IAS 2023: Update to navigating the programme and online access
Simon Collins, HIV i-Base
The abstract database became open access after the conference, but full access, including webcasts and poster, is still only available to delegates and IAS members.
The open access programme links to abstracts online and includes rapporteur summaries. It doesn’t currently link to any webcasts, and satellite and plenary sessions don’t include abstracts for these talks:
Abstracts are also available from a separate URL:
More than 30 very short rapporteur summaries are collected under a separate URL:
For registered delegates, access to webcasts seem to be linked using this URL:
This brings another version of the programme, selected by each day, with the window opened for each session, includes a ‘watch now’ link.
Open access to all conference material, including webcasts and posters is usually made available within four weeks to all IAS members and within eight weeks for everyone else.
These IAS meetings alternate with the larger IAS World AIDS Conferences and have a stronger focus on clinical science.