During the third day of the 24th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2022) yesterday in Montreal, HIV.gov spoke with the White House’s Harold Phillips and NIH’s Dr. Maureen Goodenow about putting the latest HIV research findings into action in diverse settings for different populations affected by HIV. Late the day before, we spoke with Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, PhD, MPH, Dean of the Duke University School of Nursing, and Leo Moore, MD, Medical Director for Clinic Services at the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, both of whom are members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA), about ideas they’ve heard at the conference that they would like to take back to their communities. View the highlights video from the third day of AIDS 2022, then our full conversation with Mr. Phillips and Dr. Goodenow.
In our full conversation with Mr. Phillips, who is Director of the White House Office of National AIDS Policy, and Dr. Goodenow, who is the Associate Director for AIDS Research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Director of the NIH Office of AIDS Research, they discussed the role of research in the U.S. National HIV/AIDS Strategy, how community input informs research, and the role of implementation research in the HIV response. Watch our conversation with Mr. Phillips and Dr. Goodenow.
Also at the Conference
We spoke via Instagram with Mr. Phillips who discussed the importance of tailoring evidence-based interventions to specific settings and populations. Also on Instagram, we spoke again with Demetre Daskalakis, MD, MPH, Director of CDC’s Division of HIV Prevention, who shared his take on some conference highlights from the last two days.
HIV.gov at AIDS 2022
AIDS 2022 is taking place in Montreal, Canada, and virtually from July 29 to August 2, 2022. It’s the world’s largest conference on HIV and AIDS, bringing together thousands of researchers, policymakers, program implementers, advocates, and others to present and discuss the latest HIV research, move research into action, share innovative programs and practices, and strengthen local, national, and global efforts to end the HIV epidemic. Continue following HIV.gov for daily conference highlights on our blog and on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. You can also catch up on all our video conversations from the conference on our YouTube channel.