The 15th Netherlands Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Epidemiology, Prevention and Treatment (NCHIV) is set to once again take place on-site at the Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam on Tuesday 22 November 2022. It will in principle be an on-site conference, but with an option to take part online (except for on-site poster viewing).

Selected plenary presentation topics this year include:

  • Antibody-based treatment for HIV 
  • Scalable mental health interventions for HIV: lessons from research in the Global North and South 
  • Immune and hormonal mechanisms of cardiometabolic risk in women living with HIV 

The full conference programme incl. all selected oral abstracts will be announed as soon as possible. For more information about the programme, click here.

 

Registration

The sign-up portal for NCHIV22 will open at the beginning of September. You will receive an email from us as soon as registration opens.

NCHIV22 conference fees (same for on-site or online):

  • Standard registration: € 185
  • Postgraduate students/A(N)IOS/nurse/nurse practitioner: € 125
  • Undergraduate students: € 50
  • Credentialed members of the media: free

Abstract submission

The NCHIV22 abstract submission portal will open at the end of August and will close at 5pm on 23 September 2022. You will receive an email from us once the abstract submission portal goes live.

Abstract submissions may include results from original research across all scientific disciplines, relevant to the themes of the conference (HIV pathogenesis, epidemiology, prevention and treatment), and conducted primarily by researchers from Dutch institutions working either in or outside the Netherlands. 

NCHIV

NCHIV serves as platform for stakeholders in the Netherlands to share and discuss the latest insights and developments in research concerning the pathogenesis, epidemiology, prevention and treatment of HIV. The annual program hosted in English, includes invited lectures, presentations of original research by a national and international faculty, as well as sessions which link research to societal impact and policy development.

NCHIV is organised by