The International Consortium of Universities for Drug Demand Reduction (ICUDDR)

The International Consortium of Universities for Drug Demand Reduction (ICUDDR) was established in 2016 and incorporated as a not-for-profit organisation in March, 2018. The goal of ICUDDR is to support development of competencies and skills of addiction professionals, to meet an increasing demand for prevention and treatment services. Toward this end, the purpose of ICUDDR is to facilitate networking among universities to promote high-quality education and training in the field of addiction prevention and treatment. It also pursues related applied addictions research, outreach and advocacy. ICUDDR supports the formation of academic programmes in addiction studies at a time when demand is at an all-time high. Currently, many institutions are establishing addiction specialties in medicine, and many physicians and other health care professionals could benefit from continuing education to prevent and treat substance use disorders. The creation of effective academic programmes in addiction studies hinges on the awareness that new and enhanced prevention and treatment systems and services require a specialised and multidisciplinary workforce that is educated and trained to deliver these services.

Please visit ICCUDR’s website for more information on ICUDDR membership, events and activities: www.icuddr.org

Perfil del socio ICUDDR

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Cary Hopkins-Eyles
Publication Date

Presentado como parte del evento Uniting the global community to face the challenge of addiction, en línea, el 14 de mayo de 2022

 

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Perfil del socio ICUDDR

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UNODC Escucha Primero

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ICUDDR

Una iniciativa de prevención del consumo de drogas de la ONUDD que promueve el bienestar de los niños y jóvenes, sus familias y sus comunidades. Presentadora: Jenny Roston Lundstrom, Coordinadora - UNODC PTRS

Publicación de la ciencia de las adicciones

ICUDDR se complace en anunciar que ahora están abriendo solicitudes para el segundo grupo de participantes de ICUDDR/ISAJE Learning Collaborative. ICUDDR e ISAJE iniciaron este Aprendizaje Colaborativo utilizando los materiales de Publishing Addiction Science desarrollados por ISAJE. Las sesiones son facilitadas por los editores de revistas Richard Pates, Journal of Substance Use, Ann Mitchell, Journal of Addictions Nursing y Christine Vourakis, Journal of Addictions Nursing. La colaboración cuenta con diez sesiones de 90 minutos que