AIDS 2018 – Thursday, 26 July

SOURCE: AIDS 2018 via mail189.sea71.mcsv.net 

Good morning, and congratulations! You’ve made it through several days of AIDS 2018, the world’s largest global gathering on HIV and AIDS. We hope you are feeling invigorated by what you’ve seen and heard so far, because the conference day ahead is truly extraordinary. Here are just a few of the highlights for Thursday at AIDS 2018:

08.45 CEST:
Today’s plenary session, Breaking barriers and building bridges between our responses toward universal health, challenges us to consider the connections between HIV and other pressing global health issues.

On the programme: Emily Hyle (US) on “Understanding the intersecting syndemics of communicable and non-communicable diseases”, Peter Piot (UK) on “Global health and the HIV response”, and David Malebranche (US) on “Making the treatment cascade work in vulnerable and key populations”. Also on the plenary programme today: a call to action from Yana Paniflova (Ukraine) of the advocacy organization Teenergizer.

11.00 CEST:

13.00 CEST:

14.00 CEST:

You’re in the home stretch now, but Thursday’s late afternoon programme provides a host of reasons to stick around.

16.30 CEST:

Today is the final day to visit the Global Village here at AIDS 2018. If you haven’t been there yet, or even if you have, make time to check out some of today’s Global Village presentations and performances. These range from “The future is female: Women’s leadership in HIV criminalization research and activism”, to “Defining the 4th “90”: Quality of life”, to the drag graphic novel performance, “Facing taboo“. You won’t want to miss it!

AIDS 2018 Live! Facebook series
12.45 CEST: U=U: Undetectable, untransmittable and unstoppable
15.30 CEST: More than #MeToo: Gender justice and health equity with the Prudence Mabele Prize winner, Duduzile Dlamini.

 

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