The IAS Educational Fund provides educational and inspiring sessions from IAS conferences (International AIDS Conferences and IAS Conferences on HIV Science) to clinicians and other healthcare providers and advocates. To make content accessible to more of our members, the IAS Educational Fund is pleased to provide several sessions subtitled and transcribed in French, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian.
Featuring the world’s most distinguished HIV scientists, researchers, and global health experts, IAS 2017 sessions offer a unique educational opportunity for clinicians and healthcare providers. Here is a special selection of IAS 2017 must-see sessions:
Changing Landscapes, Changing Gears: Differentiated Service Delivery for Adolescents Living with HIV
Prevention and Adolescents
Getting on with #Adolescents
Nonstop Journey: Delivering an Uninterrupted Continuum of HIV Services to Adolescents and Youth
Coinfections Associated with High Mortality in Severely Immunocompromised HIV Patients
Hepatitis C Cure: Reality for Few and a Dream for Many
Potpourri of Comorbidities
HIV and the Liver: Co-Infection and Complications
Tuberculosis in a Time of HIV
HIV and STIs: The Terrible Lovers
When Donors Leave...
Strategies and Alternative Mechanisms for Funding HIV Research
Future Perfect: Opportunities and Obstacles for HIV Vaccines
Rapporteur and Closing Session
IAS Members Meeting and Joep Lange Memorial Lecture
TRANScending Barriers for Prevention
The Key to Key Populations
Transgender Populations: Connecting the Dots for Trans Clinical Care Services and HIV Care
HIV in Migrant Communities
Better Data, Better Programmes: How Implementation Science is Transforming the HIV Response for Key Populations
Translating Impact from AIDS for Global Health
Care for Kids
Children and Adolescents: Issues in the First and Second Decade
Tougher Times: Adapting to Increasing Demand with Declining Resources
Integrating Substance Abuse Treatment into HIV Services Across the Treatment Cascade
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP): Moving from Demonstration Projects to Wider Implementation
Non-ARV Based Interventions to Combat HIV/AIDS: New Insights and Initiatives
Treat All: How to Make It Happen and Can We Afford It?
Updates from PrEP Clinical Trials
How to Assess the Efficacy of New Strategies for the Prevention of HIV-infection?
PrEP Expectations and Experiences
Just Do It Yourself: Preferences and Performances of HIV Self-testing
To make content accessible to French speakers, the IAS Educational Fund is pleased to provide several sessions subtitled and transcribed in French on this page.
Contested Terrain: Analyzing and Challenging Conflicting Legal Frameworks for Adolescent HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
Clinical Models of HIV Care for Adolescents
Ending AIDS with the Voices of Youth: How Stigma and Discrimination Affect Key Populations
Young People are the Future: Listening to Young People, Ensuring Their Protection and Investing in Their Health
Listen Up!: What Youth Living with HIV Need to Achieve 90-90-90
Why Do We Need Prevention Justice in the Era of Bio-medical Interventions?
Advocacy Tactics II: Communities Challenging Human Rights Violations
Advocacy Tactics I: High Level Meetings, Sustainable Development Goals, and Grassroots Activism
Curbing Unmerited Patents and High Prices in Middle Income Countries
Pulling the Levers: Policy, Advocacy Approaches to Influence
Getting the Money We Need: the Case for Investment and Using Resources for Maximum Impact
The Case for Strong HIV Workplace Programmes
The Development and Pricing of HIV Medications and Diagnostics: Recent Controversies and Priorities for the Future
From Commitments to Action: Implications of the 2016 UN High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS
Synergistic Epidemics: New Drugs, New Challenges
Diagnosis and Treatment of TB in People Living with HIV: Results of TB Fast Track, XPHACTOR, and Lesedi Kamoso
Understanding the Interplay Between HIV and Ageing, NCDs and Malignancies: Adapting Our Responses from the Individual to Global Policy Level
Maximizing Survival from Tuberculosis in Late Presenters: the Answer Lies in the Algorithm!
Nurse Case Management for the Hepatitis C Virus and HIV Co-Infected Patients
Taking TB from Testing to Treatment
Bad Bugs, Better Drugs: Advances in Hepatitis and HIV Co-Infection Treatment
HIV as a Chronic Condition: an Opportunity to Integrate Prevention and Treatment of Non-communicable Disease (NCD) HIV Co-morbidities in Low and Middle-Income Countries
Cancer and HIV: Global Syndemics
Challenging Intellectual Property Regimes in HIV and HCV
UNGASS 2016: HIV/AIDS and Unsafe Drug Use: Public Health and International Drug Policy
Differentiated Care: Finding the Best Fit
Differentiated Care: A Decision Framework for Antiretroviral Therapy Delivery
It’s time to deliver differently: Country experiences of differentiated ART delivery
Clinical Skills Needed to Provide Competent, Affirming Health Care to Gay and Bisexual Men/MSM and Transgender Women as Broader Context for HIV Care Prevention
Nurses at the Forefront: The Key to Achieving 90-90-90
IAS Members’ Meeting and Reception
Community’s Role in the Health System
How to Avoid Jumping from the Kettle into the Fire: What You can do When Your Country Becomes "Middle Income"
Community Engagement and Ethics in Cure Research
Let’s Lead Our Own Campaign: A Key Population-led Knowledge Sharing
Repairing HIV Service Cascades That Leak: Key Population Communities Taking the Lead
Optimizing Patient Engagement Through the Provision of Culturally Competent HIV Care
Mind over Matter: Providing High Quality, Respectful HIV Services to Key Populations
A Survival Guide for Advanced HIV Disease: Increasing Access to and Knowledge of Life-Saving Interventions
Updated Clinical Manuals on Medical Male Circumcision for Ongoing Safe, Quality Services
Hormonal Contraception and HIV: A Review of the Science and Research, and Their Implications for Research, Programme and Policy
Treatment Evolution: New Drugs, New Reality
HIV Patient Management: Clinician Perspectives, Diagnostic Approaches and Quality Assurance Supporting Results Integrity
HIV Drug Resistance: Is it Time to Worry?
Additionally, Clinical Care Options (CCO) and NAM Publications (NAM) were official providers of online scientific coverage for AIDS 2016 and IAS 2017.
IAS 2017 Highlights
AIDS 2016 Highlights