The 2015 American Conference for the Treatment of HIV will be held in Dallas, Texas.
April 29 - May 2, 2015
Renaissance Dallas Hotel
The 9th annual ACTHIV is a state-of-the-science conference specifically targeted toward US frontline providers of care to persons at risk of, or with HIV infection.
- Early Bird Registration
(Prior to March1, 2015): $400
- Late Registration
(After March 1, 2015): $500
- Residents/Fellows/Students: $275
- Excellent speakers and interactive sessions
- Wide variety of relevant topics covered within a short time frame
- Great networking opportunities
- Exhibit Hall and Poster Session activities
- Physicians In Training Track
"As a fellow, I cannot over emphasize the value ACTHIV has for fellows. The concise clinical information provided was extremely high yield and all immediately relevant to ID fellows' daily HIV practice - in fact, I heard some the highest yield, best delivered talks regarding HIV care that I've received during my 2 years of fellowship. What ACTHIV has to offer ID fellows is a unique view of the challenges of practicing HIV medicine in the community. Additionally, this conference offers salient opportunities to learn about the all important delivery-of-care process, the barriers within that process and finally the role of policy. That being said, I think there is likely a subset of ID fellows who would benefit greatly from this conference."
- Second Year ID fellow (Emory University)
"Each topic had true clinical applicability. The interactive questions were great. As a pharmacist, my favorite session was the one on drug interactions" – Pharmacist Attendee
"Up to date clinical level presentations of new research and easy to understand review of current guidelines, from national and int'l leaders in the field of HIV" - Physician Attendee
It was my first time [at ACTHIV] and it was excellent. I thought the speakers were very good, thorough, great presenters, and I learned a lot about diagnosis and treatment (especially of comorbid conditions - cardiovascular, Hep B and C). Many important topics were packed into those 3 days." -Physician Attendee
"A lot of educational opportunities are available to pharmacists but I have found the up-to-date information provided by this meeting is well worth the registration fee. The speakers are often well respected leaders in area of HIV treatment and research. The education provided is very focused and directed. The design of the program is great and provides so much information in a short period of time." -Pharmacist Attendee
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