HA-REACT Events and Meetings

06.10.2016 to 31.07.2018

The Joint Action on “HIV and Co-infection Prevention and Harm Reduction” (HA-REACT) brings together 23 Associated Partners and several more Collaborating Partners to address gaps in the prevention of HIV and other co-infections (particularly tuberculosis and hepatitis) in priority areas of the...

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Luxembourg by Flavio Ensiki

A two-day meeting on NSP in prison settings in June, 2017

01.06.2017 to 30.06.2017

The meeting highlights good practices of Luxembourg prison in terms of harm reduction, the problems faced and how these are overcome. In different working groups, the aim is to find out what the barriers in the focus countries are and how we can help them to overcome these barriers. Fruitful...

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One day workshop on integrated care


This workshop is linked to the international Overdose Awareness Day (31.08.17). It will focus on expanding access to naloxone through different services and settings. The workshop is planned for 25 participants from different fields – policemen, prison officers, nurses, general practitioners’,...

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One day workshop on integrated care


The main goal of this workshop is to bring together different institutions involved in delivering HCV, HIV, TB and harm reduction services to PWID. The workshop will also address the stakeholder´ s roles and responsibilities and will discuss possible models for future collaboration. Discussion...

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Training workshops on linkage to care in October, 2017

01.10.2017 to 31.10.2017
Latvia and Hungary

This three-day training for low threshold facilities working with people who use drugs will focus on referral clients with reactive HIV/HCV rapid test result to confirmatory tests and other medical and social services. The workshop focuses on local situations in Latvia and Hungary and is by-...

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Workshop Latvia and Lithuania

Training workshops on harm reduction interventions in October, 2017

01.10.2017 to 30.11.2017
Latvia and Lithuania

There will be altogether three workshops on the following themes: 1) clinical/management issues of OST provision (main target: physicians and other health care professionals), 2) key intervention components of harm reduction, and 3) overdose prevention. In the 2nd and 3rd workshops also...

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