© British HIV Association
Edited By: Brian Gazzard and Jens Lundgren
Impact Factor: 3.155
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 19/70 (Infectious Diseases)
Online ISSN: 1468-1293
The British HIV Association (BHIVA) has evolved from a fledgling organisation into a 800-member association with a commitment to provide excellence in the care of HIV-infected individuals. The aims and objectives of our association are outlined on the next page and have provided the foundation for our growth. The BHIVA Executive committee, led by Margaret Johnson, has tirelessly worked to establish the association over the last few years.
BHIVA holds two regular annual conferences, which encourages UK research to be presented in a formal setting and invites eminent international speakers to present state of the art data to BHIVA members. BHIVA has developed important links with other relevant organisations, encouraging exchange of information between international centres.
The European AIDS Clinical Society (EACS) is a not-for-profit group of European physicians, clinicians and researchers in the field of HIV / AIDS. Established in 1991, it now has over 200 members and it aims at bringing together scientists from all over Europe and helping exchange the latest information regarding clinical aspects ot the disease.
The Executive Committee of EACS consists of 10 members elected every 4 years.
The main activities of the Society are :
European Treatment Guidelines