The WRI 2018 meeting will contextualize the concept of Undetectable= Untransmittable (U=U) in women's lives, with a focus on issues specific to women. These issues are varied and intrinsically related to the complex dynamics of women's lives, including relationships, sexuality, poverty/access to treatment, attention to health and well-being, stigma and more. The WRI 2018 will feature presentations by experts examining the potential opportunities and challenges of U=U for women. We will review the science and evidence behind U=U and delve into current efforts to disseminate these messages. We will specifically focus on what U=U means for women, from the biology of breastfeeding to power dynamics in women's relationships. We will highlight the role of U=U in battling stigma and will discuss ethical issues related to U=U, including the impact on women who inject drugs or whose partners do so, as well as the role and impact of policy efforts on U=U. The meeting will also focus on how the WRI can ensure that women are included in messaging around U=U and how to create what may be particularly nuanced messages on the topic.


We will arrange hotel accommodations for all attendees.

**Please do not contact the hotel directly. We will confirm your hotel reservations for the nights of April 19, 20 and 21. Additional night requests are based on availability and are at the expense of the attendee.

WRI will cover the cost of transportation and lodging for non-governmental and non-industry participants.


Air Ticketing: Upon completion of your REGISTRATION, you will be sent a flight itinerary for your approval for travel to Santa Fe, NM.


Ground transportation to and from the airport in Santa Fe, NM will be arranged for you. Specific details will follow.

Please note that when you register, you will be asked to upload your CV/bio. You may return at a later point to do this, however, if you can do it at the time of registration, it would be greatly appreciated.

For questions regarding registration and travel, please contact:

Debbie Cooke