Online Media pre-registration closes on 17 July, at 23.59 CET
After 17 July, media registration and accreditation will only be provided on-site at the Media Desk in the Registration Area in the WCC, from Saturday, 21 July at 13:00. If you intend to register for the conference after 17 July, please send an email to either (if you are an international media) or (if you are an US media) with your details to expedite your registration onsite.
Conference Embargo Policy
In the case of AIDS 2012, as with most scientific/medical conferences, all conference abstracts are released to delegates under a strict embargo policy. Read the embargo policy
The entire AIDS 2012 programme is available online through the Programme-at-a-Glance
(PAG). Links to abstracts, slide sets with audio, rapporteur reports and e-posters will be added as they are available.
Plenary speaker and session information
The Conference Programme is pleased to announce the confirmation of two new plenary presentations. The presentation Making Women Count: A Comprehensive Agenda will be delivered on Wednesday 25 July by Linda Scruggs from the AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth and Families, United States. The second presentation, delivered on Thursday by Debbie McMillan from the Transgender Health Empowerment, United States, will focus on people who use drugs.
See the list of all confirmed plenary speakers and topics
Please note that plenary sessions will start earlier than during previous conferences and will begin at 8:40am.
An international team of rapporteurs will prepare summaries of most conference sessions with major findings and themes. A daily report will be available on the website each evening (and the following morning in Spanish). Rapporteur summaries will be presented in: the five scientific tracks, Global Village, Youth Programme, Community Programme, and Leadership & Accountability Programme.
AIDS 2012 en français
Retrouvez toute l'information en français de l'agence de presse francophone mise en place par Sidaction
, partenaire officiel de la conférence.
Grâce au soutien de l'ANRS
, les communiqués de presse officiels ainsi que le bulletin quotidien de la conférence seront traduits en français et disponibles sur le site AIDS 2012. De plus, tout au long de la conference, les journalistes seront assistés par un attaché de presse francophone, qui sera basé dans le media center.
Photo and Video
During the conference, free, high resolution photos for use by the media and others (with appropriate credit) will be available on our online gallery
Videos featuring conference highlights and interviews with key speakers and delegates will be available on the conference YouTube Channel
Webcasts AIDS 2012 Webcast Schedule
Partner Coverage News Reports by NAM
NAM will offer news stories on major scientific presentations and host online discussion forums for HIV implementers on www.aidsmap.
. NAM's will publish a free daily news bulletin in English and translated into French, Portuguese, Spanish and Russian. Scientific Analysis by CCO Clinical Care Options
' (CCO) online coverage will begin the week of 18 July and include expert audio highlights, Capsule Summaries of important clinical data, downloadable slidesets, and more.
Previous editions of the daily bulletin are available here
AIDS 2012 Host Broadcaster
Eurovision Americas as the host broadcaster of AIDS2012 will provide services to organizations interested in covering AIDS2012. This includes the production of high-quality video and audio feeds, their distribution, multilateral and unilateral transmissions, workspaces with access to pool signal, studio, stand-up, playout or other on-site production facilities. If you are interested, please contact: Emilie de Schaetzen
Eurovision Americas, Inc.
2000 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
+1 202 293 9371
Other Useful Information Glossaries of HIV/AIDS Terms
A useful online glossary
of terms related to HIV/AIDS and global health. Terminology guidelines
to assist you in your reporting of HIV/AIDS issues, prepared by UNAIDS. Online HIV/AIDS Data and Statistics
Global and country-specific data on HIV/AIDS, TB, malaria and more from GlobalHealthFacts.org
UNAIDS AIDS Epidemic Update 2009