Ohio’s two-day, statewide syringe program conference starts next Monday. More than 150 people have signed up for the event at Ohio State University in Columbus. Space for a few more people remain. Harm reduction is growing in talent, influence and impact in Ohio.
The full schedule for Ohio’s syringe program conference is now available. The conference will be held Monday-Tuesday, May 22-23, at the Ohio State University. Still time to register for the biggest harm reduction event in Ohio so far.
Conference panels announced for Ohio’s syringe program conference on Monday-Tuesday, May 22-23 in Columbus
Harm Reduction Ohio announced the final list of panels and presentations for Ohio syringe program conference in Columbus later this month. The conference is sponsored by Harm Reduction Ohio, the Ohio State University College of Public Health and Equitas Health. There’s still time to register.
A list of all panels and presentations for Ohio’s syringe program conference on May 22-23 is now available and can be downloaded in pdf form. A link to registration is also provided.
The staff of the nation’s first safe consumption site, OnPoint NYC, will provide the keynote presentation at the Ohio syringe program conference on May 22-23 at the Ohio State University. The conference is called “Ohio Syringe Services Program: Building Evidence, Empathy and Equity.” It is sponsored by Harm Reduction Ohio and the OSU College of Public Health.
Register for “Ohio Syringe Services Programs: Building Evidence, Empathy & Equity,” a statewide conference for people who use, operate or want to start syringe programs. The two-day event is sponsored by Harm Reduction Ohio, the Ohio State University College of Public Health and others. Cost: $75 for two days, including meals, parking, continuing education credits, educational materials and more.
Carl Hart, author of Drug Use for Grown-ups, will be the keynote speaker.