International AIDS Society


Programme-at-a-Glance and itinerary builder

The entire IAS 2015 programme is now available online through the Programme-at-a-Glance (PAG). All sessions, satellites and other programme activities are listed. Links to abstracts, slide presentations, webcasts, key sessions, rapporteur reports and e-posters will be added as they are available.

You can use the Programme-at-a-Glance to view topic-focused roadmaps and build your own personalized itinerary, which allows you to select individual sessions and print out your attendance plan. You may use your conference profile to save your itinerary. The Programme-at-a-Glance is available here: http://pag.ias2015.org/

Programme-at-a-Glance for mobile devices

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Abstract Database

Abstracts are available through the Programme-at-a-Glance. View by day, session type or track, or search by abstract number, presenter or keyword(s).

Abstract e-book

An online version of the abstract book is available for download here.

Rapporteur Reports

An international team of rapporteurs has prepared summaries of all sessions. Community leaders are also sharing their perspectives. Session reports and daily summaries in each track are available here.

Affiliated Independent Events

Other meetings, symposia, forums or events organized for conference delegates outside the conference venue by other organizations are referred to as Affiliated Independent Events. They are held during times that do not conflict with the conference programme.

View the full list of Affiliated Independent Events.


Message from the Minister of Health

Read the message from Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, Government of Canada

English version ¦ Version française

Photo and videos

Online Photo Library

During the conference, free, high-resolution photos for use by the media and others (with appropriate credit) are available on the IAS 2015 photo gallery.

YouTube Channel

Videos featuring conference highlights as well as recorded sessions are available on the conference YouTube Channel.

Conference practicalities

For useful and practical information about the conference, visit www.ias2015.org/practicalities.aspx

The Vancouver Consensus

The world must act rapidly to drive down HIV incidence, death, and long term costs.We call on leaders the world over to implement HIV science and commit to providing access to immediate HIV treatment to all people living with HIV.

Sign The Vancouver Consensus here www.vancouverconsensus.org


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Press Releases

IAS 2015 - The numbers

Preventing and treating viral hepatitis in people living with HIV is key focus of IAS 2015
22 July 2015

New studies show momentum in HIV cure research, driven by new tools and approaches
21 July 2015

Study results help guide real-world PrEP implementation
20 July 2015

Final study results provide definitive scientific evidence to support earlier initiation of HIV treatment
20 July 2015

IAS announces 2015 CIPHER award grantees, commits to largest-ever grant programme in 2016
19 July 2015

IAS 2015 to feature landmark research covering the most critical areas in the global response to HIV
19 July 2015

See more press releases here

Online scientific coverage

News Reports by NAM

NAM offers news stories on major scientific presentations and host online discussion forums for HIV implementers on www.aidsmap.com. NAM publishes a free daily news bulletin in English and translated into French, Portuguese, Spanish and Russian.

Scientific Analysis by CCO

Clinical Care Options' (CCO) online coverage began the week before the conference and includes expert audio highlights, Capsule Summaries of important clinical data, downloadable slidesets, and more.


Embargo policy

All conference abstracts are released to delegates under a strict embargo policy. A detailed breakdown of the embargo variations for different types of abstracts is available here.

IAS 2015 promo video

Watch the IAS 2015 promotional video featuring Chris Beyrer (International Chair) and Julio Montaner (Local Co-Chair)