1 December 2016:
The Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference
is the premier medical/scientific conference in the Australasian HIV and related diseases sector. The 2016 Conference was held in Adelaide from 16–18 November, in conjunction with the Australasian Sexual Health Conference
Selection and review of the research from the conference committee has been carried out and is now available as the 2016 Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference Report
Access the Report
2016 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference Report | View it as an Online Publication
Also: Read news generated from research presented at the conferences through our online Media Coverage Book
The purpose of this report is to:
- Share key learnings with policy makers, health professionals, and community and
- Promote the importance of investing in and sharing research, and having evidence-based HIV policy.
We hope you find the report - with its thematic 'take home' messages from the Conference Committee, links to abstracts and slide presentations and highlights from community, clinicians and researchers - useful and encourage you to share it widely with your networks.
Featured in this report
Overview from Australia
Opening Plenary and Welcome from Bridget Haire
HIV Surveillance Reports
Testing, Treatment & Cascade of Care
Diversifying Epidemics/Priority Populations
Politics, Policy, Culture
Media Coverage/Social Media
A note about the report
The purpose of this report is to capture highlights from the 2016 Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference and to provide a tool to share research presented there. Only a small number of research papers are included. For the full list of presentations please visit the Conference Program page, and click on the ‘more info’ tabs for links to abstracts and presentations.
Within this document, research paper titles underlined in orange are hyperlinked to related abstracts. Presentation slides are also included where available.