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  	2015 National HIV Prevention Conference. Accelerating Progress: Prevent Infections. Strengthen Care. Reduce Disparities. Atlanta, GA | December 6-9 2015.


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The 2015 National HIV Prevention Conference will be held on December 6-9, 2015 in Atlanta, GA, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and the Marriott Marquis Hotel.

The 2015 National HIV Prevention Conference (NHPC) is the preeminent conference for scientists, public health officials, community workers, clinicians, and persons living with HIV from a wide variety of organizations to share their expertise and ultimately prevent infections, strengthen care and reduce disparities.

The National HIV Prevention Conference allows for in-person collaboration between researchers and program personnel planning and implementing HIV prevention and care programs. The conference will bring together more than 3,000 individuals who are working to stop the spread of HIV in the United States. It will provide an opportunity to continue refining, improving, and strengthening our nation’s response to HIV.

This four-day conference will include oral, panel and poster presentations, as well as plenary sessions, roundtables, and debates and is a platform for conference participants to engage in rigorous scientific, programmatic, and technology information exchange.


Accelerating Progress: Prevent Infections. Strengthen Care. Reduce Disparities.

This theme emphasizes:

  • The interaction between prevention and care
  • The continuum of care
  • Decreasing disparities in access and outcomes