Are we visible at the International AIDS meeting?
Colleagues, When I attend the International AIDS meetings, and the next one will be in Washington, D.C. starting July 22nd, I always look around to see if I can identify nurses. But I know there are many more nurses present than have been identified. Consequently, how many of us will be in Washington? Are we doing presentations, having posters, helping with booths or helping in some other other way, and/or attending the conference? (I know we haven't been informed yet whether abstracts have been accepted).
Is there some way we could identify the nurses in attendance? And on a more profound level, if my assumption is correct and that we're invisible ( and maybe that's only me), how do we make nurses and nursing more visible at the IAS conference?