Burnet Institute is proud to host the annual Colloquium for the Centre for Research Excellence into Injecting Drug Use (CREIDU): Prisons: Opportunities and challenges towards improving the health of people who inject drugs.
Registration is essential at http://www.burnet.edu.au/events/158
If you have any questions, please contact Elise Carrotte via [email protected] or (03) 8506 2365.
Researchers, affected communities, policy makers and practitioners.
Ms Kirsten Horsburgh
National Naloxone Coordinator, Scottish Drugs Forum, Glasgow, Scotland.
Presentation: Scotland’s National Naloxone Programme: The Scottish Prison Service Provision of Naloxone-On-Release
Dr Eliot Albers
Executive Director, International Network of People that Use Drugs (INPUD), London, UK.
Professor Kate Dolan
Winston Churchill Fellow, Program of International Research and Training, National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, UNSW, Australia.
Professor Matthew Hickman
Professor in Public Health and Epidemiology, University of Bristol, England.
Professor Andrew Lloyd
Director Inflammation and Infection Research Centre, UNSW; Visiting Medical Officer, Justice Health, New South Wales, Australia.
Ms Carol Nikakis
CEO, Victorian Association for Care and Resettlement of Offenders, Australia.
Mr John Ryan
CEO, Penington Institute, Victoria, Australia.
Ms Larissa Strong
Director, Justice Health, Department of Justice & Regulation, Victoria, Australia.
Professor Alexander Thompson
Director of Gastroenterology, St. Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne; Professorial Fellow, University of Melbourne, Australia.
Mr Rod Wise
Deputy Commissioner Operations, Corrections Victoria, Australia.
Monday 12 October 2015 09:00 – Monday 12 October 2015 15:30
AMREP Lecture Theatre
75 Commercial Road, Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct