Navigating CROI 2020 online
Three thousand delegates, four days of presentations and hundreds of poster abstracts, CROI 2020 kicks off on 8 – 11 March in Boston, Massachusetts.
It can sometimes be difficult to keep track of all the discussion (even when you’re there in person!) but there are a few ways to make it feel like it less of a challenge.
How to keep up with the conversation.
Once again, CROI will make available symposium and plenary lectures, workshops, themed discussions, and oral presentations as webcasts on the conference website, www.CROIconference.org, within 24 hours of the live presentation.
You can view the preliminary agenda now, which will provide an idea of the key topics being discussed. Alternatively, we’ve pulled together a short overview of the topics of interest we’ve been seeing from the data. The final CROI 2020 agenda will be published closer to the conference opening.
CROI is encouraging the authors of poster abstracts to share a short video summary of their poster, meaning you can catch up on any of the abstracts that didn’t make it to the main stage.
After the conference, CROI will upload all presentations to CROI webcast site to give you access to all the data and discussion.
Other ways to keep up to date with CROI 2020…
For those looking for live commentary and discussion, Twitter has been a great way to follow and participate in online discussion around the conference.
You can follow all the conversation via the conference hashtag: #CROI2020.
See you in Boston!
For those attending the conference, we look forward to seeing you in Boston; for those following online, we hope this article was a helping hand for you to find the commentary and data from the conference!
Should you have any questions then please contact your local ViiV representative and if you’re planning on attending the conference in Boston, we’ll see you there!