The fourth National HIV Prevention England Conference will be held on Wednesday 22 May 2019 in central London.
It will bring together partners in HIV prevention including sexual health commissioners, health promoters, sexual health and HIV service providers and community organisations, primary care professionals, faith and community leaders, researchers and other professionals who work in health, education or social care.
The themes that will be explored by the conference are:
- Getting to zero HIV transmissions.
- Social justice: addressing stigma, discrimination and inequalities.
- Systems strengthening and holistic approaches to HIV prevention.
The conference will be interactive and participant-focused.
Call for abstracts
We invite you tell us about your ideas for taking part in the conference. In particular we are looking for abstracts which are relevant to the themes, well-written, original and provide significant lessons for the sector to learn from.
If you wish to give an oral presentation, a poster presentation or facilitate a workshop at the conference, you must submit the Abstract Template to tell us what you would like to present on.
How abstracts are reviewed and selected
Abstract submissions will be peer-reviewed by the HIV Prevention England Conference Abstract Review Committee.
Abstract acceptance is based upon abstract quality, the potential significance of the observations, and the rigour with which the methods were applied.
Proposals submitted as partnerships with multiple agencies will be especially welcomed.
Submit your proposal
- Please read the Abstract Guidance [PDF].
- Complete the Abstract Template [Doc].
- Email completed template to [email protected].
Submissions deadline: Friday 22 February 2019 (11.59pm)
If you have any further questions about the call for abstracts, please email [email protected].