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New Media Sessions and Activities at AIDS 2012

The world’s largest and most important HIV-related scientific meeting is less than a week away. AIDS 2012 will bring together over 25,000 delegates (including 2,500 registered media representatives) for a week of scientific discussions and dialogue between and among scientists, healthcare providers, HIV/AIDS service organizations, advocacy groups, people living with HIV, and many others. It is an unparalleled opportunity to promote the use of new media and emerging technologies for public health messaging. If you’re attending the conference, here are some of the new media activities at this years conference. If you’re not able to attend, follow #AIDS2012 and visit to stay up to date, view updates, and access Kaiser’s live webcasts:

(Note all times are listed are U.S. Eastern Standard Time).

Sunday, July 22

  • 12:00 pm
    Tweetup (Youth Pavilion, Global Village)
    Thanks to the support of the conference organizers, there will be a tweetup for people already tweeting, or wanting to tweet, to meet each other, share best practices and  exchange Twitter handles. You do not have to be registered for the conference to attend the Tweetup, but you will have to use the entrance 9th Street NW entrance at M Street to enter the building. Since the Global Village does not open until later on Sunday, a staff member will need to escort all participants. Gather at the entrance to Hall B on the concourse level to be escorted to the Tweetup

Monday, July 23

Tuesday, July 24

Wednesday, July 25

Thursday, July 26

Did we miss anything? If so, please let us know!