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Customized Training Webinar for Creating a Public Health Substance Use Prevention Plus Wellness Plan

Created by
Chudley Edward Werch, PhD
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Dear Friends,

You are invited to a free 30-minute personalized online training workshop on “Creating a Public Health Substance Use Prevention Plus Wellness Plan.”

This session is designed to help you create a customized plan to significantly increase the public health reach of youth or young adults in your region who receive evidence-based and evidence-informed Prevention Plus Wellness programs. 

Prevención del Consumo de Sustancias Basada en la Evidencia y la Adaptación Cultural

Created by
CICAD Demand Reduction

This presentation gives a brief summary of the meaning of evidence-based prevention, what interventions consist of, and the scope they may have. The webinar includes a review of the learnings and outcomes that both prevention practice and research have left, as well as the barriers that are imposed for the implementation of these interventions.

Una perspectiva de derechos humanos en la prevención del consumo de alcohol

En este seminario, el Sr. Morlachetti discutirá el papel de las normas y estandares de derechos humanos en la regulación y restricción de la comercialización de las bebidas alcoholicas. Además, irá discutir las obligaciones de los Estados Miembros en tomar medidas para prevenir la interferencia de los actores no estatales en el derecho a la salud.

Caring for Patients with Chronic Pain: Perspectives from Clinicians -Opioid Collab Listening Session

Created by
National Academy of Medicine

The Action Collaborative on Countering the U.S. Opioid Epidemic held a web-based listening session that focused on the perspectives and experiences of clinicians caring for patients with chronic, non-cancer pain.

This is a recording of that listening session, held on March 10, 2020.

Telepsychiatry: The CCBHC Staffing Solution Recording and Slides

Created by
CCBHC
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Now that clinics across the country are eligible to apply for CCBHC Expansion grants, this creates an exciting opportunity for organizations to increase access to care. Leaders are looking for ways to ensure that their organizations are able to meet the standards outlined to achieve this certification.

Tratamiento asistido por medicamentos (MAT) para el trastorno del uso de opioides en cárceles y prisiones

Created by
National Council for Behavioural Health

Las personas que han sido encarceladas tienen aproximadamente 100 veces más probabilidades de morir por sobredosis en las primeras dos semanas después de su liberación que el público en general. A pesar de las altas tasas de trastorno por uso de opioides entre las personas involucradas en la justicia, existen medicamentos basados en la evidencia que se pueden implementar con éxito dentro de las cárceles y las prisiones.

Alcohol, MDMA and cannabis use: Impact on the adolescent brain

Created by
The Matilda Centre

 

This webinar is for teachers, school staff, parents and others who are interested in understanding the effect of drugs on adolescent brain. It explores the development of adolescent brain and how this process is interrupted by the use of alcohol, MDMA and cannabis.

It provides information on harm reduction strategies that parents and teachers can implement amongst teenagers, in order to reduce harm.
 

Trauma y uso de sustancias

Created by
The Matilda Centre

Este seminario web proporcionó información sobre la naturaleza del trauma (incluyendo el trastorno de estrés postraumático) y sus efectos. Además de discutir el vínculo entre el trauma y el consumo de alcohol y otras drogas (incluyendo metanfetamina).

Academic Programs in Drug Treatment and Prevention at Paraguayan Universities

Created by
ICUDDR
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This video is a recording of a webinar on January 31, 2020 where presenters Diana Lesme Romero, Ph.D. , Maria Cecilia Munoz Perez, MSc. and Graciela Barreto Castro, Ph.D. discuss the complex drug problem in Paraguay and review the educational offerings in the subject of addictions and drug demand reduction in the country. Moderated by Roger Peters, PhD.