Objective

  • Increase awareness of and commitment in addressing the HIV and
    AIDS in the region and abroad.
  • Bring the world’s scientific experts to catalyze and stimulate
    advance scientific knowledge about HIV, presenting the latest
    research findings, and promote scientific collaborations.
  • Provide scientific innovations that help immunocompromised
    patient adapt to and strengthen their health practices for
    pandemic preparedness.
  • Address gaps in and highlight the critical role of HIV prevention,
    especially among young people.
  • Draw attention to HIV and comorbidities, including ageing,
    chronic disease, pregnancy, and other infections.
  • Discuss the social stigma associated with HIV.

Topics

  • Epidemiology of HIV.
  • HIV Prevention and Screening.
  • HIV Treatment; updated guidelines for adults, pediatrics and the new agents. Opportunistic infections and malignancies.
  • HIV and comorbidities: Vaccination, stigma, ethical and legal issues.

Target group

Public health workers (doctors – nurses – pharmacists – health workers working in the field of public health)

Supervising Committee

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Speakers

Program

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Registration

Physical Packages

Physician

In-Person / Physical
100 BD

Nurses & Medical Allied

In-Person / Physical
60 BD

Students

In-Person / Physical
30 BD

Virtual Packages

Physicians

Virtual via ZOOM
40 BD

Nurses & Medical Allied

Virtual via ZOOM
30 BD

Students

Virtual via ZOOM

20 BD

Special Packages with Accommodation

Single Bedroom Superior

130 BD

One Night Staying with Physical Attendance

Including Breakfast

Single Bedroom Superior

180 BD

Two Night Staying with Physical Attendance

Including Breakfast

Abstract Submission

Instructions to Authors

  • Accepted abstracts will be required to prepare a poster for digital presentation during the conference
  • One of the authors should be available in person during the conference to present the poster
  • Deadline for abstract submission is August 15, 2022

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  • Abstracts must contain the following headings: Title, Introduction, Method, Results and Conclusion
  • Title should not exceed 20 words
  • Word count for the abstract should not exceed 300 wordsAbstract should not include references or abbreviations
  • Abstract should be followed by 3 to 6 keywords

Abstract Eligibility

  • Abstracts must be presented in clear English with accurate grammar and spelling
  • The topic of the abstract should serve the scientific knowledge about HIV, its epidemiology, prevention, management or complications. Acceptable topics include the impact of HIV on individuals and society such as stigma and discrimination.
  • Abstracts should be new and not presented previously in international conferences
  • Submitted abstracts cannot be modified or changed after the submission deadline
  • An author is eligible to present multiple abstracts

Advantages to Authors

  • Accepted abstracts will be required to prepare a poster for digital presentation during the conference
  • Accepted abstracts will be given free registration (not inclusive of travel and accommodation)
  • Accepted abstracts will be eligible for winning HIV Research Award from her excellency Ms. Faeqa Bint Saeed Alsaleh, the Minister of Health in Bahrain
  • Abstracts will be published in the conference booklet and will be made available on the conference website

Poster Instructions

  • Digital posters will be presented during the conference
  • The presenting author must be available by the poster to present to the panel on the specified date and time for evaluation
  • Posters must be created on PowerPoint or similar software and submitted as a PDF file
  • Posters must be created in Portrait Orientation, Page setup: 1080 width x 1536 height
  • The poster title should be identical to the abstract title. The content should be of clear English with accurate spelling and grammar
  • Font size minimum 16 points. Word count 300 words.
  • Authors are encouraged to add clear images of high quality in the poster
  • Posters should not breach the privacy of patients and should adhere with Good Clinical Practice and ethical standards.
  • Maximum file size 40 MB

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Branding Opportunities

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