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U.S. Conference on AIDS at the U.S. Conference on AIDS

September 12–15, 2010
Orlando, Florida


If you’re attending the U.S. Conference on AIDS (USCA) we invite you to join us for the following activities:

Facing AIDS Photo Booth

  • Learn more about the National HIV/AIDS Strategy at Booth #308
    Talk with Federal leaders about implementing the National HIV/AIDS Strategy in your community.
  • Sign-up for New Media Technical Assistance at Booth #207
    During exhibit hall hours, will provide small group new media technical assistance (TA) on topics such as Twitter, Facebook, blogs, wikis, and more! Sign up at booth #207. 


  • Join the USCA and Tweet-up*
    Monday, September 13, 6:15 pm, outside the USCA Press/ New Media Office, in De Soto Room. Use hashtag #USCA2010 for your Tweets!

National HIV/AIDS Strategy

  • Participate in the New Media Workshop
    Tuesday, September 14, 1:45 - 3:45 pm, Alachua, Ground Level
    We will present on our Facing AIDS and other new media initiatives.
  • Attend the Closing Luncheon Plenary: “The National HIV/AIDS Strategy:
    Taking Steps to Make it Real at the Community Level”

    Wednesday, September 15, 11:45 am -1:30 pm
    Dr. Howard Koh, Dr. Ron Valdiserri, Mr. Jeff Crowley, and other Federal and community leaders will present and take questions.
  • Share your Feedback through Usability Testing
    We are trying to improve our website, blog, and more, and would love your feedback.
    To sign up for usability testing click here.

Not attending USCA?

Here are some of the many ways to follow updates from the conference remotely and get involved:

  • Follow and share tweets at the conference using the hashtag: #USCA2010
  • Join the Facing AIDS photo initiative visit in the weeks to come with more details
  • Check out the blog
  • Become a fan of NMAC’s Facebook page
*= According to NMAC, a Tweet-up is "an organized or impromptu gathering of people that use Twitter to meet up and exchange ideas and promote a common cause or goal".