Register for `Transforming the HIV/TB response: Defining the next 10 years`

Published: 18 June 2012

WHO’s STOP TB programme is organising a consultation immediately prior to AIDS 2012 in Washington DC, in order to generate innovative ideas on the next ten years of the HIV/TB response. The consultation will be co-hosted by Diane Havlir of University of San Francisco and the Chair of the Global TB/HIV Working Group and co-Chair of AIDS 2012 and Mark Dybul of the Georgetown University and George W Bush Institute and formerly the US Global AIDS Coordinator, and convened by Haileyesus Getahun of the Stop TB Department of WHO.

The meeting will look at programmatic and scientific priorities for the next ten years, including prevention, treatment, diagnostics and the needs of neglected populations, and will seek to gather opinion to feed into strategic development.

The consultation is intended for decision makers, opinion leaders, scientists, activists and programme managers. It will take place on Saturday 21 July (9.00 - 17.00) at Georgetown University Law Center. 

Limited spaces are available and attendance will be by registration only. If you would like to attend please send an e-mail to at your earliest convenience but no later than close of business 13th July 2012. For more details visit the following link.

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