amfAR at AIDS 2024: Presentations, Meetings, and Workshops



Impact profiles in implementation science: Making a difference
(pre-conference session)
MODERATOR: Annette Sohn

HIV Pediatrics Workshop

Prevalence and associated factors of moderate-to-high suicidal risk among Thai adolescents and young adults living with HIV
PRESENTER: Tavitiya Sudjaritruk

Why are pediatric-to-adult HIV care transition processes not streamlined? A qualitative study of the experiences and needs of young people with perinatal HIV in Thailand
PRESENTER: Linda Aurpibul

Increased biomarkers of cardiovascular disease in a long-term survivor cohort of young adults living with perinatal HIV with virologic non-suppression or metabolic syndrome
PRESENTER: Linda Aurpibul

Symptoms of depression and anxiety among adolescents and young adults living with HIV: A multiregional analysis of the AYANI
PRESENTER: Tavitiya Sudjaritruk


Integration of mental health and HIV care: Opportunities for scale-up?
(Symposium: Bridging mind and body: The interconnectedness of HIV and mental health)
PRESENTER: Annette Sohn

Community-led monitoring goes beyond evaluating essential health components, it also actively addresses issues of rights and social justice in Indonesia and Manipur, India
PRESENTER: Giten Khwairakpam

Fully integrated mental health management within routine HIV adolescent and young adult services using a collaborative care model in Thailand: Lessons learned
PRESENTER: Wipaporn Natalie Songtaweesin

Cause specific mortality incidence in the Thai National AIDS Program: 2008-2023
PRESENTER: Cheewanan Lertpiriyasuwat

Time-varying concordance of self-reported and point-of-care biomarkers of alcohol and substance use measures among older adults with HIV from low- and middle-income countries, the Sentinel Research Network of IeDEA
PRESENTER: Melissa Stockton

Persistence of symptoms of depression, anxiety, and PTSD among people with HIV aged >40 years in low- and middle-income countries in the Sentinel Research Network of IeDEA
PRESENTER: Melissa Stockton

Understanding multi-stakeholder perspectives on comprehensive chemsex services for young men who have sex with men in Thailand: Qualitative findings from the CLYMAX study
PRESENTER: Akarin Hiransuthikul

Navigating facilitators and barriers to establishing chemsex services in Thailand – qualitative findings from the CLYMAX study
PRESENTER: Akarin Hiransuthikul

Anal high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion screening algorithms for Thai cisgender men and transgender women who have sex with men: baseline results of a multiphase optimization strategy study
Supanat Thitipatarakorn

How to critically read and review a scientific manuscript
Annette Sohn

Public Policy

Structural racism and its impact on Black gay men in Europe and America accessing HIV prevention and treatment
(Symposium: Person-centered services: Design and implementation of effective HIV prevention and care)
PRESENTER: Greg Millett

Undue influence: The outsized role of U.S policy in global HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights
PRESENTERS: Jennifer Sherwood, Beirne Roose-Snyder

Changing policy through science
(Pre-conference session: Looking to the future: Opportunities for scale and impact)
PRESENTER: Greg Millett

Government as a CLM partner: What’s working, what’s needed, what’s next?
(Pre-conference session)
MODERATORS: Greg Millett, Maureen Luba

Predictors of waiting time at public health facilities in South Africa: evidence from Ritshidze’s community-led monitoring
PRESENTER: Ndivhuwo Rambau

Disparities in quality of care among trans men and trans women in South Africa: findings from Ritshidze’s community led-monitoring
PRESENTER: Olayiwola James Oladipo

Community-led monitoring approaches and data on PrEP: evidence from South Africa, Haiti, and Zimbabwe
PRESENTER: Mary Nyathi

Adolescent girls and young women living with HIV experiences in access to health facilities in Lesotho 2023
PRESENTER: Makeneuoe Fako

State-Level Transgender Policy Index and Implications on the U.S. HIV Response
PRESENTER: Deborah V Stenoien

Biomedical Research

Need for increased HIV testing prior to and during pre-exposure prophylaxis with cabotegravir long-acting injections in routine clinical care in the United States

TCR repertoire diversity allows for expansion of HIV-specific CD8 T-cells following anti-PD1 in people with HIV and cancer on ART
PRESENTER: Celine Gubser

Click here for an overview of amfAR’s contributions to AIDS 2024, including a comprehensive calendar of presentations, sessions, and workshops.

Click here for daily updates of sessions at AIDS 2024 covering research on curing HIV, HIV care, and AIDS policy from amfAR and others.

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