XIX International AIDS Conference


MOSA24 The State of New Media and HIV
  Non-Commercial Satellite
Venue: Mini Room 4
Time: 23.07.2012, 18:30 - 20:30
Chair: Todd Park, United States
Organiser: AIDS.gov
 
 
The "State of New Media and HIV" Satellite Session will demonstrate how HIV/AIDS organizations can and are using social media and other emerging technologies to extend the reach of their programs. Participants will hear from a panel of speakers on new media and HIV research, policies, and programs aimed at preventing and treating HIV. We will end with a declaration for the HIV community to use new media to move us towards an AIDS-free Generation. Session participants will: - Be inspired to integrate and enhance new media into HIV programs; - Describe best practices in implementing new media within HIV programs; - Identify strategies to initiate and further enhance the role of new media into their HIV programs; - Plan to monitor and evaluate their new media activities; and - Declare the importance of government and organizational policies to support the use of new media in response to the HIV epidemic.

18:30
Opening Remarks


T. Park, United States

18:40
Using New Media Research to Move Us Toward an AIDS-Free Generation


S. Fox, United States

18:48
Project Listen: Who's Using What New Media Tools, When, and How?


I. Floyd, United States

18:52
Strategically Using New Media


V. Jones, United States

19:00
Q & A with Todd Park


T. Park, United States

19:11
Telling Our Stories.One Blog, Video, and Tweet at a Time


O. Gutierrez, United States

19:19
Using Mobile to Turn the Tide


E. Gnay Namirembe, Uganda

19:27
Using New Media to Tell My Story


K. Williams, United States

19:35
Q & A with Todd Park


T. Park, United States

19:52
Closing with Todd Park and Miguel Gomez


T. Park, United States
M. Gomez, United States



   

    The organizers reserve the right to amend the programme.


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