AIDS2020 discutirá los temas y retos más recientes y urgentes en materia de VIH. Más información, en inglés, está disponible abajo.


Featuring a broad range of exciting sessions developed by an international committee of HIV scientists, leaders, policy makers, researchers and advocates, AIDS 2020 covers the latest and most pressing topics in HIV. The programme ranges from HIV service delivery for internally displaced people and migrants, to ethics in HIV cure research and new data on HIV reservoirs in lymph nodes, the gut and brain. 

The event will take place in two locations: San Francisco and Oakland. 

The Moscone Center - San Francisco 

Programme: 

  • Bound but not gagged: Resilience in the era of the global gag rule 
  • Decriminalization in the HIV response: Politics, practice and potency 
  • Describing optimal strategies for community-led HIV responses: What's the evidence?
  • Financing effective community-led responses to end the epidemic
  • Finding the g spot: Sexual pleasure, sexual rights and sexual health 
  • Guilty by identification: The impact of criminalization of identity, expression and choice
  • HIV cure: The science, ethics and beyond
  • Identity, expression and orientation: Gender transformative approaches within the HIV response
  • It's a man's world: Are women losing out when it comes to biomedical HIV prevention? 
  • It's complicated: Co-infections and co-morbidities 
  • Money talks: Methods and strategies to optimize the HIV response 
  • My body, my health, my choice: Sexual and reproductive health rights and justice
  • Older and wiser: Ageing with HIV 
  • Persistence and impedance: Characterizing HIV reservoirs in tissue sites and barriers to their elimination 
  • Pushing boundaries: New approaches to a cure
  • Stamping out stigma: Innovative interventions for key populations 
  • State of the ART: The latest in HIV treatment 
  • Surfing the tech wave in HIV
  • Syndemics of HIV and substance use: Gaps and advances
  • The epidemic of loneliness: Addressing isolation as a key component in the HIV response 
  • Traditions through the ages: HIV and indigenous peoples 
  • Trans*forming care: Integrated services that work for trans people
  • Trials, tribulations and prevention 
  • Where did our voices go? HIV advocacy in a noisy landscape 
  • Who can we trust? Leadership, accountability and social participation 

Oakland Convention - Oakland

Programme:

  • Borderless: HIV risks and service delivery for internally displaced people and global migrants
  • Born this way: Continuum of identity and expression among young people
  • Community-driven research: A catalyst for change?
  • Differentiated service delivery: One size does not fit all
  • Ending the HIV epidemic: Optimism, realism and disparities
  • Implementing people-centred PrEP
  • Integrated healthcare for co-infections and conditions
  • New formulations for HIV Rx and preventions
  • PrEP: Are we PrEPared?
  • Stigma kills: Time for change
  • UHC and SDGs: Where next for HIV?
  • Women powered solutions: Changing the narrative around women living with HIV