The Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit is going online for 2020.
In lieu of an in-person event, this year’s Rx Summit will take place as a virtual experience that includes video content and live streaming with Q&A sessions during the conference’s originally scheduled dates, April 14-16.
“In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic that is currently compounding the opioid epidemic, we remain committed to fulfilling the Rx Summit’s mission and vision to disseminate timely, relevant information,” Operation UNITE CEO Nancy Hale said in a statement. “Stakeholders, now more than ever, need to discuss best practices in prevention, treatment and law enforcement. Your participation in the Rx Summit is appreciated.”
Individuals who already have registered for the 2020 Rx Summit will have their registration automatically transferred to the virtual conference. Registration covers:
- Three days of live education
- More than 70 live accredited breakout sessions with Q&A across 12 tracks
- More than 150 speakers, including sessions with New York Times best-selling authors Beth Macy and John Temple
- 15 CME/CE
- 12 months of access to all Rx Summit sessions, including live sessions and those recorded after the event