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AIDS 2010 - Vienna

The XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2010) was held in Vienna, Austria on 18-23 July 2010, at the Reed Messe Wien. For more information on the AIDS 2010 conference, please visit the conference website .

GCM in Action at the XVIII International AIDS Conference

Using Antiretrovirals to Prevent HIV: Implications of the outcome of the CAPRISA 004 tenofovir-gel microbicide trial

 

Official satellite session

     Tuesday, 20 July, 18:30 - 20:30

     Mini Room 10

     Reed Messe Wien

     GCM, CAPRISA, TAC, IAS-ILF

 

The Global Campaign for Microbicides in partnership with CAPRISA, Treatment Action Campaign, and International AIDS Society - Industry Liason Forum invites you to join an exciting, topical, and interactive debate on the implications of the results from CAPRISA 004, the first ARV-based candidate microbicide trial.

 

The results of the CAPRISA 004 trial testing tenofovir gel as a vaginal microbicide will be announced on Tuesday 20 July at 1pm at AIDS 2010, Vienna. The Tuesday evening satellite aims to further explore the results with an in-depth discussion engaging the study’s two principal investigators. Leading scientists and advocates will debate the findings and their implications on the international HIV-biomedical prevention research agenda. They will explore the potential impact of microbicides on the HIV epidemic and ask the important question: what do these results mean for women?

 

For more information about CAPRISA004 please click here.

 

For more information about the satellite please click here.

 

Partners in Prevention Research Advocacy: Sustaining the momentum of a movement

     Global Village Booth
     Sunday, 18 July to Friday, 23 July
     AVAC, AMAG, GCM, IAVI, IRMA, NHVMAS
     AIDS 2010 Global Village - Booth 637
     Reed Messe Wien

This is a community-focused booth where advocates from around the world can get important information on HIV prevention research and advocacy. The booth will feature a range of materials on HIV prevention, interactive learning panels on prevention research, and serve as a place for networking and informal discussions among delegates and local community members.

PATH Exhibition Booth

     Exhibition Hall Booth
     Sunday, 18 July to Thursday, 22 July
     AIDS 2010 Exhibition Hall - Stand E-451
     Reed Messe Wien

The PATH booth will feature information and publications from various PATH programs and projects including the Global Campaign for Microbicides.  

Getting Ahead of the Game: Your future HIV prevention choices

IAVI, AVAC, and GCM will host a 'game show' on new prevention technologies at the Women's Networking Zone and the Youth Zone.     

     Women's Networking Zone 
     Tuesday, 20 July, 17:15 - 18:30
     Global Village
     Reed Messe Wien

     Youth Zone 
     Wednesday, 21 July, 13:00 - 14:30
     Global Village
     Reed Messe Wien

Microbicides and the social and scientific implications of their use

Yasmin Halima and Dr. Samu Dube from the Global Campaign for Microbicides discuss the scientific and social implications of the the CAPRISA 004 trial, which showed for the first time the effectiveness of a microbicide in the prevention of HIV infection. (video)

Proof of Concept for Microbicides 

Reactions to the CAPRISA 004 microbicide clinical trial results announced the AIDS 2010 conference. (video)

GCM Posters

Session Title

Session Type

Date & Time

Strengthening Structures for HIV Prevention Research: National Policy Guidelines for Research Oversight and Administration (GCM is lead author)

Poster

 

Monday

19 July

12:30 to 14:30

 

 
Using Participatory Learning Activities to Increase HIV Prevention Research Literacy (GCM is lead author)

VIEW

 

Monday

19 July

12:30 to 14:30

 

How Much Is Enough? Developing Standards of Prevention for HIV Prevention Trials (GCM is lead author)

VIEW

 

Tuesday

20 July

12:30 to 14:30

 

 

Strengthening Evidence-based Community Advocacy in HIV Prevention Research: the Case of the AVAC-GCM HIV Prevention Research Advocacy Fellowship Program (GCM is co-author)

 

VIEW

Wednesday, 21 July

12:30 to 14:30

Communicating high-profile research results in an ever-changing media environment: lessons learned from recent HIV prevention research trials (GCM is co-author)

Poster

 

Thursday 22 July

12:30 to 14:30

 

 

See GCM in Action at the 2010 International Microbicides Conference