AIDS 2022 is over for another year. It remains one of the largest medical conferences in the HIV calendar. For physicians, researchers, and the wider HIV community, it was a chance to discover the latest advances in HIV treatment and care.

In 2020, AIDS was a fully virtual conference due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year we were thrilled to be able to attend in person to share new data from our innovative treatment and prevention portfolio and connect with colleagues from around the world.

The event wasn't just about treatment advances. The theme for this year’s conference was ‘re-engage and follow the science’. After years of COVID-19 dominating the healthcare agenda, it’s time to put HIV back on the map to ensure we leave no person living with HIV behind.

See some our key highlights from this year's AIDS 2022.

HIV in View - Live at AIDS 2022

ViiV Healthcare presents HIV in View – Live at AIDS 2022. Revisit our live-streamed events from AIDS 2022 where we brought together a diverse and inspiring panel of experts across the HIV community for a series of three 15 minute sessions focused on key topics in HIV. Watch the recordings of our sessions below:

The panel for Positive Action at 30, (Left to right) Sibulele Sibaca, Cathy Ferrier, Raif Derrazi (host) and P.J. Moton-Poole.

The panel for Positive Action at 30, (Left to right) Sibulele Sibaca, Cathy Ferrier, Raif Derrazi (host) and P.J. Moton-Poole.


Positive Action at 30 tells the story of this impactful programme over the past three decades. Find out more.

Read about our collaboration with Shutterstock Studios for producing a gallery of images with real people living with HIV.

ViiV Healthcare is committed to improving access to medicines for people living with HIV worldwide. Find out more about our strategy.


ViiV Healthcare is part of a unique public-private research partnership that is focused on discovering a cure for HIV/AIDS. Find out more.

Read about the experiences of people living with HIV with explanation and segmentation of data from the Positive Perspectives - Wave 2 studies.

Real-World Evidence is an increasingly important aspect of data-driven science, but how can it be utilised to benefit the HIV community?

For people living with HIV. Resources and information about living well with HIV.

For news and media. Latest news and press releases via our media centre.

For healthcare professionals, Information about ViiV medicines and data.


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