Track A: Basic and translational research



Track B: Clinical research



Track C: Epidemiology and prevention research



Track D: Social and political research, law, policy and human rights



Track E: Implementation research, economics, systems and synergies with other health and development sectors

Daily Report

23 July 2018

Sessions Report

MOSA04 - Condoms 2.0: Reinvigorating effective condom programming in the era of epidemic control
MOSA35 - Getting to 90: Addressing inequalities in the HIV continuum of care in Europe and Central Asia
MOSA25 - Leadership for HIV primary prevention: the Global HIV Prevention Coalition
MOSA41 - Risk heterogeneity across the 90-90-90: Evidence supporting new strategies to strengthen the effectiveness of Universal Test and Treat
MOSA43 - Stand by our men: How male-focused programs are strengthening HIV testing and contributing to improved treatment and prevention cascades for men
MOSA53 - Are we testing for 2030? Implementing and scaling-up innovative approaches to HIV testing and linkage to prevention and treatment in low- and middle-income countries
MOSA36 - Taking HIV self-testing to scale in southern Africa: Lessons learned from the STAR Initiative


Community and Leadership



Global Village and Youth Programme

Daily Report

23 July 2018

Sessions Report

MOCA06 - She’s a bitch: On the gaze of sex workers in modern society, forming a #himtoo movement and HIV
MOGS07 - The lack of political engagement drives HIV underground
MOGS14 - Sex education status quo by Youth against AIDS
MOGS13 - Take the reins for an AIDS-free world: The power of youth activism workshop
MOCA10 - Humour versus self-stigma
MOCA08 - Edutainment therapy: One good thing about music ... it heals the pain