Each track will be organized by two Track Chairs. Track chairs are responsible for accepting and grouping submitted abstracts into sessions. Track chairs represent a wide variety of expertise and organizations.
- Reducing HIV-related health disparities
- Reducing stigma
- Including culturally competent care/services
- Using data for impact
- Others, as applicable
This track will focus on increasing HIV screening and testing in health care and non-health care settings.
|A1||Epidemiology, Surveillance and Research|
|A2||Program Implementation and Evaluation|
|A3||Partnerships, Capacity Building and Community Mobilization|
|A4||HIV-related Policy, Planning and Economics|
This track will focus on HIV prevention with people who do not have HIV, including behavioral, social science, and biomedical interventions; HIV education, and other prevention strategies.
|B1||Epidemiology, Surveillance and Research|
|B2||Program Implementation and Evaluation|
|B3||Partnerships, Capacity Building and Community Mobilization|
|B4||HIV-related Policy, Planning and Economics|
This track will focus on increasing care and viral suppression with people living with HIV, including data-to-care models and other risk reduction strategies.
|C1||Epidemiology, Surveillance and Research|
|C2||Program Implementation and Evaluation|
|C3||Partnerships, Capacity Building and Community Mobilization|
|C4||HIV-related Policy, Planning and Economics|
This track will focus on diagnosis of acute infection, cluster detection, investigation, and response.
|D1||Epidemiology, Surveillance and Research|
|D2||Program Implementation and Evaluation|
|D3||Partnerships, Capacity Building and Community Mobilization|
|D4||HIV-related Policy, Planning and Economics|