INHSU 2023

17-20 October 2023

International Convention Centre, Geneva, Switzerland
+ virtual on-demand

The 11th International Conference
on Health and Hepatitis
in Substance Users

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On demand virtual registration


Is the time difference making it difficult to join live sessions? Are you unable to attend in person? The On-Demand Registration will allow you to access recorded sessions 24 hours post-session. Most sessions will be available on-demand for three months after the conference ends.

  • Looking to attend INHSU 2023 in-person? View the in-person registration categories here.
  • Any registrations made after 17 September 2023 will incur a €50.00 late booking fee


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Group Registration 


Virtual on-demand registration prices

Benefits of becoming a member

Membership to INHSU costs just €90 or €30 if you are a nurse/allied health practitioner or from a low-middle income country. Membership is free for community members and students. To join as a member and access exclusive member-only conference rates, click here. To check on your membership status, please contact [email protected]

Standard EURO
Standard EURO
Full registration €259 €449
Nurses, Allied Health & Social Workers €99 €189
Community Worker €49 €129
Low-Middle Income Countries €49 €129
Community €49 €129
Student €49 $129
  • All prices are shown in both EURO and the estimated equivalent price in GBP. All registration fees will be charged in EURO
  • Please note that any registrations made after 19 September 2022 will incur a €50.00 late booking fee.


Registration Category Descriptions

Please see below for the category descriptions and whether you are eligible for a discount:
Category Description
Nurses, Allied Health,
Social Workers
This category is for nurses, pharmacists, social workers, occupational therapists, paramedics, and psychologists. If you are a different allied health professional, please contact us at [email protected] to see if you are eligible for this category.
Low-and-middle income country Countries that are considered Low-Income Economies and Lower-Middle Income Economies by the World Bank. Please click here to view the World Bank website for the latest information on world economy classifications.
Community Worker To be eligible, you must be employed by a not-for-profit community organisation or work for a community-based organisation or direct-action group.
Community A person with lived experience of hepatitis and/or HIV and/or drug use. 
Student A student is defined as a holder of a full-time student identification card from a recognised tertiary or secondary educational institution or an international student card.