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The 19th European AIDS Conference (#EACS2023) will be organised from 18-21 October 2023 in Warsaw, a significant cultural, political, and economic hub of Central and Eastern Europe which has evolved uniquely within the last 20 years when EACS 2003 was first hosted here.

Under the theme “It’s time to revisit!” the 19th European AIDS Conference will aim not only to revisit Warsaw but also to set goals and deliverables in the fight against the HIV epidemic. Equal access for both EU and non-EU countries to high standards of care, focus on marginalised populations, scaling up the efforts to halt HIV transmission along with promoting access to harm reduction programmes and its de-criminalisation will be at the very centre of the conference’s discussions.

EACS aims at bringing together scientists from all over Europe to facilitate an exchange of the latest information regarding clinical aspects of the disease. The European AIDS Conference is held every two years.

The European AIDS Clinical Society is a not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to promote excellence in standards of care, research and education in HIV infection and related co-infections, and to actively engage in the formulation of public health policy, with the aim of reducing HIV disease burden across Europe. The European AIDS Conference is a biennial conference attracting around 3,500 participants.

To learn more about Warsaw’s successful conference bids, click here.