COVID Protocols: All USCHA registrants must be vaccinated (and boosted depending on the date of vaccination). We will update the policy when recommendations about 2nd boosters for the general public are confirmed.
USCHA staff will send your registration details by March 31, 2022.
USCHA staff will send your booth registration details by March 31, 2022.
Spanish to English and English to Spanish translation will be available for all USCHA plenaries and workshops.
Please note that the following meals will be provided at the conference:
October 8: Lunch
October 9: Lunch
October 10: Lunch
October 11: Lunch
The dress code for USCHA is business casual attire during the conference.
Only those who register for the conference can book a hotel room at the special rate for USCHA 2022.
You will need to submit a paid USCHA registration before you can make a reservation at the hotel. Your confirmation email will include a link to make a reservation at the hotel. Do not contact the hotel directly as the conference hotels will only reserve rooms for registered attendees who have been confirmed by NMAC.
If you would like more information about the hotel please visit https://uscha.life/venue.
Submissions are accepted through the online portal. The deadline for submitting abstracts is April 15, 2022 at 5:00 p.m. PST. If you want to submit a summary follow the instructions included in the Abstract Tab.
USCHA promotes freedom of expression as an essential principle in the HIV response. Activism has always played a major role in our movement, and we encourage debate and dialogue as key elements of USCHA, including the right to protest peacefully. However, NMAC and its partners object to any interruption of conference sessions, meetings, or secondary (satellite) exhibits that results in attendees not being able to take full advantage of the educational and learning opportunities available at the conference. We ask everyone to respect the mission, spirit, and integrity of the USCHA and use their good judgment when organizing or organizing demonstrations. Those who organize demonstrations or protests during any part of the conference, including in the exhibition hall, should inform the conference staff (firstname.lastname@example.org) and designate a contact person for your demonstration. We also ask that the organizer:
NMAC reserves the right to determine whether a protest is disruptive and/or detrimental to the mission and values of USCHA. We appreciate the need for freedom of expression. We also want to balance this need with the needs of our members, sponsors, and exhibitors to ensure USCHA is productive for all. Therefore, we ask all attendees to follow these rules. Otherwise, you may be removed from the conference and prohibited from attending future NMAC-sponsored conferences.
Affinity sessions are spontaneous meetings of people participating in the conference who want to discuss a particular topic.
The following is the schedule of affinity sessions:
The Puerto Rico host Committee is in charge of the volunteer process for USCHA.
If you need sign language interpretation and did not indicate it at the time of registration, please contact email@example.com and an employee will put you in touch with a team of interpreters. All plenary sessions will have a reserved table where designated interpreters will be available to the participants.
HELP TO GET AROUND
If you need a cart to help you get around, feel free to check with the providers below, who will be available during USCHA:
The cart is available to order from October 8-11, 2022.
Please note: You will need to leave it at Puerto Rico Convention Center or you can pick it up at reception.