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HIV in Women

HIV in Women

HIV in Women

Claire Naftalin and Harriet Wallace
Claire Naftalin and Harriet Wallace
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 01 Aug 2018
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Last updated: 08 Aug 2018

Reference: 191536

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Description

This session will explore the additional issues to consider over and above standard HIV care when managing HIV positive women.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Identify factors associated with increased risk of HIV acquisition in women
• Recognise how vaginal flora has implications for HIV transmission
• Recognise the outcome and toxicity of ARVs in women
• Identify gender differences in pharmacokinetics
• Recognise the social factors which affect the outcome of women with HIV
• Identify how cervical screening affects women with HIV
• Recognise how contraception has implications for women with HIV
Claire Naftalin and Harriet Wallace

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Claire Naftalin and Harriet Wallace
on behalf of Health Education England

Claire Naftalin -
Dr Claire M. Naftalin is a Registrar in Genitourinary Medicine and HIV at Kings College Hospital, London. She is in her final year of training. She has worked in several centres in London and Brighton and has a particular interest in HIV in women, particularly antenatal HIV care.

She has a keen interest in research and has participated in research projects, posters and publications during her registrar training. She plans to continue her clinical work and research interest both in London and abroad once she has completed her training.


Harriet Wallace -
Dr Harriet Wallace is currently a locum consultant in Genitourinary medicine at Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust. Her job role covers HIV outpatient care, integrated sexual health and contraception procedures. She completed training in Leeds, which is a UK high prevalence area for HIV, and serves a diverse group of patients living with HIV including a large female population.

Her interests include infections during pregnancy, sexual health in young people and syphilis. She also has a keen interest in clinical research and is active in departmental research projects.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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