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Garry Brough
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THT at the 18th International AIDS Conference 2010 in Vienna
Posted on: July 13 2010, 01:29 pm

THT Events/Attendance/Posters

Saturday 17th July
Gay Men’s Preconference Satellite

Sunday 18th July

1-3pm (12.30 tea/coffee)

Satellite workshop

“Criminalisation of HIV Exposure & Transmission: Global Extent, Impact and the Way Forward”.
Presentation:  Lisa Power. Other speakers are Johanna Kehler, Susan Timberlake, Edwin J Bernard, Glenn Betteridge
Co-chair Richard Elliot.
      
Location: VISTA3
   Schlachthausgasse 28, Ecke Alfred-Dallinger-Platz 1, 1034 Vienna

Monday to Friday

Stands:
There will be two stands shared between THT and ACRIA (Aids Community Research of America) and themed on ageing issues. One will be situated in the Commercial Exhibition (Hall B, Booth 404) and the other in the Global Village (Booth 2887).

Got a message for a THT person? Leave it at the commercial exhibition booth.

Monday 19th July   

12.30 -14.30

Location: Poster Exhibition Area

“Terrence Higgins Trust Young Leaders Programme: Engaging hard to reach young people in HIV prevention through peer leadership." Abstract number: 15349

"How community-based agencies used policy changes and mass media campaigning to promote  HIV testing to MSM in England and Wales” Abstract number: 14734

"The HardCell website: how to engage hard to reach MSM around health promotion online."  Abstract number: 14015


13:00 to 17:00

Workshop on HIV/AIDS projects funded under the European Health Programme
Red Room in the IAS office space
including:14.30-14.40  - European MSM Internet survey on knowledge, attitudes and behaviour as to HIV and STI, EMIS, 2008214, Dr Axel Schmidt, Robert Koch Institute (RKI) and Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH (DE) (Ben Tunstall)


Tuesday, 20 July   

12:30 to 14:30

Location: Poster Exhibition Area

‘‘What Next?' - How a UK web-site meets the needs of MSM recently diagnosed with HIV Abstract number: 12434


Wednesday, 21 July   

12.30 – 14.30

Location: Poster Exhibition Area

‘"As I Get Older Will The Problems Get Worse?" - fears and concerns of gay and bisexual men over 50 aging with HIV in the UK.’  Abstract number: WEPE0729

“Engaging the business sector across Europe in HIV prevention that targets men who have sex with men” Abstract number is: WEPE0313


18:30 - 20:30

Location Mini Room 8

Satellite Session 222: AGEING WITH HIV: THE NEXT CHALLENGE OF THE EPIDEMIC
Host: Nick Partridge
Presentation: THT (UK) and ACRIA (USA)
Chairs: Dr Gottfried Hirnschall, HIV Director, World Health Organisation and Mark Brennan, ACRIA
Includes:
"Having Not Expected To Live This Long, It's Quite A Shock" - the 50 Plus Project and the diversity of older people with HIV in the UK – Lisa Power


Thursday 22nd July   

11:00- 12:30
      
Location: Mini Room 1: Community workshop

“Ageing and HIV: Responding to the Challenge”
Presentation: Garry Brough and other community activists and researchers from US, Kenya, UK and GNP+


12.30 – 14.30

Location: Poster Exhibition Area

"Rights here, Right Now? Ongoing criminalisation of HIV transmission in Europe and Central Asia"  Abstract number: 13857


If you are trying to contact THT, call Lisa Power on +44 7881 625034 or leave a message at the Exhibition Booth.
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kevinkelleher
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Re: THT at the 18th International AIDS Conference 2010 in Vienna
Reply #1 on: July 18 2010, 02:25 pm

Lets also think of those excluded from this conference because of funding issues or other reasons that excludes us! Well done LP who's able to attend and speak on behalf us!
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Garry Brough
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Re: THT at the 18th International AIDS Conference 2010 in Vienna
Reply #2 on: July 18 2010, 10:00 pm

I'm pleased to say there are a good many UK CAB members here in Vienna speaking on behalf of the UK CAB and PLHIV in the UK, and hopefully bringing back some lessons learned and a good deal of inspiration for what we can achieve in the future.
Check out the webcasts on Kaiser Family Foundation, the daily updates from NAM and the blogs and news on THT's media pages.
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