2017 Australasian HIV & AIDS Conference
joint with
2017 Australasian Sexual Health Conference

New 4 day format!

2017 Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference

Monday 6 November – Wednesday 8 November 2017, National Convention Centre, Canberra, ACT

The Australasian HIV&AIDS Conference (27th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine) is the premier HIV Conference in Australia and the Asia and Pacific region. The annual conference is run by ASHM as a platform for the dissemination and presentation of new and innovative research findings across the Australasian HIV sector. Delegates to the conference come from a range of professional backgrounds including basic science, clinical medicine, community programs, education, epidemiology, indigenous health, international and regional issues, nursing and allied health, policy, primary care, public health and prevention, and social research.

2017 Australasian Sexual Health Conference

Tuesday 7 November - Thursday 9 November 2017, National Convention Centre, Canberra, ACT

2017 “Re-Forming Sexual Health” Taking forward the agenda for re-thinking sexual health established by the 2016 Australasian Sexual Health Conference in Adelaide, this year’s interdisciplinary conference addresses how sexual health can be Re-Formed: firstly towards more integrated and personalised provision attuned to people’s needs; and secondly, to make more streamlined and cost-effective use of available resources. Please join us to Re-Form sexual health at the most exciting and innovative ASHA conference yet.

Abstracts

HIV&AIDS Abstract Submission

The committee will be calling for abstracts to be submitted in the following themes; Basic Science, Clinical Management, Epidemiology and Prevention, Policy, Politics and Cultural Issues.

Abstract Deadline: Sunday 18 June 2017

HIV&AIDS GUIDELINES

Abstracts

SH Abstract Submission

The committee will be calling for abstracts to be submitted in the following themes; Clinical Health, Psycho-social, Education and Health Promotion, Reproductive Health, Sexuality and Epidemiology.

Abstract Deadline: Sunday 18 June 2017