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On Friday 6th June, the National Needle Exchange Forum (NNEF) will hold its first free training event for members. The event is being organised in response to feedback
from our members on the widespread need for accessible and affordable training.
The event is free to attend, and certification can be provided toward personal development plans as well. The full agenda and programme can be downloaded here, and includes:
- An introduction to needle exchange and safer injecting
- Peer partnerships around needle and syringe distribution and disposal
- It's not all BBVs: the direct complications of injecting drug use
- Promoting overdose prevention
For a list of nearby hotels, please click here
About the NNEF
The National Needle Exchange Forum (NNEF) exists to actively promote and support the provision of high quality needle and syringe programmes, therefore ensuring the reduction of injecting-related harm as a key part of the English drugs strategy.
The NNEF members are needle and syringe programme staff, users and advocates from across England. The Forum meets at least once a year – these meetings are free for members to attend and include presentations from invited speakers, updates from delegates, and practical skills-sharing and discussions to promote good practice in this field.
To see the NNEF Terms of Reference (updated in 2013), click here.