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IAS Educational Fund Meeting – India - 2019

The IAS Educational Fund meeting – Global to local: Science and community in the response to HIV in India – was held in Mumbai, India, on 4 December 2019 at Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport. The meeting was organized by the International AIDS Society (IAS) in collaboration with the Family Planning Association (FPA) of India and was endorsed by the AIDS Society of India (ASI).

During this one-day scientific symposium, more than 116 HIV professionals in the HIV response in the Asian region gathered to discuss the latest science, as well as innovative ways forward for treatment and prevention.

Key topics discussed included key messages from the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) in Mexico City, ARVs and challenges to treatment access, HIV and co-infections, chemsex and HIV in Asia, as well as a panel discussion on Differentiated Service Delivery.

Material from the meeting is available below.

Meeting material

  • Related documents
  • Presentations
  • Multimedia

Programme

Narrative report
The views expressed in the report do not necessarily reflect the views of the International AIDS Society

ARVs and challenges to treatment access

How is the management of HIV changing?
Dr Anton Pozniak, IAS President

Presentation


ARV rollout in India
Dr Ishwar Gilada, GC rRegional representative, IAS Governing Council

Presentation


HIV and co-infections

Dr Sunil Solomon, Johns Hopkins Medicine, USA

Presentation


Chemsex and HIV in Asia: PrEP and other prevention methods

Project HERO
Dr Carol Strong, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan

Presentation


Youth perspective on chemsex
Sadam Hanjabam, Ya-All, Mumbai, India

Presentation


Chemsex in India
Dr Rajiv Jerajani, ASI, Mumbai, India

Presentation


PrEP and HIV in India
Dr Venkatesan Chakrapani, India Alliance, India

Presentation


Photo galleries


4 December 2019

Videos

  • How is the management of HIV changing?

    Dr Anton Pozniak

  • ARV rollout in India

    Dr Ishwar Gilada

  • ARVs and challenges to treatment access from a clinicians perspective

  • HIV and co-infections

    Dr Sunil Solomon

  • Hepatitis B in India

    Dr Trupti Gilada

  • Project HERO

    Dr Carol Strong

  • Youth perspective on chemsex

    Sadam Hanjabam

  • Chemsex in India

    Dr Rajiv Jerajani

  • PrEP and HIV in India

    Dr Venkatesan Chakrapani

  • Differentiated HIV services for key and vulnerable populations

    Prashant Desphande

  • Panel discussion on Differentiated Service Delivery for women, young women and girls

    Jahnabi Goswami

  • Panel discussion on Differentiated Service Delivery

  • Differentiated services for people who inject drugs

  • Transgender HIV prevention services

    Abhina Ahira

  • Chemsex and HIV among MSM: A social phenomenon in a marginalized population