IWHOD UPDATE - IMPORTANT INFORMATION

IWHOD 2022
 
The 24th Workshop will be held from 24th to 26th March 2022 in Seville, Spain. 
Please keep these dates in your diaries.  Further information to follow. 
 

To keep the IWHOD spirit alive, we are launching a series of webinars in 2020 and throughout 2021. 

NEXT WEBINAR

25 October 2021     15:00 – 16:00hrs (BST)
HCV Cohort Research after DAAs: What questions remain and how best to answer them?
Chaired by Prof Karine Lacombe & Prof Stanislas Pol
 
Speakers:
Dr Daniela van Santen: Progress on HCV elimination using data from the International Collaboration on Hepatitis C Elimination in HIV-Coinfection (InCHEHC)
Dr Maria Requena: Residual risk of death in PLWHIV after HCV cure by direct-acting antivirals: impact of individual factors and health policies
Dr Sara Lodi: Methodological issues for estimating DAA effectiveness in real world settings
 
Panellists: Prof Karine Lacombe & Prof Stanislas Pol
 

Attendance is free but registration is mandatory. 

Please register here: https://ucl.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_N8ptoqeoTmOBTnsgoIctUQ

We look forward to you joining us!

Previous webinar information

12 July 2021 watch webinar 'COVID-19: the relevance of evidence to actions': https://mediacentral.ucl.ac.uk/Play/67696

Panellists: Prof Mary-Ann Davies, Prof John Gill, Prof Amy Justice & Prof Yukari Manabe.
 
Speaker Prof Sarah Walker: 'The UK COVID-19 Infection Survey: reflections on the path from data to inference to action'. 
Speaker Prof Dominique Costagliola: Does it make sense to compare the strategies of management of the COVID-19 epidemic in the different countries in 2020-2021?

 

26 April 2021 watch webinar 'How HIV has helped us respond to COVID: voices from the frontline': https://mediacentral.ucl.ac.uk/Play/63200 

Simon Collins (HIV i-base, London) interviewed HIV experts taking a lead:

Prof Karine Lacombe (Clinician at St Antoine Hospital, Paris), Prof Andrew Boulle (Public Health specialist at University of Cape Town, Cape Town), Prof Miguel Hernan (Methodologist at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Boston), Prof Roger Kouyos (Modeller at University Hospital, Zurich) and Prof Julia Del Amo (Policymaker at Ministry of Health and Social Policy, Madrid).

14 January 2021 watch Dragons’ Den: https://mediacentral.ucl.ac.uk/Player/j713HfH7

Moderators: Dr Keri Althoff, Prof Caroline Sabin and Prof Jonathan Sterne.  Speakers Dr Christopher Rentsch and Michael Traeger presented on the work done following methodological discussions at the last Dragons’ Den session at IWHOD 2019 as follows:

  • Dr Christopher Rentsch: Comparing methods to investigate interactions between alcohol and neurocognitively-acting medications on the risk of health outcomes. 
  • Michael Traeger: Effect of PrEP initiation on STI incidence among gay and bisexual men: Exploring the utility of a target trial approach using surveillance data.

16 October 2020 watch webinar: http://iwhod.org/portals/0/IWHOD Oct 2020-GSK_Tube_1080p.mp4

Chairs: Prof Marina Klein and Prof Stanislas Pol (IWHOD Scientific Committee members). Speakers and presentation titles:

  • Dr Daniela van Santen: Estimating trends in hepatitis C incidence among individuals attending primary care clinics that specialise in the care of people who inject drugs in Australia between 2009 and 2018.
  • Andreea Adelina Artenie: Diversity of detention patterns among people who inject drugs and the associated risk with incident hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection: Implications for hepatitis C prevention.
  • Mathieu Chalouni: HIV co-infection direct and indirect effect on the risk of non-liver-related cancers in HCV infected participants treated by DAA.

WORKSHOP'S MISSION The International Workshop on HIV and Hepatitis Observational Databases (IWHOD) brings senior and junior HIV and hepatitis observational database researchers together to advance the methodology and analysis of observational data. No other workshop or conference devotes attention to the methodology of setting up and analyzing observational data, despite their importance in providing critical information on population outcome in real world settings outside the controlled setting of randomized trials. We are once again aiming to include attendees representing cohort studies from all regions. As in the past, we encourage discussion of work in progress, so all data presented will not be publicised outside of the Workshop..