The Wisconsin Harm Reduction Conference on June 28-29, 2023, was a time and space to learn and network. There were more than 400 attendees, speakers, and people working behind the scenes; everyone contributed to the conference's success and helped to lay the foundation for future coordination and collaboration around harm reduction efforts. Check out the video created to share some highlights from this conference.
Session recordings are now available in the Whova app.
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Any plans for future harm reduction conferences will be posted to this site. This event was organized by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services' Division of Public Health and Wisconsin Connect, a service of the Center for Urban Population Health. The Center of Urban Population Health is made up of faculty and staff from the UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, UW-Milwaukee, and Advocate Aurora Research Institute.