Thank you for attending
INHSU 2022 is now over (remember though, you can still access on-demand sessions until mid-January ’23). We would like to say a huge thank you to our delegates, speakers, sponsors, committee members and more who helped make this year’s event such a success.
2022 IN NUMBERS
INHSU 2022 PROGRAM
Day one of INHSU 2022 featured sessions on reducing drug-related harms, community perspectives, the overdose crisis and more. View day 1’s program here.
Day two of INHSU 2022 focused on HCV and HIV models of care, improving the care cascade and innovations in testing, among other topics. View day 2’s program here.
Day three of INHSU 2022 focused on improving the health of people who use drugs, with further content around reducing drug-related harms. View day 3’s program here.
The poster presentations for INHSU 2022 are grouped into themes including Addressing Drug Related Harms, HCV and HIV Models of Care, Interventions to Enhance the Care Cascade, and more. View the Poster Program here.
Daily news 1 – the first Daily News provided insights and recommendations on how to make the most of INHSU 2022. View our daily recap email here.
Daily news 2– the first day of the conference focussed on the health and well-being of people who use drugs. View our daily recap email here.
Daily news 3 – the theme of the second day was hepatitis C, HIV and other drug-related harms among people who use drugs. View our daily recap email here.
Daily news 4– the final day of the conference focussed on drug-related harms, improving the care cascade, and more. View our daily recap email here.
Niamh Eastwood, Executive Director of Release, the UK’s centre of expertise on drugs and drug law.
Andrew McAuley, Consultant Scientist at Public Health Scotland, the lead role for infections involving people who use drugs.
Dame Carol Black, Independent Advisor to the UK Government on combatting misuse of drugs.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS
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