Watch Sessions from HR23


Yes, all of the sessions that were recorded are now available to view.

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All abstracts submitted went through a rigorous peer review process, first by an online review committee, and then by a programme committee that convened to formulate the conference programme. Read more about the programme process here.

Yes! You can download your certificate of attendance in your account.

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The certificate of attendance uses the name you entered as your badge name when you registered. To have your full name on your certificate, please update the 'Name' field in the 'What information you'd like shown on your badge' section by clicking on 'Update your contact info' in your account home.

We're currently going through the tender process for HR25. We invite bids from cities all around the world and then evaluate them based on various criteria, like what services are available for people who use drugs, whether there's a conference venue that suitable and whether there's any laws on the books that would mean our delegates would be taking a big risk in attending the conference. We expect to be able to announce the host city for HR25 in January 2024. Bids for HR25 are now closed, but if you're interested in hosting in 2027 or beyond, please get in touch.

We're more than happy to answer your questions by email.

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All powerpoint slides that were submitted to our technical staff at HR23 are now available to view within the programme. Simply browse sessions by day and time slot a click on the 'view slides' links.

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