Glasgow HIV Congress (2022)

23–26 October 2022, Glasgow and virtual

Simon Collins, HIV i-Base


This year the HIV Glasgow Congress was held from 23–26 October 2022, overcoming the difficult challenges of being both an in-person and virtual meeting, at a time when organising medical conferences is especially difficult.

The planning and work involved to enable such meetings is often under-appreciated (and under-acknowledged) especially as they are now vulnerable to underlying shifts in COVID dynamics that are impossible to predict months beforehand.

And yet these meetings play a vital role in connecting us to the latest research and in generating new ideas and projects that only come from face-to-face conversations. As a comment, over recent years, an increasing number of delegates use their annual leave to attend and are self-financing.

The progamme is available online at the conference website:

The abstract book is available as a supplement to the Journal of the IAS.

Our conference coverage continues with the following reports are in this issue of HTB.

Links to other websites are current at date of posting but not maintained.