Webinar: Monday, 26 June 2023, 7:00 PM

Understanding HIV drug resistance through case studies

Join Medical Chronicle for a free, one-hour, CPD-accredited webinar on Understanding HIV drug resistance through case studies. This webinar is sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific and will be presented by Dr Kay Mohamed and Dr Bronwyn Bosch.

This is the second webinar of the three-part webinar series on HIV drug resistance in patient management. 

Although HIV is a complex disease, it has been demonstrated that with early diagnosis, appropriate therapeutic intervention, and frequent monitoring, it can be well managed. Thermo Fisher offers HIV educational content here where you can find additional information on the value of molecular testing.  They offer several free-of-charge educational assets for your use as listed below.

  1. Free HIV Learning Guide: A Primer for Healthcare Professionals - A valuable resource that provides access to the most cutting-edge evidence-based information on HIV.

    Providing the latest evidence-supported information on HIV disease, epidemiology, testing, and clinical management while appreciating that this knowledge, like the pathogen itself, is constantly evolving. Offered in four modules using case studies, the valuable content is intended for diverse stakeholders including epidemiologists, public health and medical officials, healthcare advisors, scientists, laboratorians, and other health professionals who are managing and testing for HIV.  Our guest editors offer expert perspectives from Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, India, and Brazil.
Download the HIV learning guide
  1. Free HIV Drug Resistance Infographic:  A Reference Tool for Healthcare Professionals – A valuable educational reference poster that simplifies the basics of HIV drug resistance.

    One element of disease management is a solid understanding of HIV drug resistance – what it is, how it develops, and when and how to test for it. This infographic is designed to serve as a reference document for healthcare providers treating persons living with HIV. Clinical laboratorians, pharmacists and other ancillary professionals may also find it of value.
Download HIV drug resistance infographic
Presented by
Claire Rush

Claire Rush

  • Editor: Medical Chronicle
Dr Oby Okafor

Dr Oby Okafor

  • General Practitioner
Dr Kay Mahomed

Dr Kay Mahomed

    • MBChB (Natal) (1985)
    • DCH (SA) (1989)
    • DA (SA) (1988)
    • DIP HIV (SA) (2008)
    • HIV Management Course, Right2Care (2007)
    • HIV Management Course, Foundation for Professional Development (2008)
    • Higher Certificate in Management, Foundation for Professional Development (2011)
    • Advanced HIV Diploma, HIV Clinician’s Society (2020)
    • Member of the South African Institute of Healthcare Managers (MM51/12)
    • Involved in HIV teaching, training and patient care for the past 16 years.
    • Right2Care (2005-2012):
        • Lead Clinician
        • Best work ethic Right2Care (2008)
        • Worked as an HIV clinician at Right2Care, an HIV NGO attached to an infectious disease unit at Helen Joseph Hospital, which saw approx. 800 patients per day. Trained students, social workers, psychologists, counsellors, doctors and other healthcare workers in the treatment of HIV.
        • Trained nurses in HIV care. Piloted the down referral programme and thereafter NIMART training of nurses programme, continue to support the nurses in the programme with difficult patients.
        • Prepared doctors for the HIV diploma exams.Trained doctors for the HIV management course run by Right to Care and the Wits HIV unit, as well as for the HIV Clinician’s Society.
        • Trained nurses for the DOH nurse- initiated ARV rollout programme, and continued to support the programme in complex case management.
        • Set up and managed the adolescent clinic at Thembalethu Clinic.
        • Managed the IPT (Isoniazid Preventive Therapy) programme.
        • Assisted with the software development, Therapy Edge Programme.
        • Supported the Helen Joseph Breast Clinic in optimising care for patients with side effects.
        • Supported the Plastics Clinic in optimising care for patients with side effects.
    • RHRU/Wits:
        • Training of doctors for the HIV management course
    • Clinician’s Society:
        • Assistance with the Vula Programme (2020/2021)
        • Assisted with drafting adolescent guidelines
    • Anova: (2018 – present)
        • Training the yellow dot doctors for PEP and PREP
        • Training doctors on ARVs
        • Training of doctors for the Gauteng GP forum (2016/2018/2019)
        • Training of doctors for the Bonitas medical aid (2018/2019)
        • Training of Netcare doctors in HIV care (2015-2020)
        • Training of Life Hospital doctors in HIV care (2020)
        • Training of case managers for GEMS and Discovery
        • Training of renal physicians in the management of kidney disease and HIV for the Nephrology Society (2016)
        • Training of obstetricians on the management of HIV in pregnancy (2018)
    • Pharmaceuticals:
        • Training of doctors and pharmacists for Mylan, Cipla, Adcock and Activo.
        • Mylan webinar –  December 2020 (Zatanov / Myltego)
        • August 2020 (First Line Treatment)
        • June 2021 (First Line Treatment: Case Discussion)
        • Cipla webinar – July 2020 (DTG)
        • October 2020 (DTG in pregnancy)
        • Activo webinar – November 2020 (Ritoataz)
        • Advisory board of Mylan and Cipla (2020)
    • Corporates:
        • Training of nurses, social workers and peer educators for companies including Woolworths, Clicks, the Gazette and Telkom.
    • HIV Disease Management Consulting:
        • HealthinSite (2017 – present)
        • Life Sense (2021)
        • Halocare (2020)
        • Netcare (2012)
        • NBC (2015-2016)
    • HIV Support to Life Insurance:
        • All Life (2010 – 2018)
        • Old Mutual (2015 - 2018)
        • ABSA Bank Trust (2019-2021)
    • HIV Support to Schools (2012 – 2019):
        • HIV to staff and students at various schools including St. Johns, Parktown Boys, Kingsmead, Pridwin and Sacred Heart.
        • HIV support to Wits and UJ staff and students (2016 – present)
        • HIV training for the contestants of the Miss Commonwealth Leadership (2017-2020)
        • HIV support to staff at the City of Johannesburg (2017)
        • HIV support to the EAP at the Charlotte Maxeke and Helen Joseph Hospitals (2012 – 2019)
        • Mentoring of peer educators to the SAPS and Pikitup (2015-2019)
        • Training of social workers at correctional services and SANBS (2015-2017)
        • Training of SAA staff (2016)
        • Training of peer educators for the Department of Basic Education (2015-2017)
        • Training of SASOHN (2020)
        • Support to religious organisations (FBI and MAP) (2010 - 2018)
        • Involved in media (SABC, eNCA, Sunday Times)
    • Netcare Garden City Hospital (2012 - present): 
        • Lead HIV clinician, managing all HIV in and out-patients, with referrals from physicians and other specialist doctors to manage complex cases.
LATEST PUBLICATION: Case report on the emergence of Dolutegravir resistance in a patient on second line antiretroviral therapy in the South African Journal of HIV Medicine (July 2020).
Dr Bronwyn Bosch

Dr Bronwyn Bosch

  • Research Clinician
Dr Bosch is a Research Clinician at Ezintsha, part of the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. Her areas of interest include HIV drug resistance and provision of long-acting antiretroviral options in the South African context. She is involved in several HIV treatment optimisation trials conducted through Ezintsha, and is a member of the South African Third Line ARV Treatment Committee.

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