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.

Opening Remarks

T. Park, United States

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

S. Fox, United States

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

I. Floyd, United States

Strategically Using New Media

V. Jones, United States

Q & A with Todd Park

T. Park, United States

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

O. Gutierrez, United States

Using Mobile to Turn the Tide

E. Gnay Namirembe, Uganda

Using New Media to Tell My Story

K. Williams, United States

Q & A with Todd Park

T. Park, United States

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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