2019 National HIV Prevention Conference

2019 National HIV Prevention Conference. Getting to No New HIV Infections. Atlanta, GA | March 18-21, 2019.

The 2019 National HIV Prevention Conference (NHPC) was held March 18-21, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Thanks to all the plenary speakers, oral and poster presenters, exhibitors and CBO/NGO Village participants, and attendees for a making NHPC a success.

The theme for NHPC 2019 was Getting to No New HIV Infections, and highlighted dynamic approaches to HIV prevention, detection and management, and the critical roles that different communities have in achieving this vision. Plenary sessions focused on the path to getting to no new HIV infections, the coordinated federal plan to end the HIV epidemic in the United States, a debate about the role of PrEP, infectious disease consequences of the opioid crisis, and addressing the impact of HIV-related stigma. Storytelling was featured in plenary sessions and a new Storytelling track for 2019 highlighted personal stories that revealed life lessons and breakthrough moments in HIV prevention work. More than 500 people presented evidence-based programs and science-driven research and data.

NHPC Program and Abstract Books
2019 National HIV Prevention Conference Program Book cover

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2019 National HIV Prevention Conference Abstract Book cover

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NHPC Values

The 2019 National HIV Prevention Conference (NHPC) welcomes all participants to this event and seeks to build an inclusive environment to advance HIV prevention efforts. We value the open exchange of ideas and freedom of thought and expression, and request all interactions be respectful and constructive. NHPC aims to recognize every person and group; foster dignity, understanding and mutual respect; and embrace diversity.

We value the contribution of all people in the HIV community, especially those with HIV, and encourage their involvement in all aspects of the conference. We firmly believe that these contributions help the conference improve HIV prevention efforts, reduce HIV-related stigma and health disparities, and advance efforts on the path to Ending the HIV Epidemic.

For questions or to provide suggestions, contact us at questions@NHPC2019.com.