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TasP PrEP EVIDENCE SUMMIT

2013

2012

 

Controlling the HIV Epidemic with Antiretrovirals: From Consensus to Implementation

22-24 September 2013 • Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London

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The International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC), in partnership with the British HIV Association (BHIVA), Public Health England (PHE), and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), will host Controlling the HIV Epidemic with Antiretrovirals: From Consensus to Implementation, 22-24 September 2013, at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London. The summit’s goal is to provide a venue for the presentation of data related to and discussion about the implementation of treatment as prevention (TasP) and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in a variety of clinical settings.

IAPAC fully embraced two biobehavioral HIV prevention interventions in 2012 — TasP and PrEP — calling for their immediate integration into the existing HIV armamentarium as a means of significantly curbing HIV incidence worldwide. IAPAC made the announcement at the AIDS 2012 conference, where it unveiled a Consensus Statement entitled, “Controlling the HIV Epidemic with Antiretrovirals,” reflecting consensus reached by delegates of the inaugural Controlling the HIV Epidemic with Antiretrovirals summit held last year in London. Click here to access the 2012 Consensus Statement.

While the concepts of TasP and PrEP have gained formidable ground since IAPAC last convened this summit in June 2012, with numerous implementation and operational studies ongoing to investigate their utility, there remains much to learn about and plan for as we prepare for their integration into clinical practice. In addition, there are numerous challenges facing a variety of stakeholders as we seek to achieve the impact these biomedical prevention interventions — as part of a combination prevention approach — promise in the third decade of the HIV pandemic.

Following are conference presentations — uploaded at the end of each day of the conference. The conference organizers request that any use of these presentations should include citations to both their presenting authors and relevant conference information (e.g., Controlling the HIV Epidemic with Antiretrovirals: From Consensus to Implementation, 22-24 September 2013, London).

 

SUNDAY, 22 September 2013

WELCOME BY SPONSOR
José M. Zuniga, PhD, MPH

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Reaching Zero - Translating Commitment into Action
Michel Sidibé, MEcon
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 47MB)

PANEL 1: Guided by the Science - Advancing Policy Solutions to End AIDS
Moderator: Lord Norman Fowler
Panelists:
Michel Sidibé, MEcon
Hon. Catherine Gotani Hara
Hon. Raisa Bogatyryova
Kenly Sikwese
Deborah Birx, MD
Julio S.G. Montaner, MD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 104MB)

WELCOME BY SUMMIT PARTNERS
José M. Zuniga, PhD, MPH
David Asboe, MD
Jane Anderson, MBBS, PhD

WELCOME BY SUMMIT HONORARY CHAIR AND CO-CHAIRS
Brian Gazzard, MD
Kenneth Mayer, MD
Julio S.G. Montaner, MD
 
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 20MB)

PANEL 2: Combination Prevention - Why Pills Alone Are Not the Silver Bullet
Moderator: Kevin Fenton, MD, PhD
Panelists:
Frederick Altice, MD
Keith D. King, MPH
Elizabeth Bukusi, PhD, MPH
Sir Nick Partridge
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 107MB)

PANEL 3: Epidemiology and Economics - Modeling Scenarios for the End of AIDS
Moderator: Celso Ramos, MD, MSc
Presenter: Reuben Granich, MD, MPH
Discussants:
Carlos F. Cáceres, MD, PhD, MPH
James Kahn, MD
Viviane Dias Lima, PhD
Jorge Saavedra, MD
Harsha Thirumurthy, PhD
Alan Whiteside, DEcon
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 91MB)

 

MONDAY, 23 September 2013

JONATHAN MANN, MD, MEMORIAL LECTURE*
Anand Grover, JD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 40MB)

PLENARY 1: TasP - State of the Science Review
Wafaa El-Sadr, MD, MPH
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 49MB)

PLENARY 2: Moving the Ball Down the Court - Perspectives from Vancouver 2013
Julio S.G. Montaner, MD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 39MB)

PLENARY 3: Wrestling with Bioethics of TasP in a World without Universal ART
Jeremy Sugarman, MD, MPH
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 36MB)

PANEL 4: Implementing TasP - The “Consumer” Perspective
Moderator: Brian West
Presenter: Gus Cairns, MA
Discussants: A. Cornelius Baker; Nikos Dedes; Anna Zakowicz, MPH, MA
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 90MB)

PANEL 5: Implementing TasP - Country Perspectives
Moderator: Bertrand Audoin
Panelists:
François Dabis, MD, PhD
Javier Lama, MD, MPH
Fujie Zhang, MD, PhD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 95MB)

PLENARY 4: Who Pays and Why? Reviewing the Economics of TasP as Public Good
David Wilson, PhD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 52MB)

PANEL 6: Is Drug and Diagnostic Commodities Availability a Rate-Limiting Challenge?
Moderator: David Jamieson
Panelists:
Jeffrey Baker
Denis Broun, MD
John X. Pottage, MD
James Rooney, MD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 81MB)

PLENARY 5: Social Science Perspective on TasP - Challenges and Opportunities
Catherine Dodds, PhD
Marsha Rosengarten, PhD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 40MB)

PLENARY 6: Great Opportunity, Voice of Caution - TasP and the Caveats
Myron S. Cohen, MD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 56MB)

 

TUESDAY, 24 September 2013

PLENARY 7: PrEP - State of the Science Review
Kenneth Mayer, MD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 43MB)

PLENARY 8: Pharmacology Lessons from Chemoprophylaxis Studies
Marta Boffito, MD, PhD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 38MB)

PLENARY 9: Adherence to PrEP - Elements of Success
K. Rivet Amico, PhD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 51MB)

PANEL 7: PrEP Implementation - Perspectives from the Field
Moderator: Mitchell Warren
Presenters:
James Rooney, MD
Jared Baeten, MD, PhD
Discussants: Lut Van Damme, MD, PhD; Suwat Chariyalertsak, MD, DrPH; Sheena McCormack, MSc; Helen Rees, MD; Darrell Wheeler, PhD, MPH
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 96MB)

PLENARY 10: PrEP Trial Design - A Way Forward
Veronica Miller, PhD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 46MB)

PANEL 8: Progress toward Universal ART Access: Innovations and Treatment 2.0
Moderator: Meg C. Doherty, MD, PhD, MPH
Presenter: Marco Vitória, MD
Discussants:
Peter MacPherson, MBChB, MPH
Rosanna Peeling, PhD
Roger Teck, MD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 86MB)

PANEL 9: Optimizing Our Response - Addressing Gaps in the Treatment Cascade
Moderator: Carlos del Rio, MD
Presenters:
Jane Anderson, PhD, MBBS
Jonathan Mermin, MD
Discussants: Nathaniel Brito-Ault, RN, MSc; Dianne Rausch, PhD; Christine Nabiryo, MBChB, MMed; Jean Nachega, MD, PhD; Benjamin Young, MD, PhD; Andrew Amato Gauci, MD, MSc
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 88MB)

PLENARY 11: Metrics of Success - Avoiding the “Cascadista”/Micro Indicator Approach
Valerie Delpech, MBBS, MPH
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 52MB)

POSTER RAPPORTEUR’S REVIEW
Sarah J. Fidler, MBBS, PhD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 40MB)

CLOSING PANEL: Can We End the HIV Epidemic in Our Lifetime?
Moderators:
Kenneth Mayer, MD
Julio S.G. Montaner, MD
Panelists:
Deborah Birx, MD
Lucy Chesire
Kevin Fenton, MD, PhD
Noerine Kaleeba, PhD
Click here to play the audio recording. (Right-click to download — MP3 file, 76MB)

*Co-Sponsored by UNAIDS and IAPAC

 

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