Submit Abstract | National Conference HIV, HCV & LGBT Health (Due 12/1/17)

SYNChronicity Conference (SYNC 2018) abstracts are due 11:59 pm EST on Friday, December 1, 2017.

Now is the time to submit your abstract to become part of the SYNC 2018 Conference! Don’t miss the chance to share your best practices and research addressing HIV, HCV, and LGBT health with clinicians, service providers, government officials, community-based organization staff, fiscal managers, consumers, and youth, among others.

SYNC 2018 seeks both Track Abstracts and Poster Abstracts.

Abstract Interest Areas & Format

All abstract submissions must address a specific area/specific areas of interest being covered at this year’s SYNChronicity Conference. These include, but are not limited to:

  • HIV and Aging
  • Leadership Development
  • HIV, HCV or LGBT Advocacy
  • Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)
  • Harm Reduction
  • Stigma
  • Trans Women
  • HCV and the Opioid Epidemic
  • Violence and Trauma

All submissions must provide a clear title; description; concerns that need to be addressed; a description of what participants will learn; and details of your proposed strategies, methods, and models.
Both Track and Poster abstract submissions will be considered for SYNC 2018.

Track Abstracts
At least one workshop session per track will be selected through the abstract submission process. Proposed workshops must engage participants, including clinicians, service providers, government officials, community-based organization staff, fiscal managers, consumers – including youth and aging communities – across HIV, HCV, and LGBT health.

Poster Abstracts
Poster session abstracts are similar to track session abstracts, but focus on well-defined original research and/or new and ongoing best practices, programs, and interventions that “sync” approaches, systems or topics.

Decisions will be made by the SYNC 2018 Planning Committee by mid-December.

 

For more information, visit SYNC2018.org or e-mail:

Terrence Calhoun
Conference and Events Manager
terrence@healthhiv.org

Scott Brawley
Director of Development
scott@healthhiv.org

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