A unique global summit

By partnering with the World Hepatitis Alliance on the summit, you are enabling the delivery of a dynamic and unique platform to drive hepatitis elimination forward and providing your organisation with an opportunity to demonstrate your values and deliver on CSR and commercial objectives. The summit is a place where a diverse group of stakeholders, including crucial policy and decision-makers, can collaborate to create new synergies, find innovative solutions, share successes, discuss challenges, learn from each other through shared experiences. 

We were delighted with the success of the campaigns we ran during the World Hepatitis Summit (WHS), which resulted in over 1.4 million total views of our videos. Overall, WHS was a great platform for us to reach and engage with both existing and new audiences.
Janssen, WHS 2022 Gold supporter
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Why partner with us?

Partnership opportunities

There are a number of ways your organisation can partner with us at WHS 2024.

Support

WHS 2024 offers organisations working in the hepatitis field with a range of great opportunities to engage, connect and showcase your initiatives to a unique audience. ​ ​

Gain valuable exposure to a diverse audience of policymakers, decision-makers, people with lived experience, advocates, medical professionals and industry, by supporting the WHS 2024.

Opportunities are available to suit all budgets. We are keen to discuss how we can partner with you to ensure your participation delivers on your objectives.  

Exhibition area

Networking zone

Space will be available to position your organisation in front of a multi-stakeholder global audience for the three-day event. By choosing to partner with us, your company/organisation will be positioned in the networking zone alongside the coffee break area at the stunning Culturgest venue.

Symposia and side-meetings

Our team are happy to discuss ideas for sponsored symposiums and side meetings at WHS 2024. Contact us with your idea and request and we can confirm pricing.

Industry tickets and group rates

Attending the event in-person, networking and meeting some of our key stakeholders face-to-face can be a great way to further your objectives – and buying a ticket is a great way for you to support us to cover the costs of delivering WHS 2024 while enabling us to support equitable access for others. We can consider group discounts for multiple ticket purchases, so please do get in touch with any queries.

Register for your ticket today, or get in touch with us directly at summit@worldhepatitisalliance.org

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Contact us

Discover what the World Hepatitis Summit 2024 can offer you.

The team are ready to discuss any of these opportunities with you, and want to better understand your needs and objectives.

Get in touch: summit@worldhepatitisalliance.org

Hepatitis and PWID/harm reduction 

 

11:35 – 11:40  

Chair: WHO – Intro and set the scene.  

 

11:40 – 11:55  

Co-chair:  EMCDDA – Monitoring viral hepatitis elimination among PWID in Europe. 

 

11:55 – 12:00 

ID 29: Ema Pos (not yet registered) 

Title: If the mountain won’t come to Mohammed: lessons from a decentralized Infectious Disease consultation. 

 

12:05 – 12:10  

ID 152: Brian Conway (Registered in person) 

Title: Community Pop-up Clinic: Cascade of Care and HCV Treatment of Vancouver’s inner-city PWID Populations.

 

12:10 – 12:15 

ID 212: Jasmine West (not yet registered) 

Title: From lived experience to lived expertise: a syndemic approach. 

 

12:15 – 12:20 

ID: 299 Mercy Nyakowa (Registered in person) 

Title: HCV and HBV prevalence and associated risk factors among people who inject drugs (PWIDs) in Kenya 

 

12:20 – 12:25 

ID: 133 Nalinikanta Rajkumar (Registered in person) 

Title: Rapid regimen of HBV vaccination: Does it work for high risk groups?  

 

12:25 – 12:30 

Q&A and closing remarks   

The role of decentralised and community-led services in accelerating progress towards elimination.

Role of harm reduction.