Greg Millett, amfAR

amfAR

Presenter Of 3 Presentations

Plenary session

Plenary: Casualties on the road to ending HIV: Context matters in addressing HIV disparities. From the very beginning of the 40-year HIV pandemic until today, HIV disparities have remained an intractable issue. This plenary will explore these disparities in multiple contexts and populations, as well as their drivers and solutions. It will also touch on HIV disparities in the context of various efforts to end HIV transmission across the globe.

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Prime Channel-Live sessions
Plenary session

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Bridging session

Disparities

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Symposia and bridging sessions On-Demand Channel

Moderator Of 1 Session

Symposia session
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Symposia and bridging sessions On-Demand Channel
Session Description
Numerous cities, regions and countries around the world have made impressive progress on HIV incidence and mortality. How did they do it? And how can their progress inform advocacy, programming and policy globally? In July 2019 amfAR, AVAC and Friends of the Global Fight, in partnership with Kaiser Family Foundation, released a report examining six jurisdictions, identifying factors that drove their progress and suggesting the common elements of success. It also provided a timeline of the future, based on those elements, to suggest priorities for accelerating global efforts against the epidemic. This session will offer insights from advocates and researchers in these jurisdictions and will engage the audience in a dialogue about how lessons from successful jurisdictions can help drive effective advocacy and policy.

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Major industry sponsor satellite

Presentation on the report, "Assessing Differential Impacts of COVID-19 on Black Communities."

Major industry sponsor satellite

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Bridging session

Disparities

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Symposia and bridging sessions On-Demand Channel

Moderator Of 1 Session

Symposia session
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Symposia and bridging sessions On-Demand Channel
Session Description
Numerous cities, regions and countries around the world have made impressive progress on HIV incidence and mortality. How did they do it? And how can their progress inform advocacy, programming and policy globally? In July 2019 amfAR, AVAC and Friends of the Global Fight, in partnership with Kaiser Family Foundation, released a report examining six jurisdictions, identifying factors that drove their progress and suggesting the common elements of success. It also provided a timeline of the future, based on those elements, to suggest priorities for accelerating global efforts against the epidemic. This session will offer insights from advocates and researchers in these jurisdictions and will engage the audience in a dialogue about how lessons from successful jurisdictions can help drive effective advocacy and policy.

Presenter Of 7 Presentations

Plenary session
Major industry sponsor satellite

Presentation on the report, "Assessing Differential Impacts of COVID-19 on Black Communities."

Bridging session

Disparities

Room
Symposia and bridging sessions On-Demand Channel
Major industry sponsor satellite
Plenary session

Plenary: Casualties on the road to ending HIV: Context matters in addressing HIV disparities. From the very beginning of the 40-year HIV pandemic until today, HIV disparities have remained an intractable issue. This plenary will explore these disparities in multiple contexts and populations, as well as their drivers and solutions. It will also touch on HIV disparities in the context of various efforts to end HIV transmission across the globe.

Room
Prime Channel-Live sessions

Moderator Of 1 Session

Symposia session
Room
Symposia and bridging sessions On-Demand Channel
Session Description
Numerous cities, regions and countries around the world have made impressive progress on HIV incidence and mortality. How did they do it? And how can their progress inform advocacy, programming and policy globally? In July 2019 amfAR, AVAC and Friends of the Global Fight, in partnership with Kaiser Family Foundation, released a report examining six jurisdictions, identifying factors that drove their progress and suggesting the common elements of success. It also provided a timeline of the future, based on those elements, to suggest priorities for accelerating global efforts against the epidemic. This session will offer insights from advocates and researchers in these jurisdictions and will engage the audience in a dialogue about how lessons from successful jurisdictions can help drive effective advocacy and policy.