2010 HIV Summit

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Gaylord National Hotel & Convention Center, National Harbor MD
November 17-19, 2010


Final Program and Abstract Book

Video Tribute to C. Everett Koop, MD, ScD
, Recipient of the first "C. Everett Koop HIV/AIDS Public Health Leadership Award"

2010 HIV Summit Presentations

2010 HIV Summit Posters

2010 HIV Summit Participants

Summit Participant Evaluation

 2010 National Summit 

2010summitsponsors

 








Registration:

Late or On-site registration for individuals from academic institutions or not-for-profit organizations:

  • Full registration: $800.00 (includes 2 nights hotel, all meals during conference and access to all sessions)
  • Commuter registration: $300.00 (includes all meals during conference and access to all sessions)

 
Late or On-Site registration for individuals from Industry:

  • Full registration: $2000.00 (includes 2 nights hotel, all meals during conference and access to all sessions)
  • Commuter: $1500.00 (includes all meals during conference and access to all sessions)

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Schedule:

The 2010 National Summit on HIV Diagnosis, Prevention, and Access to Care will convene at 5 pm on November 17 with the opening plenary.

The summit will adjourn on November 19 at 12:30 pm.

 

Background:

The 2010 National Summit on HIV Diagnosis, Prevention, and Access to Care (November 17-19, 2010, National Harbor, MD) is sponsored by the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research in partnership with the American Academy of HIV Medicine, the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, HIV Medicine Association, Health Resources and Services Administration, Kaiser Permanente and the Veterans Administration.

The mission of the 2010 HIV Summit is to address and support the continued implementation of CDC's recommendations for increased HIV testing and to further identify and build upon strategies for HIV diagnosis, prevention, linkage to and retention in care. In short - to highlight the progress made in the four years since the recommendations were released and plan how to move from pilot and demonstration projects to sustainable programs.

The program is being developed under the leadership of the co-chairs Dr. John G. Bartlett (Johns Hopkins University) and Dr. Kenneth H. Mayer (Brown University) and the Scientific Planning Committee representing governmental agencies, professional societies, academia, clinical care, community and advocacy organizations and the pharmaceutical sector. The program will consist of plenary sessions at the beginning and end of the conferences. Separate tracks in Testing, Prevention, Access and Linkage to Care, and Measuring Outcomes of HIV Testing Efforts will allow in-depth discussion of these topics.

Objectives:

Goals and Objectives of the 2010 Summit:

  • To address and support the continued implementation of CDC's recommendations for increased HIV testing.
  • To further identify strategies for HIV diagnosis, prevention, and issues of access and linkage to care.
  • To assess the current impact of recommendations to implement routine HIV testing on policy, program and practice at the local, state and federal level.

Status:

The 2010 Summit will be held November 17-19, 2010 in National Harbor, MD

Planning Committee Members:

 
Steering Committee  

John G. Bartlett, co-chair
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Kenneth H. Mayer, co-chair
Brown University Medical School/The Miriam Hospital
Cornelius Baker
National Black Gay Men's Advocacy Coalition
Bernard M. Branson
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Kevin Fenton
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Henry Masur
National Institutes of Health Clinical Center
Veronica Miller
Forum for Collaborative HIV Research

 
Scientific Planning Committee  

Judith Aberg
New York University School of Medicine
Judith Auerbach
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Joe Burrage
Association of Nurses in AIDS CARE
Victoria Cargill
Office of AIDS Research-NIH
Laura Cheever
HIV/AIDS Bureau, HRSA
Myron Cohen
University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Chris Collins
The Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR)
Natalie Cramer
National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors
Pat Emmanuel
University of South Florida/HIVMA/American Academy of Pediatrics
Judith Feinberg
University of Cincinnati /American Academy of HIV Medicine
Donna Futterman
Montefiore Medical Center
Michael Horberg
Kaiser Permanente
Nnemdi Kamanu Elias
District of Columbia Department of Health
Marsha Martin
Get Screened Oakland
Kathy McNamara
National Association of Community Health Centers
David Munar
AIDS Foundation of Chicago
Israel Nieves-Rivera
San Francisco Department of Public Health
Roger Pomerantz
Merck Research Laboratories
James (Jim) Rooney
Gilead Sciences, Inc
Richard Rothman
Johns Hopkins University
Michael Saag
University of Alabama, Birmingham Center for AIDS Research
Daniel Seekins
Bristol Myers Squibb
Valerie E. Stone
Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital
Jur Strobos
Forum for Collaborative HIV Research
Monica Sweeney
New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene
Donna Sweet
University of Kansas School of Medicine/ACP/CHAC
Ronald Valdiserri
US Department of Health and Human Services
Linda Valleroy
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Rochelle Walensky
Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Andrea Weddle
HIV Medicine Association
Sheryl Zwerski
National Institutes of Health/NIAID/DAIDS

 

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