Panel discussion to
explore the notion of treatment as prevention among people who inject drugs.
Discussion will cover both international and Australian contexts, touching on
ethical, medical and social dimensions to treatment as prevention for this
marginalised group. Panel members will include local and international experts
who can provide diverse professional and personal perspectives on this
For more information
about this event, please contact Elise Carrotte at 03 8506 2365 or email@example.com
- Is treatment as prevention possible?
- How can we engage with people who inject drugs?
- Ethical issues of implementing treatment as
- Research ethics of treatment as prevention
Who Should Attend?
This event is open to AIDS 2014 delegates only.
Facilitator: The discussion will be facilitated by Australian broadcaster Libbi Gorr.
Panel members include:
- The Hon Michael Kirby Former Justice of the High Court of Australia, Commissioner of the UNAIDS Commission on Sustainable Health
- Dr Adeeba Kamarulzaman Dean of Medicine, Professor of Infectious Diseases, Faculty of Medicine University of Malaya
- Dr Niklas Luhmann Harm Reduction and HIV/AIDS Advisor, Médecins du Monde, France.
- Sam Nugraha Executive
Director, PEKA Halfway House - Community Based Treatment.
- Tracy Swan Hepatitis/HIV Project Director, Treatment Action Group, U.S.A.
- Professor Michel Kazatchkine UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy on
HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
- Professor Margaret Hellard Head, Centre for Population Health, Burnet Institute; Burnet Associate Director; Adjunct Professor, Monash University, DEPM, Australia
Date & Time
Wednesday 23 July 2014 18:30 – Wednesday 23 July 2014 19:30
Free (including drinks and canapés before the event)
Room 103, Level One
Melbourne Convention Centre
1 Convention Centre Place