Date: Friday 26 November 2021
Venue: Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0AE
The BHIVA Autumn Conference 2021 will be held on Friday 26 November 2021 at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.
This year, the BHIVA World AIDS Day celebration will take place at the Royal Society of Medicine immediately after the 1 day BHIVA Autumn Conference. If you would like to register to attend this event, you can do so as part of your Autumn Conference registration.
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EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 31 OCTOBER 2021
Open to application by representatives of UK-based community organisations who are registered charities or who are under the umbrella of UK-CAB (UK Community Advisory Board).
If an organisation meets neither of these criteria then they can put forward representation for consideration by BHIVA.
If the organisation has not registered for BHIVA conferences previously, then a representative’s registration form needs to be accompanied by a brief résumé of the aims and objectives of your organisation on headed paper.
Community registration places are limited and will be allocated as fairly as possible, in principle on a first-come, first-served basis, with a maximum of two registrations per community organisation.
The award covers registration for the conference only.
The deadline to receive applications is 25th October 2021.
It is essential that applications are received by this date in order to be considered for support. To apply for a community registration place please register online via the conference section of the website, selecting the category ‘Community’.
Successful community registrants will be required to pay the full applicable registration fee post conference, if they fail to attend the conference or provide 14 days’ notice of their cancellation.
Awarded to UK-based community workers to attend the conference.
Up to 10 awards will be available to applicants who are affiliated with an HIV treatment, research, vaccine information or educational organisation and who are actively involved in community treatment and prevention, education or training.
Successful applicants need to have a viable plan to share what was learned at the conference, particularly with other treatment and research educators.
Only one award per organisation will be granted.
The scholarship will cover:
- Conference registration fee
- A contribution of a maximum of £100 towards travel expenses
- Applications to be made online, selecting the category ‘Scholarships’ with a written statement of how the criteria will be met.
Applications must be received by 25th October 2021.
Successful applicants will be notified during the week commencing 1st November 2021.
Successful community scholarship registrants will be required to pay the full applicable registration fee post conference, if they fail to attend the conference or provide 14 days’ notice of their cancellation.
Registration Scholarships have been made available to assist delegates to attend the conference.
Up to 10 awards will be available to healthcare professionals who are:
- retired, not working, or employed in a part-time (half-time or less [20 hours]) or equivalent capacity.
- In addition, students involved in full-time undergraduate or postgraduate work will also qualify for these awards.
The scholarship will cover:
- the conference registration fee.
Applications should be made online, selecting the category ‘Scholarships’ and must be accompanied by a written statement of current status.
A statement as to how attending the forthcoming conference will be of benefit is also required. All applications must be received by 25th October 2021.