2021 USCHA

Welcome to the 2021 United States Conference on HIV/AIDS!

Registration is now open for the 2021 United States Conference on HIV/AIDS!  Exhibit booth reservation, abstract and scholarship submission is open as well.

The 2021 United States Conference on HIV/AIDS is coming October 28-31! Based on the upward trend in COVID vaccinations and decreasing levels of infection, we will be meeting in-person at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Washington, DC.  We hope you will join us and many of your colleagues as we reconvene to continue the fight against HIV.

USCHA will follow all guidance from the CDC, DC Health department and Marriott Marquis hotel.  We will be providing regular updates as we receive new information on social distancing, mask guidelines and rules for large groups.  We recommend that all USCHA registrants be fully vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

We are planning workshops that address the current state of the epidemics and how we’ve all pivoted to new methods in serving our communities.  2021 tracks include: Racism and Race, Best Practices in Telehealth, Biomedical HIV Prevention, Addressing Issues Around COVID, Ending the Epidemic-Next Steps, Prioritizing People Living with HIV, Public Policy, Trauma-Informed Care/Mental Health and Track en Español.  Additionally, we will feature pathways and institutes that provide extra focus on important issues and impacted populations.

This year’s conference theme is “Homecoming”.  Homecoming invokes feelings of remembrance, reconnection and celebration.  Let’s come together to honor those we lost and strengthen the bonds created that allow us to continue with our goal of ending the epidemics.  And let’s not forget that the homecoming theme and Halloween weekend will create opportunities for lots of fun.

We look forward to welcoming everyone back in-person.  For more information, please e-mail conferences@nmac.org.