This is not an SDF event, but may be of interest to relevant audiences working with the substance use field.
8-10 October, 2020
Focused on supporting scientific exchange and knowledge dissemination, the conference provides delegates with access to the latest research and evidence regarding effective treatment and care to improve health outcomes for people who use drugs in areas including hepatitis C treatment and care. It provides an opportunity for those working in this area to share their research and professional expertise with leaders working in this field. It profiles cutting edge practice that links people who use drugs to treatment and care in a range of clinical, custodial and community settings.
The INHSU conference provides a forum for the international community of experts, leaders and champions across a wide range of discipline areas to share knowledge, learn from each other, and amplify the evidence of how to improve the health outcomes of people who use drugs at the local, national and global level. This conference also brings together leaders engaged in the global effort to eliminate viral hepatitis by 2030.
The conference is hosted by the International Network on Hepatitis in Substance Users (INHSU). INHSU is an international, not-for-profit, member-based organization dedicated to scientific knowledge exchange, education, and advocacy focused on improving health for people who use drugs, including focusing on hepatitis C prevention and care for people who use drugs.
For more information on the International Network on Hepatitis in Substance Users and the conference please visit www.inhsu.org