Anja Busse

Anja Busse

Programme Officer at the Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section of the UNODC Drugs, Laboratory and Scientific Services Branch - has been involved since 2005 in the implementation of UNODC’s global projects on drug dependence treatment and care in different functions. She is a Psychology graduate (University of Berlin, Germany) with further training in Public Health (Medical School Hanover, Germany), Systemic Psychotherapy and Media Pedagogics. Her current functions include the coordination of the UNODC-WHO Programme on Drug Dependence Treatment and Care.

Abstract

Alternatives to Incarceration Systems:  Treatment Interventions for Persons with Substance Use Disorders Who are in Contact with the Criminal Justice System

Supporting Public and Health and Justice Collaboration to Reduce Substance Use Disorders

Recordings

Evidence-Based Approaches to Opioid Overdose Recognition and Management: Share the Facts – Save Lives

ISSUP Webinar
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To mark International Overdose Awareness Day on 31st of August 2021, the International Society of Substance Use Professionals (ISSUP), in collaboration with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the World Health Organization, presented an online event profiling naloxone programmes as a pathway for improving outcomes in the treatment of opioid dependence, overdose reduction, and saving lives.

Webinar | Quality in Treatment

ISSUP Webinar
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On February 23rd, ISSUP Global presented their Webinar on the topic of quality in substance use disorder treatment. This event tied in with the launch of the new 'Quality in Treatment' Network.

Plenary 3: A Focus on Treatment and Recovery

ISSUP Webinar
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The Third Plenary Session of the 'Drug Demand Reduction in Africa: Prevention, Treatment and Epidemiology' Virtual Conference from 16th September to 10th November 2020.