CROI: Community Delegate Blogs
These rich, varied, thoughtful and opinionated blogs were written by delegates working on the frontline of the AIDS epidemic in the U.S. and globally. These advocates and activists participated in a pilot program launched at the 2015 CROI conference and were created as an additional part of the CROI Community Educator Scholarship Program.
For this program, the Black AIDS Institute and AVAC—with support from the CROI Community Liaison Subcommittee—provided an opportunity for additional community representatives to attend the meeting. Delegates were mentored and supported with supplemental programming to help translate big science into accessible language for our communities.
Reporting live from Day 1 of CROI 2015
Bringing CROI Back to Los Angeles
Engagement Matters: Providing New Perspectives on HIV/AIDS from CROI
ACT UP, Eat Hors d'oeuvres?: Strange days, missing histories at CROI 2015
More confirmation for PrEP in gay men—now what about the ladies?
FACTS 001 and Me
Learning about Africa, Looking for Answers for Mississippi: One Advocate's CROI perspective
CROI Through a Pharmacist's Perspective
Does Sex Have Impact on HIV Prevention Research?
Do Communities Have to Concern Themselves with Basic Science?
Cardiovascular Disease in HIV Patients: An Emerging Paradigm and Call to Action
Personal Reflections from the 2015 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
How CROI 2015 Restored My Hope