Closing Plenary: HIV Criminalization and Biomedical HIV Prevention


Closing Plenary: HIV Criminalization and Biomedical HIV Prevention

The eradication of laws that criminalize the bodies of People Living with HIV is a public health priority. In the age of PrEP, PEP, and U=U (TasP), we have all the tools to prevent transmission and reduce stigma. Our laws have not caught up with the science nor public health best practices. Through this plenary […]

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Lunch Plenary: The Federal Plan to End the HIV Epidemic and the Role of Implementation Research.

Implementation science is defined as the study of methods to promote the adoption and integration of evidence-based practices, interventions, and policies into routine health care and public health settings. It has been identified as a crucial component of the Federal Plan to End AIDS in America by 2030. A robust and comprehensive implementation research agenda […]

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Plenary: Can We End the HIV Epidemic in Women without Focusing on Black Women?

This plenary session will address the recent FDA approval of a new medication for HIV biomedical prevention of HIV- 1 for specific populations at sexual risk for HIV. This sent shockwaves through the HIV workforce and its advocacy base due to a specific exclusion for “individuals at risk from receptive vaginal sex.” Representatives of the […]

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