August 28, 2018

Dan DeBrakeleer: 202-507-4737

Early Bird Registration Opens for 6th Annual SYNChronicity Conference

The National Conference on HIV, HCV, STDs and LGBT Health

Washington, DC — HealthHIV, HealthHCV, and the National Coalition for LGBT Health announce the opening of early bird registration for their 6th Annual SYNChronicity conference. SYNC 2019 will be held April 14-16, 2019, at the JW Marriott in downtown Washington, DC. To register at the early bird rate, please visit

The three-day national conference connects numerous public health audiences within a dynamic healthcare environment to effectively address HIV, hepatitis C, sexually transmitted diseases, along with LGBT health and health equity. The conference's five plenary sessions and intersectional tracks "sync" clinical providers, allied health care professionals, service providers, advocates, administrators and consumers, among others, with national thought leaders, new technologies, and resources to develop, integrate, and expand clinical, behavioral and support services and operations. SYNC 2019 will feature a number of interdisciplinary topics, including: Preventive Health, MSM of Color Health, HCV Health, Black Women’s Health, STD Health, LGBT Health, Generational Health, Systems/Fiscal Health, and Clinical Health.

Registration for the conference includes five plenary sessions, track sessions, and numerous institutes featuring over 100 speakers, as well as CME, CE, and CHES credits, a poster hall featuring abstract submissions, an exhibitors reception, two breakfasts and two lunches. Early registrants will receive full access for only $230, the regular registration rate is $295, and the Government rate is $245. 

Details regarding abstract submissions and scholarships are forthcoming. To register and/or make hotel arrangements, please visit For more information on SYNC 2019, please email or call 202-232-6749. 

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