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Following is a listing of upcoming local, national and international conferences relevant to the sector. Please note that this page is updated as notifications of conferences are received by SiREN. If there is a conference that you would like SiREN to include in this list please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|October 19 - 21||Glasgow, Scotland||
International Network on Health and Hepatitis in Substance Users. This conference brings together a global community of people dedicated to improving the health of people who use drugs, providing over 100 sessions on the topics of drug policy, health and well-being of people who use drugs, harm reduction, hepatitis C and other infection diseases.
|November 7-9||Melbourne, Australia||
This conference provides the opportunity for researchers, health care professionals, academics, youth advocates and policy makes to come together with young people to network, share experiences and showcase the latest findings, practices and models of care in Adolescent Health. Abstract submissions are closed.
Third National Hepatitis Elimination Forum
Hepatitis Australia. Following the great success of the last two years, Hepatitis Australia will be holding the Third National Hepatitis Elimination Forum. More information to come.
|March 14-15||Sydney, Australia||
ASHM and RAPID Point of Care Research Consortium for infectious disease in the Asia Pacific. This conference will collaborate with leading scientists, clinicians, and other stakeholders to develop a program on the ever-evolving landscape of point-of-care testing for infectious diseases and provide time to discuss challenges and solutions to scaling up point-of-care testing in this setting. Abstract submissions close 30 October 2022.
|April 16 -19||Melbourne, Australia||
ASHM and Harm Reduction International. This biennial conference aims to provide a dynamic forum to share the latest research and discussions on best practice in addressing drug use, harm reduction and human rights. The conference theme is 'Strength in Solidarity', highlighting the importance of our strength - as people, a community, and a global movement - in sticking together.