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This database contains information about conferences, seminars, and many other gatherings of professionals working in HIV/AIDS, STD, and TB prevention, treatment, and support services.
About the Conference Calendar Database
New conferences are added regularly to ensure that the information in the database is as current as possible.
What You Will Find When You Search This Database?
The Conference Calendar Database will help you find international, national, state, or local meetings where professionals gather to share research findings, network, and learn new insights into HIV/AIDS, STDs and TB. These meetings may deal with prevention, treatment, research, or a variety of other topics.
The information provided about each event include the:
How the Database Is Organized
The Conference Calendar Database is organized into sections called "fields." For example, "Location," "Country," and "Dates," are each separate fields. Together these fields make up the full description of each meeting in the database; this is called a "record." Your search results will be made up of database records that match your search question.
After you enter the information, click on Search. The Results screen will show all events that match the criteria you entered. Click on an meeting's name to display the full record for that event.
We would like to hear your comments and suggestions about the Conference Calendar Database.
Submit Your Meeting for Inclusion in the Database.
If you would like to add your conference, seminar or other meeting to the Conference Calendar Database contact NPIN at 1-800-458-5231 and ask to speak to a health information specialist. You can also send an e-mail message to email@example.com. If you have a brochure or other printed material about your meeting, send it to:
CDC National Prevention Information Network
If you need assistance with any of our databases, call NPIN at 1-800-458-5231 and a health information specialist will assist you.
The inclusion of an organization or publication in NPIN's databases does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or the CDC National Prevention Information Network.
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