Legalizing Harm – Why Legalizing Cannabis is a Huge Public Health and Well-being Misstep
An advocacy briefing for policy makers and legislators, challenging pro-cannabis memes.
ADF Drug Wheel
The ADF Interactive Drug Wheel classifies drugs as part of seven general categories: Stimulants, Depressants, Cannabinoids, Psychedelics, Opioids, Dissociatives and Empathogens. Find out about the effects of drugs and more information about specific drugs.
Cannabis: Reading List
Of all illicit substances, cannabis stands out as the most extensively cultivated, trafficked, and misused. It has significant effects on the human body and mind, altering sensory perceptions, mood, cognitive abilities, motor coordination, and sense of self and time. In this reading list, you can find out more about cannabis and cannabis use.
OSFE Prevent App
App sobre prevención! El juego OSFE Prevent ya se puede descargar desde las tiendas Play y Apple.
Health Equity Urgently Needed for Females
While females consume about half of the nonmedical use of substances, shockingly, less than 20% of people in treatment are females and this disparity is even larger in some countries. Explore why and the response needed in this new video.
The Language of Stigma and Substance Use Disorder
Pathways 2 Prevention Podcast
Join us for Drug Free America Foundation’s ‘Pathways to Prevention’ podcast as we engage stakeholders from across the drug demand reduction spectrum including government, academia, clergy, preventionists, treatment professionals, and persons in long-term recovery.
Early Prevention of Drug Use: Understanding and implementing the UNODC/WHO International Standards on Drug Use Prevention for Effective Prevention Strategies and a Healthy and Safe Child Development
EMCDDA webinar: Methamphetamine in Europe — past and present
Objective: To explore the problem of methamphetamine in Europe.
In this webinar, EMCDDA will explore the problem of methamphetamine in Europe, how it is deeply rooted in the history of our continent and how it evolved.
GRAMÁTICA DE LA PREVENCIÓN: Presentación del libro de Alfonso Ramírez de Arellano, preguntas y debate posterior
SSA Podcast- Relapse: what is it and what does it mean to people who experience it?
In the latest episode of the Addictions Edited podcast, Rob Calder talks to Dr Maike Klein from the University of Bath about her qualitative research into relapse.
What Are The Five Stages Of Change?- A Blog Dedicated to Educate the Families of people with Addiction
The blog is a rich source of learning.
You may read the information at your pace.
Share with the clients and their families to equip themselves with the simple strategies to take steps towards more recovery and less relapse.
Dr. Nazish Idrees Chaudhary, PhD., M.S., M.Sc., B.Sc. (Clinical Psychology)
Drug Policy in the UK: A Matter of Crime or Health
Safeguarding people from the use of Tobacco for Tobacco-Free generations: Tobacco-free Initiative Pakistan
New Psychoactive Substances – Designer Benzodiazepines
Gamma Hydroxybutyrate (GHB) as a new storm for Mental Health and Addiction Professionals: Insight from Developing Countries
Marijuana and Pregnancy Educational Resources
Learn about the potential effects marijuana use during pregnancy has on the developing fetus and throughout the child's life course with various resources from Drug Free America Foundation's Marijuana and Pregnancy Educational Campaign. Visit https://www.marijuanaknowthetruth.org/marijuana-and-pregnancy/ to learn more.
Biblioteca Virtual CIJ
Recovery Research Institute Infographics
The Recovery Research Institute have put together a series of pamphlets presenting and discussing all issues relating to recovery support
Recovery from a substance use disorder is defined as a process of improved physical, psychological, and social well-being and health after having suffered from a substance-related condition.
The recovery research institute has put together a collection of resources that defines and explores the pathways to recovery.
Recovery Pathways Online Course
This online course introduces the science of addiction recovery and looks at the evidence on recovery pathways in Europe.
Recovery Pathways has a particular focus on gender differences in how people recover and what happens at different stages of recovery.
The course provides an insight into what we know about addiction recovery and how the European REC-PATH study has contributed to that knowledge.
Measuring and Operationalising Recovery Capital
Recovery capital helps us better understand the process of recovering from a substance use disorder and determine the success of recovery and treatment interventions, improve coping strategies, and enhance an individuals’ quality of life in recovery. Understanding how to measure and operationalize recovery capital can help criminal justice and healthcare professionals better serve justice-involved individuals with SUD.
Recovery Support: Reading List
Recovery is a process that often takes significant time and effort to achieve and maintain. Here you will find a selection of resources and pieces of research relating to the topic of recovery support.
ISAM at Lisbon Addictions 2022
Here you can find a collection of ISAM presentation recordings that took place during Lisbon Addictions 2022
Recording 1: An introduction to ISAM Global Expert Network (ISAM-GEN) – Hamed Ekhtiari
ISAM neuroscience interest group webinar series
In ISAM-NIG's new monthly talk series "In Love with Addiction Neuroscience”, addiction neuroscientists from across the world share their personal stories/experiences on the beauty of addiction neuroscience and how/why they have decided to invest their scientific life in this field.
Webinar 1- Prof Kathleen Brady
ISAM Neuroscience Interest Group in collaboration with ENIGMA Addiction Working Group
Here, you can find a series of webinar recordings put together by ISAM Neuroscience Interest Group in collaboration with ENIGMA Addiction Working Group.
Webinar 1: International Network on Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine
ISAM Webinar Series on COVID-19 and Substance Use Disorders: : A Global Perspective on Challenges and Solutions
As you all know, the current COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly affected various populations globally. The International Society of Addiction Medicine (ISAM) believes that the impact of this pandemic on people struggling with Substance Use Disorders could not be overlooked.