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Connecting with People who use drugs during COVID-19
Kirketon Road Centre (KRC) is a walk-in, targeted, primary health care service in Sydney, Australia which has been operating since 1987.

When COVID-19 hit, KRC knew they had to adapt quickly if they were going to be able to continue to support the communities they serve.

Join us for the premier of the film that goes behind-the-scenes of KRC's innovative COVID-19 outreach program.

Afterwards, we'll be joined by KRC, alongside representatives from South Africa and Iran to share global perspectives on reaching people who use drugs during this pandemic.

This event is supported by INHSU and delivered in partnership with KRC.

Our speakers:

Conor Ashleigh - Visual Storyteller and Development Communications Specialist, Sydney, Australia

Wendy Machin - Clinical Services Manager, Kirketon Road Centre, Sydney, Australia

Felicity Pobje - Consumer Participation Group Member, Kirketon Road Centre, Sydney, Australia

Koketso Mokubane - Peer Educator, Gauteng Regional Representative - SANPUD, Pretoria, South Africa

Phill Read - Director and Senior Staff Specialist, Kirketon Road Centre, Director of Sexual Health and Blood Borne Viruses, SESLHD, Sydney, Australia

Maryam Alavi - Senior Lecturer, Viral Hepatitis Clinical Research Program, Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney; Senior Research Fellow, Digestive Diseases Research Institute, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

Mar 23, 2021 04:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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