MEDICAL HIV CONFERENCES AND EVENTS
Here you can explore our corporate engagement in medical conferences and other events in the HIV space.
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19 - 22 February 2023
The CROI conference accelerates progress in HIV research. ViiV Healthcare is presenting new data at this prestigious event: learn more about our presence at CROI 2023
1 December 2022
World AIDS Day is an annual awareness day, serving as an opportunity for the world to come together to celebrate and support people living with HIV, and at the same time remember those who are no longer with us following AIDS-related illness.
23 - 26 October 2022
HIV Glasgow 2022 is a major medical congress on the HIV calendar. Over the years, HIV Glasgow has been an important congress for scientists and healthcare professionals from around the world to come together to collaborate and share data with the HIV community.
29 July – 2 August 2022
AIDS 2022 is one of the largest medical conference in the HIV calendar. For physicians, researchers, and the wider HIV community, it's a chance to discover the latest advances in HIV treatment and care.
LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Ally and anyone else who’s not included) Pride is celebrated every year during the month of June. Pride started as a political protest and over the years has become a celebration and acceptance of the self-affirmation, dignity, equality and increased visibility of the community.
27–30 OCTOBER 2021
ViiV Healthcare joined the 18th European AIDS Conference to present to present new findings in HIV treatment and prevention, sharing the latest data across our diverse portfolio and pipeline of medicines that aim to address the evolving needs of the HIV community.
29 SEPTEMBER-3 OCTOBER 2021
ViiV Healthcare joined IDWeek 2021 to present new findings in HIV treatment and prevention, sharing the latest data across our diverse portfolio and pipeline of medicines that aim to address the evolving needs of the HIV community and leave no person living with HIV behind.
18-21 JULY 2021
The biennial International AIDS Society (IAS) conference, was virtually hosted from a local partner hub in Berlin from the 18th to the 21st of July 2021. The 11th edition presented the critical advances in clinical and operational research, helping to drive forward HIV science into policy and practice around the world.
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