FAQ


FAQ

How do I get to 2017 the Summit?

Hilton New Orleans Riverside
Two Poydras
New Orleans, LA
Phone: 504-561-0500

Local Airport:

The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY) is the largest local airport and 13 miles (25 min. drive) from the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.

Ground Transportation:

Average prices from MSY to the Hilton New Orleans Riverside
Taxi: $36 USD one-way
Super Shuttle: $24 USD one way, or $44 USD roundtrip

What are the registration hours?

Sunday, December 3 — 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Monday, December 4 — 7:00 am to 5:00 pm
Tuesday, December 5 — 7:30 am to 12:00 noon

Where can I view the agenda?

The 2017 Summit Agenda is available here.

Will Continuing Education be offered?

Yes. We offer CHES and General CEUs. We offer General CEUs through George Mason University.

NMAC is a designated provider of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. This program is designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES) to receive up to 14 total Category I contact education contact hours.

This program is Approved by the National Association of Social Workers (Approval #886709343-2014) for 14 continuing education contact hours.

We cannot guarantee that your credentialing organization will accept the general CEUs, so please verify if they will be accepted prior to registration.

Please visit the conference registration desk on the First Level for information about how to apply for CEUs.

Is there a policy on demonstrations during the Summit?

NMAC’s Community Engagement Policy states that those who will be organizing demonstrations or protests during any part of the Summit, including the Exhibit Hall, must:

  1. Inform NMAC’s Conferences and Meeting Services staff (conferences@nmac.org) ahead of time and designate a contact person for your demonstration.
  2. Limit all demonstrations in the conference exhibit hall to the hours of 10am and 2pm.
  3. Limit all demonstrations to no more than 15 minutes.
  4. Hold no more than one demonstration per day.

NMAC reserves the right to determine whether a demonstration is disruptive and/or detrimental to the mission and values of the Summit. We require all attendees to follow these policies. If you do not, you may be escorted out of the conference and be banned from attending future NMAC sponsored conferences and events.

NMAC and its program partners encourage freedom of expression, however we oppose the disruption of conference sessions, satellite meetings, or exhibitions that results in the inability of attendees to take full advantage of the learning and educational opportunities available at the event.

What meals will be provided during the Summit?

Please note that the following items will be provided at the Summit:

December 4: Continental Breakfast

December 4: Light Lunch

December 5: Continental Breakfast

December 5: Light Lunch

It is suggested that attendees allocate an additional $64 as a daily food allowance.

What is the dress code for the Summit?

We suggest that USCA attendees dress in business casual attire during the conference.

Will There Be a Mobile App for The Summit?

Yes! This year’s Summit will feature a mobile app to maximize your participation in the event. To download please follow the below instructions with visual aids.

Step 1.  From a MOBILE device click on the following URL to download the Attendee Hub mobile application: https://crowd.cc/s/1dZ7e. This URL works for both Android and iOS users and will automatically direct you to the mobile app in which the Summit event information is housed and shouldn’t take more than a couple of moments to download to your device.

Mobile App

Step 2. Search for 2017hivsummit and you would see the event 2017 Biomedical HIV Prevention Summit pop up. Select the download button to download the event’s app.

Step 3. Select the Red notification Alert at the top left corner of the app’s main screen and then select the gear icon at the top right which will prompt you to “Log In” to the app.

Step 4. Enter your first and last name on the Log In screen and hit NEXT.

Step 5. Enter your email address that is MOST accessible to you to receive verification that you have downloaded the app and enter the Verification code sent to your email.

Step 6. Input the 4 digit Verification code that was emailed to you.

Step 7. That’s It! You are good to go and can access the complete information for the Summit’s mobile app!

 

The Summit is going to be an amazing, intimate event and the mobile app is just another way for you to be “in the know” about all the updates pertaining to the programming, events, and social features happening throughout the event. We hope you will take the time to download this feature and use it during the Summit. If mobile apps aren’t your thing visit the online web version of the app by visiting the following URL: https://crowd.cc/hivpreventionsummit 

If you have any questions or run into any concerns about the app please feel free to email NMAC’s Communications Strategist Daniel Pino at dpino@nmac.org. We hope you will use this tool to enhance your time at the Summit.