|The online programme for the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020: Virtual) is now available so you can start planning your AIDS 2020: Virtual delegate experience. Take a closer look at what will be presented in the 12 prime sessions, 27 workshops, 50 symposia, 62 abstract sessions, 10 pre-conferences, 70+ satellite sessions and browse through the nearly 2,000 posters that will be presented.|
|Search for Sessions and Speakers|
|Containing the latest session information and updates on the programme, the online programme includes speakers, presentation titles, scheduling and more. Search the online programme by speaker, abstract theme, session or presentation title to find exactly what you are looking for.|
|A First Look at the Science|
|This includes studies on PrEP uptake among women in PEPFAR countries and the US, weight gain and HIV, the real-world impact of PrEP use in East Africa, outcomes of HIV-exposed but uninfected children in South Africa, recent research on the global gag rule and its impact on communities most affected by HIV, and the latest findings on HIV vaccines and cure research.|
|Connect with Global HIV Community|
|Gain new skills in live workshops on thematic areas of science, community and policy. Engage with leading HIV scientists, policy specialists and community leaders, and access critical insights on key topics through a mix of live and on-demand pre-conferences and satellites organized by our partners.|
|Introducing Prime Sessions!|
A new feature of AIDS 2020: Virtual are prime sessions. Each day, four prime sessions will be released across multiple time zones featuring plenary presentations, special sessions and first-ever opportunity for live Q&A with world-class scientists and speakers. Once released, the session recordings will be available exclusively for delegates on-demand in the conference platform.
Prime sessions will be the key moments that unite delegates in different regions of the world, providing access to some of the response’s most distinguished HIV scientists, policy specialists and community leaders.
|AIDS 2020: Virtual commences on Monday, 6 July.|