News feeds and social media

The NAM team will be publishing news coverage and conference bulletins on aidsmap.com from the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2017), taking place in Paris, France, in July 2017.

We will also be keeping an eye on tweets from the conference and you will find a selection of these on our Tweets from IAS 2017 page.

Link to our pages

The simplest way to include aidsmap's conference coverage on your website is to link to us from your website or blog. The link to our coverage for IAS 2017 is: www.aidsmap.com/ias2017.

Include an RSS feed

RSS feeds enable you to seamlessly plug-in aidsmap headlines into your site. Including headlines in this way will require knowledge of a server-side scripting language, such as PHP, ASP.NET, Java, Ruby, Coldfusion etc.

You can also use RSS feeds with your favourite RSS Reader, to alert you to new articles as soon as they are published.

The following RSS feeds are available:

Please note that these feeds will only be available once we start publishing news from the conference. If you would like to use a sample feed to help you with your integration, please use our standard news feed.

Forward the daily bulletins to your networks

Subscribe to one or more of NAM's email bulletins and get our conference news bulletins sent to your inbox automatically.

Forward these bulletins to your friends and colleagues to ensure that they also keep up to date.

Facebook

Are you on Facebook? Come and find us online and join our Facebook network at www.facebook.com/aidsmap. You could also post interesting links to your own Facebook page or in groups you belong to.

Twitter

The NAM team are on twitter! We tweet from http://twitter.com/aidsmap

You can also share our news reports using the share buttons on each page. Suggested hashtag #IAS2017

Email bulletins

Sign up for our conference bulletins

Find out more and sign up to the full range of aidsmap email bulletins >

Tweets from IAS 2017

aidsmap news apps

Keep up to date with the latest HIV news using the free aidsmap news apps for android and iPhone.

Download the app >
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