Frequently Asked Questions

IPHASA will take place over two half days on 17–18 November 2021

The meeting will be held virtually over two half days.

No, the symposium is entirely free, however you will need to register. All registration must be done online here.

Registration is mandatory to attend the symposium. All registrations must be online here.

The symposium will bring together implementers, programmers, ministry of health officials and scientists, to discuss how “game-changer” programmes or strategies can be adapted and implemented in other countries. Interactive opportunities will enable early-career programme implementers and researchers to engage with their more experienced counterparts.

All abstracts must be submitted via the online platform accessible here.

The programme of the symposium is available here.

The abstracts will be reviewed by IPHASA Organizing Committee (OC) as well as by additional external reviewers invited by the OC.

IPHASA is not connected to ICASA, however co-submissions of abstracts to IPHASA and ICASA are permitted.

Yes, this is permitted.