ICAAP is the second largest HIV/AIDS forum in the world; and is a biennial gathering for the release and discussion of scientific, programmatic and policy developments in the global response to the issues of HIV/AIDS. The Co-convener of ICAAPs is the ASAP and UNAIDS. ICAAP promotes opportunities for greater regional collaboration, sharing of ideas amongst people infected and affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemics from across the Asia and the Pacific region and provides regional and national organisations, governments and individual stakeholders with space to enhance their mutual contributions in the response to HIV/AIDS.
The Congress has its distinctiveness including:
• has approximately 4,000 attendees from over 60 countries in the region
• presents more than 2,000 papers in poster, oral poster and oral paper sessions
• has a substantial scholarship programme
• runs for 5 days of programme sessions, plus opening/closing ceremonies and a range of pre- and post- Congress meetings
• convenes AIDS ambassadors and Champions and ministers meeting
• is co-sponsored by ASAP and the UNAIDS
• for Interis supported by major international donors including the Australian Agency national Development (AusAID), Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and exclusively supported by the RoK government including the Ministry of Health and Welfare, the Korea Tourism Organisation, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, City of Busan
Important dates to remember
1 November 2010 - 28 February 2011
1 December 2010 - 31 March 2011
1 December 2010 - 31 March 2011
1 March 2011 - 31 May 2011
1 June 2011 - 30 August 2011
26-30 August 2011
Call for Abstract
On-line Abstract is ongoing through the official ICAAP10 website. Please check out the program tracks and submit your abstract here. On-line Abstract Submission will be closed on 31 March 2011.
Satellite Meeting, Skills Building Workshop proposal guidelines are NOW available. Please click below to view the each guideline.
- Satellite Meeting Guidelines
- Skills Building Workshop Guidelines
We encourage you to register now to secure your seat at ICAAP10. By registering now, you are able to get benefits from the discounted registration fee. ICCAP10 has been preparing the valuable scientific program as well as exciting social program. Please find the guidelines and register here.
Call for Scholarship
Scholarship submission is ongoing. The ICAAP10 offers full and partial scholarship programmes to anyone working in the field of HIV/AIDS. Please notice that the media registration and media scholarship is separated. On-line Scholarship submissions will be closed on 31 March 2011. Please find the guidelines.
On-line hotel reservation is under construction. It will be open at the beginning of March. Thank you for your understanding in advance.
The ICAAP10 Local Organizing Committee welcomes the participation of a wide range of organizations, companies and individuals to help with funding the 10th ICAAP in Busan, Republic of Korea. Please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org for details and arrangement.
CALL FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS
Delegates are encouraged to submit abstracts for review and presentation. Individuals may present more than one paper and may be listed as co-authors on any number of abstracts.
Selected abstracts will appear in its full form in the Congress Abstracts Booklet and a shortened version of the abstracts that are selected will appear in the Congress Programme Booklet featuring the presenting author, title and institution of the presenting author.
On-line Abstract Submission Open
14 January, 2011
Abstract Submission Deadline
31 March, 2011
Late Breaker Abstract: 1-30 June 2011
A small number of late breaker abstracts will be accepted for oral and poster presentation during the Congress. Nonetheless, the percentage of late breakers will depend on the number of submissions and the selection will be more rigorous than for regular abstract submissions. Late breaker abstracts should be limited ONLY to presentations of development in the SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH that are not yet available by the regular deadlines.
Should you have further enquires please contact Sarah Ahn at the ICAAP10 LOC.
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