The International AIDS Conference is the largest gathering of professionals working in the field of HIV, including people living with HIV and other leaders in the HIV response. It plays a fundamental role in shaping the global response to HIV and in keeping HIV and AIDS on the international political agenda.
Conference registration, individual hotel reservations, and abstract submissions will open in December 2011. As more details about these and other matters become available, they will be posted at www.aids2012.org
AIDS 2012 is convened by the International AIDS Society and the conference’s permanent partners are the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+); the International Council of AIDS Service
The AIDS 2012 Conference Coordinating Committee (CCC) have selected Turning The Tide Together as the theme for the XIX International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2012), which will be held in Washington, D.C. from 22 – 27 July 2012.
Turning The Tide Together reflects a unique moment in time, emphasizing that the AIDS epidemic has reached a defining moment. By acting decisively on recent scientific advances in HIV treatment and biomedical prevention, the momentum for a cure, and the continuing evidence of the ability to scale-up key interventions in the most-needed settings, we now have the potential to change the course of HIV and AIDS.http://www.youtube.com/v/ikcnZSDSnJ8
Registration and Abstract Submissions for AIDS 2012 Now Open
Registration for the XIX International AIDS Conference is now open. All registrations for AIDS 2012 must be submitted through the online registration form. Before you can register, you need to create an online conference profile from which you can enter the registration system. If you already have a conference profile from previous IAS or AIDS conferences you can use the same login details.
For more information on registration, please visit AIDS 2012 Registration
AIDS 2012 is now welcoming the submission of abstracts for original contribution to the field in the following five programme tracks:
Track A: Basic Science
Track B: Clinical Science
Track C: Epidemiology and Prevention Science
Track D: Social Science, Human Rights and Political Science
Track E: Implementation Science, Health Systems and Economics
For more information on how to submit an abstract, please visit AIDS 2012 Abstracts
Applications for the following are also open:
• AIDS 2012 Global Village: AIDS 2012 Global Village
• AIDS 2012 Youth Programme: AIDS 2012 Youth Programme
• AIDS 2012 Workshops: AIDS 2012 Workshops
• AIDS 2012 Satellites: AIDS 2012 Satellites
• AIDS 2012 Exhibition: AIDS 2012 Exhibitions
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