Publications

A Guide for Tobacco Users to Quit

Published by
WHO

This self-help material was developed based on WHO Capacity Building Training Package 4 entitled “Strengthening health systems for treating tobacco dependence in primary care”. Its target audience are tobacco users. It aims to give advice and information to improve tobacco user’ readiness to quit and to help those who are ready to quit to plan a quit attempt. The content of this self-help material includes:

At the Crux: The Encounter between Clinician and Client. Effectiveness Bank Alcohol Treatment Matrix Cell B2

Published by
Drug and Alcohol Findings
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AT THE CRUX: THE ENCOUNTER BETWEEN CLINICIAN AND CLIENT

Influences explored across the Matrix come to a head in the encounter between clinician and client. Take a step back and (in the words of one of this cell’s reviews) you will see that therapies may be the “trees”, but the “forest” is the client-therapist relationship.

Assessing Compliance with Tobacco Packaging and Labeling Regulations

Published by
Institute for Global Tobacco Control (IGTC)

Source: https://www.issup.net/node/8539

The Institute for Global Tobacco Control (IGTC) has collaborated with the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK), and the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) to develop a comprehensive “how-to” guide on assessing compliance with tobacco packaging and labeling requirements.

Collision du COVID-19 et épidémies de toxicomanie

Published by
Annals of Internal Medicine
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Le coronavirus est l’un des défis de santé publique les plus importants auxquels nous avons été confrontés au cours des 100 dernières années. Tout le monde est effectué. Cependant, la souche est particulièrement grande pour ceux qui travaillent sur la ligne de front pour détecter et traiter les personnes qui sont entrées en contact avec le virus.

Viruses and Places of Detention

Published by
UNODC

The nature of places of detention is that they are constructed to maximize public safety. 

This is highly likely to lead to people living in very close proximity of each other in often overcrowded conditions, which increases the probability of the transmission of viruses.

Overcrowding is an increasingly widespread problem in a number of countries and places of detention.

COVID-19 Preparedness and Responses in Prisons

Published by
UNODC

Close to 11 million prisoners worldwide — as well as the officers who are charged with ensuring their safe, secure and humane custody — must not be forgotten during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Countries should recognize the particular risks which COVID-19 and the virus that causes it to pose to confined populations for which physical distancing is not an option.

COVID-19: The Global Pan(dem)ic and Reflections on a Prevention Science Response

Published by
EUSPR Early Careers Forum

The spread of COVID-19 is causing unprecedented damage throughout the world, from which the lasting impact will be evident for many years to come.

It is vital that preventative efforts are put in place in order to minimise the damage and bolster levels of resilience so communities can recover.

TREATNET

Published by
UNODC

The developmental stage of adolescence involves dramatic biologic, psychological, and behavioural changes.

It is a time where young people start to explore, seek further independence and experiment with new experiences. It is also a time where young people are particularly vulnerable to developing difficulties related to potentially risky behaviour.

Mental Health, Substance Use & Brain Chemistry

Published by
Alcohol and Drug Foundation
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Many people who develop substance use disorders have mental health conditions, and, likewise, many individuals who suffer from mental health issues also use substances in a harmful manner.

The relationship between mental health and substance use is complex.

In ADF's latest insight, the organisation provides an overview of the subject and its relationship with our brain chemistry.

Orientation pour l’établissement de normes de crise de soins pour l’utilisation dans les situations de catastrophe

Published by
National Academies Press

Source : Gostin, L. O., Hanfling, D., Hanson, S. L., Stroud, C., et Altevogt, B. M. (éd.). (2009). Orientation pour l’établissement de normes de crise de soins pour une utilisation dans les situations de catastrophe: Un rapport de lettre. Presse des Académies Nationales.

COVID-19 and People with Alcohol-related Problems: Recommendations for Services

Published by
SHAAP

COVID-19 is a rapidly evolving pandemic with national advice and guidance updated regularly.

The fact that alcohol may no longer be consumed in public places, increases risks related to home drinking, where alcohol is cheaper, compounded by the stress that the current situation is causing.

This guidance has been drawn up by the Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP), at the request of the Scottish Government.