people have recently
injected drugs globally.
are living with hepatitis C
and 2.8m with HIV.
We work with experts around the world to define the challenges and recommend actions to improve the health of people who use drugs.
Meet the Members: Dr. Nadine Kronfli, Montréal, Canada
Introducing INHSU Prisons
South Africa’s Harm Reduction Responses in the Age of COVID-19
New virtual hepatitis C workshops announced for Canada
The annual International Conference on Hepatitis and Health in Substance Users brings together hundreds of researchers, healthcare practitioners, advocates and people with lived experiences of using drugs.
The conference archives
Use our search function to discover abstracts, presentations, videos and papers from every INHSU conference since 2015.
Connecting with Care
Connecting with Care is an exciting INHSU project that highlights innovative models of care occurring across the globe.
Global Knowledge Exchange
Our network brings people together to share evidence-based knowledge on good practice to improve the health of people who use drugs. This exchange focuses on the prevention, treatment, and care for hepatitis C, other infectious diseases, and harms that can occur from drug use.
Education and Training
We educate healthcare providers, program managers, harm reduction experts, researchers, policymakers, and others to improve their knowledge, confidence and skills around key issues related to hepatitis C for people who use drugs.
Online learning modules
Available in 10 countries, our free online learning will improve your understanding of hepatitis C in areas including epidemiology, assessment, treatment and management.
Held globally, our workshops offer a practical and collaborative learning environment, facilitated by experts in the field of hepatitis C.
- British Columbia, Canada, 17 June 2021
- Ontario, Canada, 06 July 2021
- Online, Switzerland, 09 December 2021
Advocating for change
We work with international partners to develop evidence-based calls to action that encourage decision-makers to implement proven strategies that improve the health of people who use drugs in their local communities, countries, and globally.