Call for Abstracts

Abstract submissions are invited for this Congress and will be published as a supplement to the Journal of the International AIDS Society.

To submit an abstract please click here.

The deadline for receipt of abstracts is Friday 1st July 2022. Individuals wishing to submit a late breaker will be able to do so providing a letter of intent is received by the regular abstract deadline of Friday 1st July; letters of intent should be addressed to the Core Committee and should be sent to [email protected]. The late breaker must contain new information/data and the final abstract must be received by Friday 12th August 2022 to be considered by the Congress.

Notifications will be sent Friday 9th September. If you have not heard by 23rd September, we ask that you get in touch.

Abstract submission categories are in line with the main programme themes of the congress.

Full details including submission criteria, categories and deadlines are available here.

Abstract Categories

ARV-based Prevention
Perinatally acquired HIV
– PrEP
– Treatment as Prevention (TasP)
Treatment Strategies and Outcomes
– New Treatments and Targets
– Target Populations
– Adolescents and Children
– Ageing Population
– Women
– Late Presenters
– Naive Patients
– Primary Infection
– Experienced Patients
– IDUs
– Transgender Patients
– Strategies
– Adherence
– Cure/Post-treatment Control
– Rapid ART
– Simplification
– Switch Studies
– Other
Opportunistic Infections
– Tuberculosis
– Others
Co-morbidities and Complications of Disease and/or Treatment
– Ageing
– Bone
– Cardiovascular
– Malignancies
– AIDS-defining
– Non-AIDS-defining
– Metabolic
– Neurological
– Renal
– Mental Health Disorders
– Other
Viral Hepatitis
Clinical Pharmacology
Community Treatment Initiatives
Models of Care
– Cost Effectiveness
– Evaluation of ARV Delivery and Coverage
Virology and Immunology
– Biomarkers
– Tropism
– Resistance
– Other
Late Presenters
– In the Context of HIV
– Novel Therapeutics
Monkeypox Virus

If a submitted abstract is accepted for presentation, one of the authors on the abstract will be required to register for the congress and present the abstract. All abstracts will be considered for either oral or poster presentation unless you specifically opt for ‘poster only’ during the submission process.

Given the focus of this meeting and the single-session format, abstracts are more likely to be
accepted if they contain clinically relevant information in line with the Congress theme.

Abstracts which have previously been presented at national or regional meetings will be
considered for this meeting if the abstract reviewers believe the abstract content may be of
interest to a broader audience. The likelihood of achieving an oral presentation for a
previously presented abstract is very low.

Abstracts previously presented or published at international congresses will only be considered
if they contain new data.

Individuals opting to submit abstracts previously presented will be asked to tick a box on the abstract submission form indicating whether the abstract has previously been accepted at a national/regional or international meeting, and to provide information on the meeting it was accepted for.

Abstracts from previous Congresses are available via the Journal of the International AIDS Society or by clicking here to view them within this site.