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October 26 & 27, 2022 - SC HIV, STD & Viral Hepatitis Conference
November 22, 2021 EOB - 2022 Conference Committee Application Due (apply below)
The South Carolina HIV, STD and Viral Hepatitis Conference is designed for nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, other clinicians, HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis educators, social workers, case managers, public health professionals, pharmacists, other service providers, teachers, students, people living with HIV and other interested community members. Our mission for this interdisciplinary conference is to provide opportunities for professionals and community members to engage in dialogue and share past successes, discuss current best practices and interventions, as well as address emerging issues and trends.
2021 Keynote SPEAKER information
Marye E. Bernard, DNP, FNP-BC, AAHIVM
Author, asst. professor, Hiv specialist
author, advocate, motivational speaker
Allison Ross Eckard, MD
Division Director, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, MUSC
Justin C. Smith, MS, MPH
Director, Campaign to End AIDS, Positive Impact Health Centers
The Conference Planning Committee invites you to take advantage of this superb opportunity to market your products and services to our targeted audience by becoming a conference sponsor and/or exhibitor. The conference will provide your organization with an excellent venue to educate and reach many of South Carolina’s front-line workers, program managers and clients. With nationally recognized keynote speakers, expert concurrent session presenters and valuable topics, we are anticipating more than 500 participants from a variety of agencies, organizations, institutions, and clinical settings. The primary audience includes nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, other clinicians, HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis educators, social workers, other health professionals, case managers, service providers, teachers, students, people living with HIV and other interested community members. Thousands of people receive services annually by our conference attendees making our conference one of the most effective ways to reach and impact those infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS, STD and Viral Hepatitis. Please check back here in Fall 2022 for sponsorship opportunities.
Call for Presentations
Our "Call for Presentations" is now closed. Please check back March 2022.
Registration & SCHOLARSHIPS
We offer scholarships for current students and PLWH. Please check back for more information and applications June 2022.
Please check here for special events in Fall 2022.
2021 Conference Program
Click HERE for a sneak peek at our sessions for 2021. As this is a working document, it is subject to change.
Wednesday, Oct 20
Thursday, Oct 21
Concurrent Sessions Wed-A
Concurrent Sessions Wed-B
Doors Open for Lunch
Concurrent Sessions Wed-C
Concurrent Sessions Wed-D
Concurrent Sessions Th-A
Concurrent Sessions Th-B
Doors Open for Lunch
The SC HIV, STD and Viral Hepatitis Conference Committee is committed to making the conference fully accessible for all attendees. If you require assistance to fully participate in the conference, please contact Pam Harper, Conference Registrar, at email@example.com or (803) 286-4121.
Venue and hotel
Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center
Centrally located in South Carolina’s historic state capital, the convention center is in the middle of an exciting urban scene that includes open-air cafes, deluxe accommodations, live music, exciting sports venues, and concert tours.
With our temperate seasons, Columbia offers attendees a perfect year-round business and social climate with a wide variety of world-class cultural and natural attractions. We’re also only minutes away from the airport and interstates, giving you access to anywhere you need to be.
A COVID-19 update from CMCC: We are so thankful for the technology of virtual meetings and that will continue to play an important role in the landscape of meetings moving forward, but nothing compares with the real connections and engagement of gathering face to face. With experience hosting events in this new normal since June 2020, you can rest assured that our staff has had safety as a top priority since reopening our doors.
1101 Lincoln Street
Columbia, SC 29201
803-545-0001 or 800-264-4884