INHSU is expanding at a critical and exciting point in history for the management of HCV, particularly for people who use drugs. As an INHSU member, you will be part of the vanguard in responding to hepatitis.
INHSU is a vibrant organisation that explores new ideas and issues, providing a space for people to collaborate and form new partnerships.
We are fortunate to collaborate with many others and to have members representing a wide-range of expertise; community members, researchers, clinicians, clinical educators, activists, policy makers, people working in HIV and/or co-infection and those working in drug and alcohol and addiction.
We have an interest in work that supports the most vulnerable including indigenous peoples, people who are incarcerated, who have mental health issues and who may be homeless or stateless.
INHSU members play a vital role in continuing to develop the network.
BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP
• Receive a quarterly member newsletter
• Receive discounted registration rates to the Annual Conference
• Be able to contribute to policy and clinical recommendation development
• Be invited to contribute to the Annual Conference, through committee participation or abstract review
• Contribute to the governance of the organisation by voting at the general assembly of members, and standing for election
• Be able to suggest activities to the Board and bring forward projects in which INHSU might engage
HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER
Membership is per Australian financial year, or part thereof (1st July – 30th June). Membership categories below:
|Low / Middle-income Country membership||€30||As defined by World Bank*|
|Nurses / Allied Health||€30||On receipt of proof of professional association|
|Community membership||Complementary||Contact INHSU Secretariat|
|Student / trainee membership||Complementary||On receipt of student card/ documentation|
If you believe you are eligible for discounted or complementary membership, please contact email@example.com to receive a discount code.
*World Bank Country And Lending Groups (World Bank 2020). Please note clicking the link will take you to a website external to INHSU.