HealthHIV, HealthHCV, and the National Coalition for LGBT Health thank you for joining us. Because of you, we doubled in size from 2019.
We hope that the first-ever virtual SYNChronicity experience was informative, engaging, and worthwhile for you. The national HIV, HCV, STI, and LGBTQ health conference syncs systems, data, programs, models, interventions, and policies – addressing and creating targeted solutions in this dynamic healthcare environment.
Our expansive and diverse network of speakers and panelists provided expert insight, as well as effective tools and approaches for helping us end the epidemics for all people.
Your participation and support made this conference a great success. We hope that you continue to engage with SYNChronicity for many years to come.
Stay tuned for announcements regarding SYNC 2021 by visiting sync2020.org
Thousands of participants, including medical providers, healthcare workers, state, local and federal government officials,
faith and community-based organizations, and others addressing HIV, HCV, STI, and LGBTQ health, will engage across dynamic sessions to
“SYNC” systems, data, programs, models, interventions, and policies,
addressing and creating targeted solutions in this dynamic healthcare environment.
Visit www.sync2020.vfairs.com to access the full platform – review sessions and obtain CE/CME credits, visit exhibit booths and view posters.
Enter the email address that you used to register for the conference.
Click on Sessions and select Plenaries, Tracks or Institutes.
Visit SYNC2020.org to access the session recordings for review and obtain CE/CME credits.
Click on the SYNC 2020 Session Recordings link and enter the email address that you used for registration.
Search for sessions to review.
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You are also encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, or call (202) 232-6749.
SYNC 2020's program features 60+ sessions, including: 4 Plenary Sessions 6 Institutes 50+ Track Sessions (across 13 Tracks)
More than 200 speakers will discuss topics across HIV, HCV, STI and LGBTQ health, including:
COVID-19 • Innovative Practice • Clinical Health • Health Systems / Fiscal Health • Hepatitis C • HRSA • LGBTQ+ • MSM of Color • Social Determinants of Health • Substance Use / Opioids • Workforce Development • Women’s Health
Participants can earn FREE CE, CME, CNE, CHES, ASWB and ACPE credits (an estimated 50+ continuing education credits).