In light of the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we are writing to say that it is with regret that we are postponing Sex, Drugs & Scotland’s Health until later in 2021. This decision was made with consideration of current government guidance, which the Conference Steering Group has been monitoring closely. All information below is subject to change and will be relaunched. 

Full statement.

On June 3-5 2020, HIV Scotland, IRESH and many other sector partners are proudly bringing Sex, Drugs and Scotland's Health to Dundee.

Where do we go next for sexual health in Scotland? Organised by a cross-sector partnership, this brand new biennial conference will be used to highlight new and emerging issues and research, support workforce development and connect communities and those working within the SHBBV field in Scotland, the UK and internationally. At its heart will be discussion and debate around sexual health and blood-borne viruses in Scotland.

The conference will bring together third sector organisations, academics, researchers and healthcare professionals who are committed to making Scotland a healthier country. 

Abstract Submission 

The Abstract Submission Process will relaunch in 2021.

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If you have any questions at this point, please don't hesitate to ask at [email protected]
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Conference Information Website
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More information about the conference, the location, accodomodation and travel options can be found at the dedicated information page here.
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Exhibitor Application
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Sponsorship Opportunities
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Delegate Registration
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Thank you to all who have registered their interest in Sex, Drugs & Scotland's Health. Now is the time to Register your Attendance. Please ensure you have read the Terms & Conditions of Registration. Register your attendance below to ensure your place is locked in. This is a free conference. 
Discounted Accomodation Options are available now at the dedicated information page.
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Category Information:
NHS - Clinician, Nurse, Healthcare Worker, Health Promotion Specialist or anyone else who works in the NHS
Third Sector - Workers in Sexual Health charitable organisations
Community - Service users, People living with HIV, Hepatitis C and Blood borne viruses, people who use drugs, MSM, trans and nonbinary people 
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Private Sector - Delegates/sponsors/stall holders who come from profit-making companies

Sorry, this event is now sold out.