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The abstract submission site for HIV Glasgow has now closed. If you have requested a late breaker we will be in touch in early August with details of how to submit. All accepted abstracts for this Congress are published as a supplement to the Journal of the International AIDS Society. Authors will hear about the outcome of their abstract submission latest by Monday 31 August.
Oral Presentation within the main invited programme
Space has been set aside within the main congress programme for submitted abstracts to be presented as oral presentations. Those abstracts accepted for oral presentation will be supported by the Congress Secretariat to generate their recording which will be integrated into sessions within the programme.
HIV Glasgow is well-known for its ‘Thistle’ posters viewed via poster discussion sessions. These will again feature and delegates will be invited to link with the presenter of the ‘Thistle’ at designated times during the congress to ask questions of the presenter in real time and hear their response. The Thistle presentation will also be available to view on demand via the Congress Portal. As well as recording a short presentation, presenters will be invited to also supply a more traditional poster if they wish.
Oral Poster Presentations
We would also like to give the opportunity for submitters with an accepted abstract to present this as a virtual oral presentation. Upon acceptance you will be invited to supply a presentation with up to 5-6 slides with audio embedded within the presentation. These will be available on demand on the portal to view at any time. This presentation type may be chosen instead of a traditional poster, or if you prefer, as well as a poster. Alternatively you may supply a poster for viewing as in previous years. If opting for the latter, you may also provide a short (3-4 minutes) audio clip to bring your poster to life. There will be the facility within the site for individuals to submit questions to presenters for them to respond to outside the portal programme.
You will be notified on acceptance which category of presentation you have been allocated
All submitted abstracts submitted to the HIV Glasgow Congress are published under the Creative Commons Attribution Licence which allows third parties to share the published work (copy, distribute and transmit), and to adopt it under the condition that the authors are given credit. Authors retain the copyright of their articles.