Health Harming Products and Non-Communicable Disease Prevention in Scotland
Location: Online, United Kingdom
A cross-party discussion on the impact of health-harming products to launch a new report on by ten of Scotland's leading health charities
About this event
On the 6th September, we, a group of Scotland’s leading health charities, will publish a report calling for action on health-harming products to prevent ill health and death from non-communicable diseases – such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, lung disease and stroke.
ISSUP Quality in Treatment Network and ISSUP UK would like to invite you to attend this upcoming Webinar on Quality and the Workforce. This Webinar will look at the role of the workforce in ensuring quality drug use disorder treatment services.
Addiction and the Family Network (AFINet) is holding a small-scale virtual conference on 9-10 September 2021. There will be two half-days at different times of the day, which will allow our members and others from various time zones across the world to present and discuss their current work.
A Systems Approach for Effective Preventive Intervention Adaptations, Adoption and Sustainability
During the next Prevention Talk, APSI will be addressing the following question: How do we in the prevention community need to adapt evidence-based interventions to fit different prevention delivery systems and contexts?
Prevention scientists have developed many efficacious preventive interventions in a variety of areas.
Despite the demonstrated effectiveness of many evidence-based preventive interventions (EBPIs), two pervasive problems limiting their widespread use are:
Location: Mangalore, India (Onine Live sessions), India
Ecolink Institute is organizing an online training on Universal Treatment Curriculum on Substance Use Disorder in Tamil language for the Tamil speaking SUD practitioners around the glove, especially from Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and India. Initially, the course is limited to only Curriculum 1 & 2 and the full course may be offered in future. Global Trainer, Dr.Thirumagal V will be the key resource person. Grab this unique opportunity and understand the science of addiction and evidence based treatment models in your local language.
ISSUP Ukraine is pleased to invite you to attend the First Webinar in their Three-Part Series on 'Mental Health of Youth and Substance'. The First Webinar will centre specifically on Self-Harm and Suicide in Young.
Evaluating Substance Use Prevention Plus Wellness Programs: Free Webinar
Location: St. Augustine/Florida, United States
1. Identify purposes for evaluating substance use prevention programs.
2. Describe measurement tools and measures to assess substance use Prevention Plus
Wellness (PPW) programs.
3. Examine evaluation designs for determining risk/protective factor and behavior effects of prevention programs.
4. Explore case studies of PPW program evaluations.
Rebuild and Recover: Reducing alcohol harm and remaking connections in the post-pandemic world
Location: Online, United Kingdom
Alcohol Change UK’s 2021 online conference
On 22 and 23 September, we’ll be bringing you a conference that puts alcohol in context: an opportunity to reflect on the reasons people drink, and the many routes to harm reduction and recovery for a diverse population. Across the two days of Rebuild and Recover, we’ll be seeking to learn the lessons of the lockdown and understand how best to respond to the challenges of the post-pandemic world. Speakers include:
INEBRIA are delighted to invite you to the 17th Annual INEBRIA Conference in Goa, India.
Brief interventions can play an integral role in addressing the burden, harms and societal costs associated with alcohol use. However, there is limited uptake of brief interventions in culturally diverse and low resource settings. This necessitates a critical appraisal of what we have achieved until now as a field, and debate and discussion on the next steps for brief interventions in specific cultural contexts.
We are pleased to announce that the ISSUP UK Chapter launch will take place on Thursday, 23rd. September at 2pm (GMT). The launch will be followed by a webinar on the topic of ‘Substance Use and Families’.
2nd Euro Depression and Psychiatry Congress pertains to Psychiatry and Depressive Disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, behavioral disorders, post-traumatic, seasonal depression, persistent depressive disorder, stress and understanding the effective diagnosis & treatment to identify and help to facilitate the recovery of someone suffering from psychiatric disorders.
Substance Misuse Treatment and the Criminal Justice System
This webinar will focus on the interconnecting policy and practice that shapes the experiences of people with drug and alcohol problems within the criminal justice system. It will be chaired by Mike Trace, Chief Executive of Forward Trust and Collective Voice Trustee.
32nd European Society for Social Drug Research Conference
The ESSD was founded in 1990 as an association of European social scientists working on drug issues. Its principal aims are to promote social science approaches to drug research, particularly support qualitative and novel research methods, and encourage early career researchers.
The ESSD holds annual conferences to promote collaboration and cooperation among researchers working in the drugs field.
Since 1990, more than thirty annual conferences have been organised in over twenty countries, alternating between North, South, East and West Europe.
EUSPR are pleased to announce that the 12th EUSPR Conference and Members’ Meeting will take place online on 30th September – 1st October 2021, with workshops scheduled for the 29th September.
The theme this year is ‘Prevention in a COVID Recovery Society’ and the conference will discuss the challenges of planning and implementing prevention approaches in this new normality. We encourage participants to share their experiences on:
The impact of COVID 19 on health, health behaviours, and key risk and protective factors