Anamika Basu is a public health specialist trainee in London, UK, currently working at SH:24, an online sexual health service. Previous work placements as part of training have included working under Public Health England, in the South London Health Protection Team and the London Coronavirus Response Cell, with a focus on supporting outbreak management in schools and universities; at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine looking at the outcomes of NHS policy, and is where she also did her MSc in Public Health; and 12 months working in Croydon Local Authority as part of the local public health team. Prior to that she was an E-Learning Teaching Fellow at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, part of Queen Mary University of London, and worked as a junior doctor for three years across North East London. Specialist interests include health communication and health promotion, commercial determinants of health and digital health.
6 May 2021 ABSTRACT DRIVEN SESSION 1: The use of new technologies to increase testing coverage:
AS1/04 Breaking the Chain? A once in a generation opportunity to find and treat HIV during UK’s COVID-19 lockdown