UK, 3Kings College Hospital, London, UK

Clinical Cases Prizes

  1. CC6

    Warnings are not enough - A case series of ritonavir induced Cushing’s Syndrome and adreno-cortical failure.

    Isabel Reicher1, Daniel Richardson1,2, Deborah Williams1

    1Brighton & Sussex medical School, Brighton, UK 2Brighton & Sussex University NHS hospitals trust, Brighton, UK,

  2. CC4

    Ocular syphilis on the rise: a case series

    Clare Wood1, Jane Wells2, Nick Jones2, Ashish Sukthankar1

    1Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester, UK, 2Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Manchester, UK

Oral Prizes

  1. O021

    A Question of Stability

    Hemanti Patel1, Gabriel Schembri2, Binta Sultan3, Catherine Ison4

    1Public Health England, London; 2Manchester centre for sexual health, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation trust, Manchester;3 Mortimer Market Centre, London; 4Bacterial special interest group

  2. O032

    Implementing a test and treat pathway for Mycoplasma genitalium in men with urethritis attending a GUM clinic

    John Reynolds-Wright, Fabienne Verrall, Mohammed Hassan-Ibrahim, Suneeta Soni

    Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust, Brighton, UK

Cathy Harman Prize

  1. Dr John McSorley, Central Middlesex Hospital, London, UK.

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