AIDS 2022, July 29 - August 2

Re-engage and Follow the Science

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) joins the world's largest gathering on HIV/AIDS at the 24th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2022). Taking place both online and in person, AIDS 2022 presents an opportunity to showcase HIV research around the globe, innovative approaches to HIV prevention and care, and the U.S. government’s ongoing commitment to ending HIV at home and abroad.

Scientific discovery has yielded advances in HIV research that were unavailable and even unimaginable just a decade ago. HIV and HIV-related research has been shaped by people with lived experience, communities affected by HIV, domestic and global cooperation among governments, private industry, and academic and research institutions. New developments in HIV research, prevention, care, and treatment have contributed to reducing HIV transmission, enabling individuals with HIV to live long and healthy lives, while also addressing HIV stigma in communities and health care systems.

The NIH will share with AIDS 2022 conference participants the latest research and progress on ending the HIV epidemic.

Get Involved and Spread the Word

To help promote the research being presented at AIDS 2022, use the resources at the links below, and tag #AIDS2022 when sharing the posts and images via social media.

For more updates, follow @NIH_OAR on Twitter and encourage audiences interested in HIV research to subscribe to receive e-mail updates from the NIH OAR Office of AIDS Research.

AIDS 2022 Social Media Toolkit from NIH OAR

Use these resources from the NIH to communicate activities at AIDS 2022. Feel free to use the sample information in its entirety or tailor the content to meet your organization’s style and messaging needs.

AIDS 2022 Content and Resources from Partners for Sharing

From HIV.gov

From AIDS 2022

  • Participate in the AIDS2022 video campaign. The conference invites the community to share a short video of what re-engagement means personally. Find more information at the campaign website, #AIDS2022Engage.

 

This page last reviewed on July 28, 2022