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Abstract Submission

Scholarship Application

Earlybird Registration
Friday 17 June

Thursday 4 August

Final Registration
Friday 19 August

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Edition 9


INHSU 2016
7 - 9 September, Oslo, Norway



The earlybird registration discount will end in just 1 WEEK! Don't miss out on saving up to 20% on your registration.

5 key reasons why you should attend INHSU 2016:
  • It's a great opportunity to increase collaboration and overall sector knowledge
  • Be recognised as an active member of the sector 
  • Hear from internationally renowned speakers 
  • Great networking opportunity
  • Bring value back to your organisation - share key learnings, industry updates or contacts with your colleagues and organisation. 
The latest programme online shows all the newly confirmed speakers and presentations - make sure you check it out. 

Register your place before Friday 17 June 2016.

For more information on registration types and rates, as well as how to register, please visit the website.


INHSU is a relatively young organisation and is expanding at a critical and exciting point in time for the management of hepatitis C, particularly for people who inject drugs.

Why should I become a member? What are the benefits?
INHSU membership will make you be part of the treating community; a researcher, a community member, a person living with hepatitis C, an activist or policy maker, part of the vanguard in responding to hepatitis C. But INHSU is not just a passive responder, it is a vibrant organisation which explores new ideas and issues and provides a space for people to discuss new ideas and form new collaborations. However, we are not an island and we collaborate with many others in viral hepatitis, clinical educators, people working in HIV and/or co-infection and addiction.. We have an interest in the most vulnerable populations, including indigenous peoples, people who are incarcerated, people who have mental health issues and those who may be homeless.

Want to find out more about the benefits of becoming a member? Visit the conference website.

How to become a member?
There are two types of membership available to you. Full INHSU membership (this category applies to everyone who is not eligible for the discounted membership rate).

Discounted membership is available to community workers, students, people living with HCV or consumers only.

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INHSU 2016 Conference Secretariat
LMB 5057, Darlinghurst, New South Wales 1300
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