Southern Harm Reduction Conference 2020
Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Southern Harm Reduction Conference 2020 is postponed to late summer and will be held at the same location – the Sheraton Hotel, Atlanta. We will be announcing the exact dates shortly.
Registration: If you are registered for the conference, your registration will automatically transfer to the new conference dates, and you do not need to do anything.
Hotel: If you booked your hotel room at the Sheraton Hotel downtown Atlanta, you will need to cancel that reservation immediately. A new reservation link will be shared very soon so that you can book your hotel room for the new dates.
Abstract Submissions: We will be contacting all speakers and poster authors with specific details on next steps. We intend to keep the current agenda and all current plenary, workshops, and forums remain intact.
Scholarships: If you have been approved for scholarship, your scholarship will automatically transfer to the new conference dates, and you do not need to do anything.
Please check this page and follow our emails for updates as we continue to plan a dynamic conference. We appreciate your patience as we worked through this date change. If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to meeting you all at the Southern Harm Reduction Conference 2020 in Atlanta, GA.
We are pleased to announce and invite you to join us in beautiful Atlanta, Georgia for the 2020 Southern Harm Reduction Conference! The Southern Harm Reduction Conference is a premiere event for harm reduction in the southeast as well as throughout nation. We are excited to welcome national leaders and experts in their fields who will share cutting edge research and information regarding HEP C, HIV/AIDs, Harm Reduction, and Advocacy. We look forward to Learning, Connecting, Collaborating and Inspiring.
Your continued engagement and thoughtful discussion at Southern Harm Reduction Conference 2020 will lead to new ideas and cutting-edge approaches in harm reduction.