DISCOVER INSIGHTS LONG-TERM RESEARCH STUDIES AND A NEW RESEARCH INITIATIVE FOR MILDURA
Injecting drug use and methamphetamine smoking are the two forms of drug use linked to the majority of illicit drug-related harm in Australia. To date, much of what we know about this comes from capital cities. Little is known about people in rural areas who use illicit drugs. Join Professor Paul Dietze and Associate Professor Bernadette Ward for a compelling presentation on this topic, and what's happening in Mildura.
In Victoria, research following people who use drugs has been going for more than a decade, working with participants from Melbourne and rural Victoria.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Gain a deeper understanding of the health needs of people who use drugs and learn about the plans to launch the MIXMAX study in Mildura.
During the session, you will be able to engage with experts and community members to explore potential solutions and support.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Community Members: Get informed about the local impact of illicit drug use and contribute to the discussion.
Health Professionals: Hear targeted presentations tailored to address healthcare concerns and strategies.
JOIN US AND BE PART OF THE SOLUTION
This event is an opportunity to foster awareness, understanding, and dialogue
surrounding illicit drug use. Let's work together to make a difference in Mildura.
Date: Wednesday 8 November
Time: 7:30 to 8.30pm
Location: Benetook Room, 190 Deakin Avenue, Mildura
How can we find out about drug and methamphetamine use in Mildura?
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