Scientific Programme

Scientific Programme

The Scientific Programme will run from Sunday 23rd October to Wednesday 26th October. The initial programme can be seen above, however more details will be added once finalised. There will be no competing sessions during the Congress.

The Congress welcomes abstract submissions, and whilst only a small number can be accepted for oral presentation, we plan a sizeable Poster area within the Exhbition Hall and ePoster area within the Congress site for those wishing to attend virtually. Further details on Abstract Submission can be found here

As in previous years, the programme will be of interest to clinical investigators from across the globe to review current research and discuss its implications for HIV management strategies. Although there have been significant advances in treatment, new challenges have now appeared. This Congress has moved into areas beyond treatment to look at prevention and cure. The role of people living with HIV in treatment decisions and self-management will feature and we look forward to perspectives in the programme from the community.

If HIV Glasgow is new to you, you can get an example of the Congress by visiting the HIV2020 Webcast Page

Details of abstracts and posters from previous congresses are also available via this site or by clicking here for 2020 or here for 2018.

HIV Glasgow 2022 will be a hybrid congress, meaning that international attendees will be able to join either in-person or virtually. Following the challenges we have all faced over the past few years we are very much looking forward to bringing the congress, and the incredible content it has to offer, back to Glasgow in 2022!

Registration for the congress is Now Open and you can complete your registration here.