Transforming Care Conference
The mission of the Transforming Care Conference (TCC) is to reduce health disparities experienced by the LGBTQ+ and HIV positive communities. TCC works to achieve this goal by assembling activists, advocates, health and social service providers, researchers, public health employees and community members to share best practices, build community, make connections within and across disciplines, identify options for care, and obtain routine screenings.
United States Conference on HIV/AIDS
The largest conference of HIV/AIDS workers in the United States to date, USCA draws a crowd of 3,000 to 5,000 attendees every year. Attendees include both persons living with HIV/AIDS, as well as a diverse array of professionals committed to stopping the epidemic—nonprofit activists, health-care providers, government officials, think-tank scholars, social-services case managers, and clergy, among others. All convene in workshops, seminars, lectures, and roundtable discussions to learn new skills, exchange the latest information, learn new tools to address the challenges of HIV/AIDS, and build partnerships and collaborations. The first conference took place in 1997.
NMAC organizes every USCA conference in conjunction with more than 30 co-sponsors. These include government agencies, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Office of Aids Research (OAR); nonprofit organizations, such as the National Association of People with AIDS and the AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth, and Families; and pharmaceutical corporations, such as GlaxoSmithKline and Abbott Laboratories. In 2002, when then-President Bush appointed Joseph O’Neill to be director of the U.S. Office of National AIDS Policy, O’Neill delivered his first major public address at the USCA, which took place that year in Anaheim, Calif.
The American Conference for the Treatment of HIV
The Annual American Conference for the Treatment of HIV (ACTHIV) is the premier conference in the United States dedicated exclusively to members of the frontline team who care for individuals living with HIV infection or who are at risk of acquiring HIV infection. The conference delivers information to learners on new developments and research findings that can be rapidly translated and directly applied to the clinical setting.
2020 Conference Program (virtual)