Abstracts now open
INHSU is the world’s leading conference for people interested in the health and well-being of people who use drugs. Abstracts that focus on health issues among people who use drugs beyond hepatitis C are not only welcomed but highly encouraged.
Apply for a scholarship
We are pleased to announce a number of full and partial scholarship opportunities will be available for INHSU 2024, for researchers, community members, practitioners, program workers, and policymakers.
INHSU conferences are unique due to the cross-collaboration between different stakeholders dedicated to the health of people who use drugs. People who use drugs, advocates, health care providers, program managers, harm reduction experts, researchers, and policymakers each have an equal voice, leading to a program that facilitates balanced discussions and shared perspectives.
Niklas Luhmann, WHO
Dr Vana Sypsa, University of Athens
Tracey Brown, Justice Health NSW
Roberto Perez, C-EHRN
INHSU 2024 will feature over 100+ sessions on hepatitis C and other infectious diseases, harm reduction and drug policy. There will be tracks on epidemiology and public health research, clinical research, social science and policy research, and good practice models of care for people who use drugs.