Programme at a glance

As Montreal is our host city, the AIDS 2022 conference programme follows Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).

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Wednesday, 27 July Thursday, 28 July Friday, 29 July Saturday, 30 July Sunday, 31 July Monday, 1 Aug Tuesday, 2 Aug
07:45 Satellite symposia Satellite symposia Satellite symposia Satellite symposia Satellite symposia
08:00
08:15
08:30
08:45
09:00 Pre-conferences Pre-conferences Opening
09:15 Plenary session Plenary session Plenary session Plenary session
09:30
09:45
10:00 Pre-conferences Pre-conferences
10:15
10:30 Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop
10:45
11:00 Pre-conferences Pre-conferences
11:15
11:30
11:45 Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop
12:00 Pre-conferences Pre-conferences
12:15
12:30
12:45
13:00 Pre-conferences Pre-conferences Special session Special session Special session Special session
13:15 Satellite symposia
13:30
13:45
14:00 Pre-conferences Pre-conferences
14:15 Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop Symposia / Workshop
14:30
14:45
15:00 Pre-conferences Pre-conferences Satellite symposia
15:15
15:30 E-poster session E-poster session E-poster session Rapporteur session
15:45
16:00 Pre-conferences Pre-conferences
16:15
16:30 Plenary session Plenary session Plenary session Closing
16:45 Satellite symposia
17:00 Pre-conferences Pre-conferences
17:15
17:30
17:45
18:00 Satellite symposia Satellite symposia Satellite symposia
18:15
18:30 Satellite symposia
18:45
19:00
19:15
19:30
19:45
20:00
Global Village and Youth Programme
(10:30 – 18:00)
Global Village and Youth Programme
(10:30 – 18:00)
Global Village and Youth Programme
(10:30 – 18:00)

E-poster sessions
E-poster sessions consist of five-minute oral presentations by abstract authors, followed by an interactive moderated discussion facilitated by topic expert moderators. For AIDS 2022, these sessions will take place in person in Montreal. In addition, about 1,200 e-posters (each featuring a three-minute recorded presentation), organized by tracks and covering a wide variety of topics, will be available to view on demand in Montreal and via the conference platform.

Plenary sessions
Plenary sessions feature leading HIV scientists, policy specialists and community leaders. These distinguished speakers highlight issues and answer delegates’ questions on the latest breakthroughs in the HIV response.

Rapporteur session
At the rapporteur session, lead rapporteurs synthesize the highlights of the conference week, focusing on important results presented and the key recommendations put forward.

Satellite symposia
Satellite symposia provide a unique opportunity for organizations to host their own sessions as part of the conference programme. Find out more here.

Special sessions
Special sessions welcome political leaders, celebrities and international HIV ambassadors who spotlight critical global issues affecting the HIV response.

Symposia sessions
Symposia sessions focus on a single, clearly defined issue that requires a rapid solution. Speakers and delegates share experiences, contribute relevant research findings and brainstorm ideas to identify possible ways forward. Sessions also report on new studies and announce forthcoming research and funding initiatives.

For AIDS 2022, oral abstract sessions will be scheduled as part of symposia sessions. Oral abstract sessions are organized into themes that address new developments in each of the six scientific tracks or focus on a research topic that crosses multiple tracks. An interactive moderated discussion, facilitated by topic expert moderators, will be held at the end of each session, time permitting.