Theme: Getting to No New HIV Infections
Abstract Deadline: July 10, 2018
The 2019 National HIV Prevention Conference will be held March 18-21, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and the Marriott Marquis Hotel.
The 2019 National HIV Prevention Conference is accepting abstracts now through July 10, 2018. Learn more and get started in the section. You can also register for the conference, apply to be an abstract reviewer, request space for the CBO/NGO Village, and request space for an ancillary meeting. Check back regularly for additional information on sponsored participants and other updates.
The National HIV Prevention Conference (NHPC) is the preeminent HIV prevention conference in the United States involving state and local health departments, community based organizations, federal agencies, researchers, clinicians, people living with HIV and others sharing the latest advancements, strategies, and accomplishments in HIV prevention. The theme for NHPC 2019 is Getting to No New HIV Infections, which will highlight dynamic approaches to HIV prevention, detection and management, and the critical roles that different communities have in achieving this vision.
The National HIV Prevention Conference allows in-person collaboration between researchers and program personnel working in HIV prevention. The conference will bring together more than 3,000 attendees committed to help refine, improve and strengthen our nation’s response to HIV.
This four-day conference will include plenary sessions along with oral and poster presentations that highlight new HIV science and program activities. New for the 2019 conference is a pilot Storytelling Session format that highlights brief personal stories that reveal life lessons and breakthrough moments in HIV prevention work.
Benefits to attending this conference include:
- Plenary Sessions with distinguished speakers and vibrant panels
- Oral and Poster Presentations that will highlight new HIV science and program activities
- New! Storytelling Sessions – brief personal stories that reveal life lessons and breakthrough moments in HIV prevention work
- Opportunities to network with researchers and program personnel working in HIV prevention