amfAR Aids Research: 14th National HIV/AIDS Update Conference (14th NAUC)
Venue: Bill Graham Civil Auditorium
|Event Date/Time: Mar 19, 2002||End Date/Time: Mar 22, 2002|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 10, 2001|
|Abstract Submission Date: Nov 15, 2001|
|Paper Submission Date: Nov 15, 2001|
One of the most enduring annual HIV/AIDS meetings in the U.S., the National HIV/AIDS Update Conference (NAUC) attracts a nationally representative cross-section of HIV/AIDS service providers and consumers and presents the latest
information on critical treatment, care, and prevention issues. Its mission is to provide a
unique opportunity for researchers, advocates, health care professionals, service providers, and people living with HIV/AIDS to discuss and debate strategies for slowing the AIDS epidemic and improving the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS.
Participants will include nurses, physicians, HIV/AIDS treatment advocates, educators,
case managers, mental health and social service providers, other HIV/AIDS service providers, and people with HIV/AIDS.
The goals of the 14th Conference are:
- To disseminate information on the latest developments in HIV/AIDS research and treatment as broadly as possible within the HIV/AIDS community;
- To translate the science of HIV/AIDS into language that people can use to design effective HIV/AIDS programs and access appropriate treatment and care;
- To identify hands-on applications for current HIV/AIDS research and encourage people to share successful techniques for raising the standard of
HIV/AIDS treatment and care;
- To generate consensus and build coalitions in support of essential improvements in HIV/AIDS treatment and care;
- To sustain the commitment and enthusiasm of HIV/AIDS service providers, educators, advocates, and people with HIV/AIDS who confront the epidemic on a daily basis.
For more info and full details: www.nauc.org