Call for Abstracts

The call for abstracts period has now closed.

Please submit abstracts for workshops, oral presentations, or poster presentations by completing the online submission process. Abstract proposals should align with one of the conference tracks and be responsive to the 2024 conference theme: Innovating to End the HIV Epidemic: Empowering Communities, Expanding Partnerships, Implementing Interventions.

The call for abstracts period has now closed. Notices of abstract status will be sent in mid-Spring 2024.

Review Criteria

All abstracts will be scored based on five equally weighted criteria:


  1. Clarity and Format: Presents clear and relevant learning objectives, clearly identifies appropriate workshop components, development of findings and approaches/interventions are logically organized.
  2. Design and Implementation: Describes approaches/interventions that have been analyzed or evaluated and tested using evidence-informed methods and describes how approaches/interventions can be replicated.
  3. Innovation: Presents novel approaches and creative models that feature new partnerships and collaborative relationships, emerging best practices, advanced care and treatment approaches, and/or evidence informed interventions that demonstrate improved health outcomes.
  4. Relevance: Details use of approaches to maximize human resources/staffing, fiscal and/or contracting practices, efficient internal operations, and effective implementation of clinical interventions, service delivery. Additionally, identifies innovative approaches to ensure program effectiveness and sustainability and improved health outcomes for people with HIV.
  5. Results and Outcomes: Highlights measurable impact on service delivery; replicable technical assistance tools and methods; and/or data-driven approaches that overcome challenges.


For more information about the abstract submission process and additional guidelines, download the Abstract Submission Guide. For technical assistance with using the online system, please email

Notices of abstract status will be sent in mid-Spring 2024.

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