2019 PrEP in Europe Summit application form

All delegates, including invited speakers, must complete the form. The form will ask:

  • For relevant personal details
  • Whether you are contributing / want to contribute a presentation to the PrEP in Europe summit. We have a number of open slots this time round for people to present their own research, educational and campaigning work. If you do, you’ll be directed to a separate submission form.

We’re sorry but the deadline for scholarships has now passed. Scholarship application are now being considered and you will hear whether you’ve got one by 7 August.

If you don’t get a scholarship, you’ll be asked if you still want to attend if you can pay for your travel and accommodation another way. You’ll also be placed on a waiting list for a scholarship, but in our experience from last time, we were only able to accommodate a few people from that list.

You can still apply for an unsupported place. ask your employer, an organisation you are affiliated to, or a grant funder if they will support your attendance.

Non-scholarship application deadline: 01 August

We need to put a deadline on the non-scholars’ application process too. This is so we can integrate the lists of people who applied for scholarships but did not get one, and people who applied as non-scholars and will pay for their own travel and accommodation.

The PrEP in Europe summit is primarily for people who live or work in Europe.  PrEP in Europe recognises that only a small part of people interested in PrEP will have the chance to attend the meeting in Warsaw. The summit will be recorded and live-streamed throughout, with interactive facilities, so other supporters from Europe and other parts of the world can still participate.

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The PrEP in Europe Summit will have two sessions for presentations submitted by attendees, as well as invited presentations.

These can be:

  • Original research (please send abstract)
  • Non-abstract driven research summaries
  • Examples of good practice and local PrEP programmes
  • Examples of campaigning and awareness-raising materials
  • Media and social-media broadcasts and blogs
  • There will be a selection of at least 10 presentations of no more than 10 minutes length, which can be slide presentations, other format presentations, videos, user apps or other material
  • In addition, if there are enough items presented, space will be provided for posters, static campaigning materials (leaflets, tshirts, banners, bags, other materials)

Additional information

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