The AIDS Clinical Conference series is typically held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 8am–9am Pacific Time at University of Washington’s Harborview Medical Center.
This conference is one of the longest running clinical HIV conferences in the United States. Over the last 30+ years, literally hundreds of speakers from around the country and the world have delivered lectures on a wide variety of HIV topics from prevention and vaccine research to antiretroviral therapy, drug resistance and the adverse effects of HIV treatment.
The grand rounds like conference is popular among regional and national HIV providers, University of Washington faculty, housestaff and public health staff. The Harborview Medical Center’s Madison Clinic (the largest provider of HIV care in the Northwest), the University of Washington Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), Treatment Research and Expert Education (TREE), and the MWAETC sponsor the conference.
Nurses may earn 1.0 CNE contact hours if they complete the evaluation after the live event or register and attend the live webinar and complete the evaluation by Friday noon after the conference.
Dates Topics Speakers
10/17/17 Chronic Hepatitis B & HIV H. Nina Kim, MD, MSc
11/14/17 Future of Antiretroviral Therapy Brian R. Wood, MD (on second Tuesday)
Please join us for an ACC session in 2017. Topics are subject to change but this schedule is current as October 2. Registration is not required to attend the live event at the Research and Training Building Auditorium, 300 9th Avenue, Seattle 98104 but pre-registration is required for the webinar.
If you would like to join the ACC email list (which means you receive two notices with webinar registration links for each ACC), please click here.
Below you will find links to view recordings of some past ACCs.