18 February 2021
Join us on Tuesday 23rd March from 16:00 – 17:00 AEDT for the premiere of the short film that goes behind-the-scenes of Kirketon Road Centre (KRC)’s innovative COVID-19 outreach program.
KRC is a walk-in, targeted, primary health care service in Sydney, Australia which has been operating since 1987. When COVID-19 hit, KRC knew they had to adapt quickly if they were going to be able to continue to support the communities they serve.
After the film, we will welcome experts from Australia, Iran, and South Africa to discuss connecting with people who use drugs during COVID-19.
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We will be joined by speakers from Australia, South Africa and Iran who will share their own experiences and advice related to connecting with people who use drugs during COVID-19.
Visual Storyteller and Development Communications Specialist
Clinical Services Manager, Kirketon Road Centre (KRC)
Consumer Participation Group Member, Kirketon Road Centre (KRC)
Peer Educator, South African Network of People Who Use Drugs (SANPUD)
Pretoria, South Africa
Director and Senior Staff Specialist, Kirketon Road Centre (KRC)
Director of Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses, SESLHD
Senior Lecturer, Viral Hepatitis Clinical Research Program, Kirby Institute
Senior Research Fellow, Digestive Diseases Research Institute, Tehran University of Medical Sciences