2022 Autumn Meeting

Royal Marine Hotel

25th - 26th Nov 2022

25th Nov 2022

13:30

Registration

Tea/Coffee/Sandwiches


14:00

SSSTDI Annual General Meeting and Opening Address

Dr Fiona Lyons

President SSSTI


Session 1

Chairs:  Dr Aisling Loy, Consultant in GU Medicine, St James’s Hospital, Dublin 8

 


14:15

Abstract 1: PrEP@GUIDE; How is it going two years on?

S Hatton, D Murphy, L Quinn, E Devitt

GUIDE Clinic


14:30

Abstract 2: How can we improve PrEP access in Ireland?

F Ongolly

UCD, Dublin


14:45

PLENARY: ‘Free online STI testing in Ireland – Piloting this new service in midst of a pandemic’

Dr Paula Baraitser

Consultant Sexual Health, Kings College, London


15:30

Abstract 3: Has COVID-19 Changed Gonorrhea?

S McGinley, L McVeigh

Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast


15:45

Abstract 4: A novel interagency sexual health initiative for Ukranian refugees in Cork & Kerry

O.Jackson, C Ni Bhuachalla, C Darcy Walsh, M Hanrahan, K Purcell, M Davoren, P Barrett


16:00

Tea/Coffee/Biscuits


 

Sponsored Satellite Symposium:
Coming of Age: changing HIV and Sexual Health demographics in Ireland and beyond

Chairperson:  Mr Adam Stubbs, PhD, Medical Director, European Alliance Countries, ViiV Healthcare 

 


16:30

Real world data: Dovata in an aging HIV population, Brighton Hospital

Dr Giovanni Villa, ID Consultant
St James’s Hospital

 

Understanding the HIV treatment landscape in Ukraine

Dr Tetiana Kyrychenko, Ukranian Trained Physician
ViiV Healthcare Italy


 

Session 2

Chairs:  Professor Fiona Lyons, Consultant in GU Medicine, St James’s Hospital, Dublin

 


17:30

Plenary: Monkey Pox

Dr Derval Igoe Specialist in Public Health Medicine Dublin

Dr Joe Heskin SpR genitourinary and HIV Medicine London


18:30

Abstract 5: Factors associated with monkeypox virus(MPXV) infection in the largest tertiary referral centre in Ireland

A Keane, A White, F Howley, S Murray, C Kerr, B Crowley, E Devitt, F Lyons, G Villa

GUIDE Clinic, Dublin


18:40

Abstract 6: Overview of Monkeypox cases in our region

L McVeigh, S McGinley

Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast


18:50

Abstract 7: The first 120 days of a public health emergency- the monkeypox experience in Cork & Kerry

N Murphy, O Jackson, C D’Arcy Walsh, O Bruton, A Sheahan, P Barrett


19:00

Abstract 8: Building trust in risk communications and community engagement during the monkeypox outbreak in Ireland 2022

A Shanley, P Burke, A Ghafoor Butt, M Kelly, M Kirby, P Dineen, F Kelly, Y Morrissey, K MacKenzie, R Conway


20:00

SSSTDI Society Dinner

Royal Marine Hotel, Martello Suite


26th Nov 2022

 

Session 3

Chairs: Dr Say Quah, Consultant in GU Medicine, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast

 


09:30

Abstract 9: Recreational drug use (RDU) and ‘chemsex’ among men having sex with men (MSM) in Ireland - Findings from the European MSM internet study (EMIS) 2017

F P Daly, K O’Donnell, M Davoren, C Noone, P Weatherburn, M Quinlan, S Clarke, F Lyons, D Igoe, P Barrett


09:45

Abstract 10: Beyond the Usual Suspects – Investigating a non-resolving case of severe epididymo-orchitis

M McIntyre, H Bond

Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast


10:00

Abstract 11: Clinical Audit of Mycoplasma Genitalium (MG). Testing and Treatment in a Specialist Service

A Garami, S Dooley, J Craig, F Lyons

GUIDE Clinic, Dublin


10:15

PLENARY: ‘ Recurrant Vulvovaginal Candidiasis – Update of BASHH guideline’

Dr Riina Richardson DDS, PhD, FRCPath (Medical Microbiology) FECMM, PGCertMedEd

Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, UK


11:00

Tea/Coffee/Biscuits


 

Sponsored Satellite Symposium GILEAD

Chair: Dr Carol Emerson, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast

 


11:30

Find your Four: Gilead HIV Patient resources (non- promotional talk)

Mr Ross Hamilton Shaw, MPharm

MRPharmS


11:40

Confidence Matters – Long -Term Treatment Success in HIV

Speakers:

Dr Mark Lawton Royal Liverpool Hospital UK
Heather O’Rafferty and Jane Leonard, St James’s Hospital Dublin


 

Session 4

Chair: Dr Grainne Courtney, Consultant in GU Medicne, Gay Mens Health Service

 


12:30

Abstract 12: An Evaluation of Grindr as an Outreach Tool for Harder to Reach Populations of ghMSM in Ireland

M Doyle, Outreach worker

Mpower at HIV Ireland


12:30

Abstract 13: Survey of services: meeting the care needs of people living with HIV in Ireland

R Metrustry, C Hurley, F Lyons


13:00

Closing remarks and prize giving