MPX Virus 2022
Clinical Meeting #1
Date: 6th December 2022
Time: 6:30pm - 8:00pm (AEST)
Location: Online via Zoom
Keynote Speaker: Dr Julia Bilinska, Dr Aatish Patel, Robert Muscolino, and Dr Eugene Priscott.
There will be a panel discussion with Dr Fabiola Martin, Dr Ethan Salleh, Dr Simon Collins and the speakers.
This will be our last clinical meeting of 2022!
We are very excited to host this meeting with international and local speakers. Zoom link will be sent out the day before the meeting after registration.
Dr Julia Bilinska is a senior HIV and sexual health specialist registrar at Guy’s at St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London. Since May 2022 she has been managing patients with monkeypox infection in a London High Consequences Infectious Diseases centre treating a high volume of cases. Together with the infectious disease team, she led a single centre study exploring atypical monkeypox presentations, aiming to raise awareness of clinical presentations and improve public health messaging.
She is passionate about teaching and training, quality improvement and service development. She is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and is currently completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Education at King’s College London.
Robert Muscolino is currently the Health Promotion Officer at the Queensland Council for LGBTI Health, previously working for The School of Public Health at Griffith University. He has a Bachelor and Master’s degree in Public Health. Robert’s passion is to integrate public health frameworks with social marketing strategies to encourage behaviour change for better health outcomes.
Dr Eugene Priscott is a Sexual Health Physician and the Director of Brisbane Metro North Sexual Health and HIV Service. He holds the position of Adjunct Senior Lecturer in the School of Medicine and Dentistry at James Cook University. Eugene has a background in General Practice and his special interests include blood borne virus infections, including HIV Medicine, providing healthcare to minority groups, including LGBTIQ people, sexual dysfunction and genital dermatology.
The University of Queensland
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