Posters NCHIV 2015

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Abstract-nummer Achternaam Titel presentatie
22 C. den Daas Determinants of never having tested for HIV among MSM in the Netherlands
23 S. Parkkali Factors associated with recent HIV infection among newly diagnosed STI clinic attendees in the Netherlands in 2014
24 A. Weijsenfeld Virological and Social outcomes of HIV-infected adolescents and young adults in the Netherlands after transition to adult health care services
25 M. Xiridou The sexual network of men who have sex with men in the Netherlands: who has a relationship with whom?
26 T.J.W. van de Laar Failure of donor selection: what can the virus tell us?
27 Boerma High levels of HIV drug resistance in treatment-naïve children in Lagos, Nigeria: original data and a systematic review in sub-Saharan Africa
28 Newsum Tracing the origin of the high prevalence of the hepatitis C virus NS3 Q80K polymorphism among HIV-infected MSM in the Netherlands
29 van Opstal Neuropsychological functioning and school functioning of children with HIV in a cohort in the Netherlands
30 Foppen Positive Voices, peer-to-peer research on quality of life with HIV in the Netherlands
31 de Munnik Let’s talk about sex: Barriers and facilitators for discussing sexual risk behavior with HIV positive MSM by HIV nurse consultants in the Netherlands
32 Marra Intention to vaccinate against human papillomavirus among HIV-positive and HIV-negative MSM
33 Medina Ramirez A Native-Like HIV-1 Envelope Trimer that Engages Multiple Germline Precursors of Broadly Neutralizing Antibodies
34 Joore General practitioners’ barriers to and facilitators of HIV testing strategies: a qualitative study
35 Joore HIV indicator condition-guided testing for early case-finding in primary care: a case-control study using electronic medical records
36 van den Kerkhof Native-Like HIV-1 envelope glycoprotein trimers derived from elite neutralizers from the Amsterdam Cohort
37 de Raadt Tackle the AIDS pandemic through community workers-and educators in South Africa, using the blended learning format
38 Bank Cervix screening in HIV infected females: adherence with guidelines and development of cervical dysplasia
39 Hoornenborg Early experiences from the Amsterdam PrEP project
40 Bil Low knowledge and moderate acceptability towards the prescription of pre-exposure prophylaxis among Dutch healthcare providers of sexual health clinics: a mixed-methods study
41 Voeten Internet-based partner notification for HIV: an additional tool for provider and patient, no magic bullet
42 Blokhuis Neurometabolite alterations associated with cognitive performance in HIV-infected children
43 Blokhuis The eye as a window to the brain: retinal structure associated with cerebral injury in perinatally HIV-infected children
44 Demirkaya Are patients with well-suppressed HIV-infection at risk for HIV-associated neuroretinal degeneration? A comparative cohort study
45 van den Dries Circulating Endothelium Cells, as a marker for vascular damage, are increased in HIV infected children
46 Connell Cross-Sectional Study on drug naive HIV-1 subtype C infected Individuals to Assess Co-receptor Tropism in relation to immune activation and TB status in a South African Cohort
47 Krikke No association between T cell activation and osteoporosis or osteopenia in older HIV-patients
48 Rokx First Experience with Dolutegravir as Maintenance Antiretroviral Monotherapy in HIV-1 Patients
49 Rokx Renal Toxicity due to Concomitant Exposure to Tenofovir and Inhibitors of Tenofovir’s Renal Efflux Transporters in HIV-1 Infected Patients
50 Burger Uptake of generic nevirapine and associated cost-savings in a Dutch HIV treatment centre
51 Blok The Effect of Rosuvastatin on Markers of Immune Activation in Treatment-Naïve HIV-Patients
52 Kleinrensink Treatment and pregnancy outcome in pregnant women with HIV infection diagnosed through opt-out screening versus patients engaged in HIV care before conception
53 Bosman Development and evaluation of sensitive subtype-tolerant HIV DNA quantification assays using real-time PCR and digital PCR
54 Smit High retention and viral suppression rates across all 27 HIV treatment centres in the Netherlands, but large variation in starting cART within one year after entry into care
55 Krikke Maraviroc intensification improves endothelial function in abacavir treated patients
56 Bastiaans Once daily darunavir/ritonavir in HIV-infected children 6-12 years old: a pharmacokinetic validation of model-based dosing recommendations (DAPHNE)
57 Krikke No improvement in endothelial function despite decreased plasma lipids after switching protease inhibitors to raltegravir in HIV-infected patients
58 Engelhard HIV care facility characteristics and the cascade of care in the Netherlands
59 Gotz HIV cascade of care: improvements in linkage to care at the STI clinic of the Public Health Service Rotterdam-Rijnmond, The Netherlands
60 Pistoor Changes in renal laboratory parameters and bone mineral density in treatment-naïve HIV-1-infected adolescents initiating therapy with INSTI-based single-tablet regimens containing tenofovir alafenamide (TAF) or tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF)
61 de Lange-Tichelaar Training healthcare professionals in resource-limited settings on HIV care and treatment: Implementation of a blended-learning training program in Sub Saharan Africa
62 Boerma Virological suppression among HIV-infected children in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis
63 Eeftinck Schattenkerk First experience with inferferon-free HCV treatment of HCV/HIV infected patients in the Netherlands