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Announcing Kevin Osborne as IAS Director of HIV Programmes and Advocacy

We are delighted to welcome Kevin Osborne to the International AIDS Society (IAS) as the new Director of HIV Programmes and Advocacy. Kevin brings over twenty years of experience in public health to the IAS executive team with a background in HIV programme implementation and human rights. Kevin has supported a number of national, regional and international programmes by forging sustainable partnerships with governments, UN agencies, community organisations and the donor community. He has extens...
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JIAS – Special issue

The Journal of the International AIDS Society is pleased to announce the publication of the special issue “PrEP Implementation Science: State-of-the-Art and Research Agenda”. This timely special issue addresses the wide-ranging issues around the use of oral pre-exposure prophylaxis for the prevention of HIV transmission. Click here to read the supplement    
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JIAS - Call for abstracts

The Journal of the International AIDS Society is pleased to announce a call for abstracts for a supplement on police, law enforcement and HIV. The aim of this supplement is to explore the positive role that the police can play in the HIV response, and share best practices from those working effectively with police against HIV and discrimination, particularly as it relates to marginalized and at-risk populations. Submit your abstract now (no longer than 350 words) by 30 July 2015. For more infor...
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JIAS – New Abstract Supplement Published!

The Journal of the International AIDS Society is pleased to announce the publication of the abstracts presented at the Congress on HIV Drug Therapy in the Americas, taking place on the 16-18 April 2015, in Mexico City, Mexico. Click here to access the supplement
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JIAS – New Supplement Published!

The Journal of the International AIDS Society is pleased to announce the publication of the special issue “HIV and adolescents: focus on young key populations”. This timely supplement covers the HIV-specific issues encountered by adolescents, and young key populations in particular. Click here to read the supplement.        
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