HIV Glasgow is kicking off on Sunday 28 October and will run through Wednesday 31 October.

As a global specialist HIV company 100% dedicated to HIV, we'll be in Glasgow presenting important new data, engaging in debate and playing our part in connecting with, supporting and better understanding the global HIV community, of which we are proud to be a part of.

Throughout the conference, our team will be hosting a number of forums and activities in addition to giving presentations around our latest research. Below, we highlight a few of these:

Positive Action Europe Community Event: The Strength of Partnership

Monday 29 October, 19:30 – 21:30 – The Village Hotel, Glasgow – Inspiration room 1

Created in 1992, Positive Action was the first pharmaceutical company programme to support communities affected by HIV and AIDS. Positive Action Europe began its grant giving in 2014. To date 49 grants have been provided to community organizations who work directly with people living with HIV.

At the community event in Glasgow we’ll be highlighting the importance of partnerships and sharing success stories of some European initiatives supported by Grants/Sponsorships/ Joint Working Agreements.

Positive Action Europe Behind the scenes: Sharing grant compliance requirements

Tuesday 30 October, 12:00-13:00 - Positive Action Exhibition Stand

Positive Action Europe began its grant giving in 2014 and will be announcing the opening the applications for the 2019 grantees during HIV Glasgow. To provide greater understanding of the process and support community organisations with their application, an informal lunch and learn will take place at the Positive Action exhibition stand.  The session is open to community representatives who would like to apply for a 2019 Positive Action Europe grant.

HIV Glasgow Scientific Exchange - Changing Treatment Paradigms in HIV

A ViiV Healthcare-sponsored Scientific Exchange symposium; Tuesday 30 October 17:30 - 19:00

During the conference, we’ll be hosting a scientific exchange that looks at the changing HIV Treatment Landscape, exploring in detail topics around the antiretroviral regimen design, the impact of new long-term approaches to ART.

The session will be led by an international faculty and is open to healthcare professionals registered for HIV Glasgow conference.

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