NIH World AIDS Day 2021 Virtual Event The Role of Research in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy December 1, 2021 11:00am - 12:30pm oar.nih.gov

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The National Institutes of Health Office of AIDS Research invites our federal and community partners to share the resources in this toolkit to help amplify the NIH World AIDS Day virtual event and share important messages about the role of research in continued progress toward ending the HIV pandemic and improving the health of people living with or significantly affected by HIV.

Event Description

The year 2021 marked 40 years since the first reports of the syndrome of diseases later named AIDS. Since that time, groundbreaking research has helped turn a once-fatal disease, with effective treatment, into a manageable chronic condition. The National HIV/AIDS Strategy for 2022 to 2025 will highlight the important role of research in continued progress toward ending the HIV pandemic and improving the health of people living with or significantly affected by HIV. These efforts will require robust research collaboration among private, public, and community entities to prevent new HIV infections, accelerate new therapies, and achieve HIV cure. The World AIDS Day event will feature compelling discussions about the next chapter of high-impact HIV research, the types of multisectoral and interdisciplinary partnerships necessary for success, and the integral role of community stakeholders.

Join a distinguished group of participants at the NIH World AIDS Day 2021 virtual event for a live discussion on these topics, including a public question and answer (Q&A) session, as we help mark the global World AIDS Day observance in this momentous year.

This event will be broadcast on NIH VideoCast and is open to the public.

POC:
Katie Karimy, MBA
Lead Communications Specialist
Office of AIDS Research, NIH
katie.karimy@nih.gov

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  • Join @NIH_OAR December 1, 2021 to commemorate World AIDS Day. The event will highlight the important role of research in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. Read more: https://bit.ly/2Yy4qX9
  • Save the Date: December 1, 2021 for the #NIH World AIDS Day Virtual Event: The Role of Research in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. https://bit.ly/2Yy4qX9
  • The #NIH World AIDS Day observance December 1, 2021 will feature compelling discussions about the next chapter of high-impact HIV research, the types of multisectoral and interdisciplinary partnerships necessary for success, and the integral role of community stakeholders. #WAD2021
  • Join @NIH_OAR for the #NIH World AIDS Day observance December 1, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This virtual event is open to the public and will be videocast live, https://bit.ly/3CgnF5D
  • @NIH_OAR wants to hear from you. Submit your #WorldAIDSDay question about the future of HIV research via email to OARinfo@nih.gov.

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  • The NIH World AIDS Day 2021 virtual event will highlight the role of Research in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. The event will feature compelling discussions about the next chapter of high-impact HIV research, the types of multisectoral and interdisciplinary partnerships necessary for success, and the integral role of community stakeholders.
  • Join a distinguished group of participants at the NIH World AIDS Day 2021 virtual event for a live discussion, including a public Q&A. The World AIDS Day event will feature compelling discussions about the next chapter of high-impact HIV research, the types of multisectoral and interdisciplinary partnerships necessary for success, and the integral role of community stakeholders. https://bit.ly/3CgnF5D
  • Please join the NIH Office of AIDS Research for the NIH World AIDS Day observance Wednesday, December 1, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ET. This virtual event is open to the public and will be videocast live. https://bit.ly/3CgnF5D
  • World AIDS Day is an annual observance dedicated to uniting people worldwide in the fight against HIV/AIDS. The observance presents an opportunity to show support for people living with HIV and remember those who have died from AIDS-related illness. Join a distinguished group of participants at the NIH World AIDS Day 2021 virtual event for a live discussion, including a public Q&A, about HIV research to mark World AIDS Day 2021.

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  • The NIH World AIDS Day 2021 virtual event will focus on the role of research in the National HIV/AIDS Strategy. Join a distinguished group of participants for compelling discussions about the next chapter of high-impact HIV research, the types of multisectoral and interdisciplinary partnerships necessary for success, and the integral role of community stakeholders. Read more: https://bit.ly/2Yy4qX9

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Figure 1."Inspiration, commitment, and perseverance among researchers and partners produced scientific discoveries that radically changed the lives of people with HIV, transforming a fatal disease into a manageable chronic condition with effective treatment. The National Institutes of Health remains committed to supporting and facilitating the groundbreaking research that can prevent new HIV infections, accelerate new therapies, and achieve HIV cure."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Additional Federal World AIDS Day Resources and Materials

CDC

HIV.gov

HRSA

USAID

This page last reviewed on November 22, 2021