Should you wish to cancel your ticket please notify the Workshop Secretariat in advanced via email explaining the reasons as to why, otherwise a penalty will be incurred to the ticket holder preventing him/ her from attending any future workshops organised by us in the subsequent three years. On the other hand, if you wish to pass on your ticket to a substitute delegate an authorization letter from the original ticket holder should also be sent to the Workshop Secretariat.
Public transport: Metro: L5 Sant Pau / Dos de Maig
Bus: H8, 19, 20, 45, 47, 50, 51, 92, 117, 192
Parking: There is limited on-road parking but multi-story car parking facilities can be found close by. The car parking charges might be expensive.
Yes, although we strongly encourage you to. By submitting an abstract you encourage other attendees to discuss your research and therefore take full advantage of other participants expert views.
We have dedicated refreshment and networking sessions on both days, for participants to meet and share ideas in a more informal manner.
Yes, to secure your accommodation it is important that you fully register for the Workshop and receive a confirmation email. The hotel room will be booked by the Workshop Secretariat. It will be centrally located in Hotel in Barcelona, with easy access to public transport, shops and restaurants. The organization reserves the right to accommodate participants in a different hotel/ hotel group given a last minute/ unforeseen/ unexpected occurrence/ setback.
Yes, we are providing full participation grants that cover registration fee, travel and accommodation in Barcelona for these two days.
Healthcare professionals, scientific researchers, representatives of educational institutions, academia and pharmaceutical industries.
The objective of the Update on Clinical Topics in Antiretroviral Therapy workshop is to review the latest practices in the field of antiretroviral treatment from a theoretical, practical and interactive perspective.
Attendees will obtain a comprehensive knowledge on the most updated clinical practices, specially focusing on initial therapy in treatment-naïve subjects, and switching schemes in individuals with virological suppression.
This educational session will enable clinicians and researchers to apply the knowledge acquired in their daily clinical practice, such as design treatment strategies for different patient populations, recognize potential drug interactions and manage optimal therapies.
Accessibility to the Workshop venue and the opportunity to participate in roundtable discussions and clinical cases discussion where attendees will share their discoveries and experiences on how to face and better manage HIV treatment options.
You will receive a confirmation email.