Learn about and participate in the 2016 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment, August 23rd – 26th, 2016 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Washington, DC.
HRSA's HIV/AIDS Bureau is convening the meeting under the theme “Forward Momentum: Accelerating Access. Optimizing Care. Transforming Public Health.”
Register, Submit an Abstract, Book a Room, Check the Agenda
The conference website is the place to:
- Register (deadline: July 25)
- Submit an Abstract for a workshop or poster (deadline: April 29 - extended to May 6)
- Book your hotel room
- Check out the agenda as it gets developed
- Apply to exhibit (free, requires approval, slots limited: deadline June 24)
- Ask questions of conference organizers
To take part in the 2016 National Ryan White Conference on HIV Care and Treatment, please email the conference organizers, who will provide the information you need. Within 15 business days, you will receive a decision and, if approved, further details about exhibiting will be provided.
The 4-day event is the largest gathering of HIV/AIDS health care providers, program recipients, consumers, and stakeholders in the United States. More than 2,400 people are expected to attend and experience in-depth plenary sessions, as well as host educational workshops and breakout meetings—in addition to an active exhibit hall and an extensive poster program. The conference, which follows the 25th anniversary of the Ryan White Program, is the premier platform for participants to engage with peers about the latest in comprehensive HIV care and treatment. It brings together HIV-experienced, clinical decision-makers and key medical care team members from across the country who work in a Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program-supported setting.
The conference will provide an opportunity for participants to:
- Learn the latest advancements from leaders in the field.
- Identify strategies that enhance recipients’ programmatic and fiscal knowledge.
- Offer opportunities for in-person collaboration.
- Provide a forum for sharing best practices.