Resources

Designer Farmaci

Created by
Haider Ali by Drug Free Nation

Il farmaco di design è un analogo strutturale o funzionale di una sostanza controllata che è stato progettato per imitare gli effetti farmacologici del farmaco originale, evitando al contempo la classificazione come illegale e / o il rilevamento nei test antidroga standard.

Narcotic Anonymous Pakistan 26 giugno 2021 Messaggio della Giornata Mondiale della Droga

Created by
Haider Ali by Drug Free Nation
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La Giornata internazionale contro l'abuso e il traffico illecito di stupefacenti, o Giornata mondiale della droga, è contrassegnata il 26 giugno di ogni anno per rafforzare l'azione e la cooperazione per raggiungere l'obiettivo di un mondo libero dall'abuso di stupefacenti.

New App for Practitioners to Improve Knowledge of the Clinical Harms of Non-medical Prescription Drug Use.

ATOMIC is a free, evidence-based, mobile-learning application aimed at clinicians and other practitioners who want to improve their knowledge of the acute and chronic clinical harms of non-medical prescription drug use. ATOMIC is a response to increasing public health concern regarding the harms of non-medical prescription drug use.

Nozioni di base sulla farmacoterapia nel trattamento SUD

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ISSUP Afghanistan desidera invitarvi a partecipare al loro prossimo webinar sulle basi della farmacoterapia nel trattamento SUD. Il webinar includerà un'introduzione e informazioni di base sulla farmacoterapia nel trattamento per uso sostanza per la disintossicazione, la prevenzione delle ricadute e il mantenimento degli opoiod.

AOD Primary Prevention & Demand Reduction Priority Primer

Created by
Dalgarno Institute
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This Primer is an introduction to Demand Reduction and Primary Prevention, aimed at policy makers and educators in the AOD space. It is written in accessible language to invite the investigator to better reflect on basic principles of best-practice for best health outcomes for our communities. 

Reducing Substance Use Stigma: The Role of First Responders

Created by
CCSA

Stigma is one of the biggest barriers people face when seeking care for substance use disorders. Designed for members of the law enforcement community, this webinar explored the relationship between substance use, the brain and mental health, and how stigma can be a barrier to accessing and receiving care.

Panelists also discussed the impact stigma has on people who use substances, their families and communities.
 

Youth drinking declines - what have we learned?

Created by
NDARC

Since the early 2000s, adolescent drinking in Australia and in many high income countries has fallen dramatically. For example, among 14-17 year old Australians, the rate of risky drinking has fallen from 30% in 2001 to 9% in 2019. This seminar summarised a program of work looking to understand these trends, addressing the potential causes of these declines, the implications for adult drinking and harm and next steps for research.

Anxiety and Alcohol Use: What Clinicians Need to Know

Created by
The Matilda Centre

 

Presented by Associate Professor Lexine Stapinski (the Matilda Centre) this webinar will lead to:

1. An understanding of typical patterns and issues relevant to the management of anxiety and alcohol use disorder comorbidity;

2. Introduction to an integrated cognitive behaviour therapy program that improves outcomes by concurrently addressing anxiety, alcohol use and the connections between them;

WHO Quitting Toolkit

Created by
World Health Organization (WHO)
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With professional support and quitting services, tobacco users double their chances of quitting successfully. This WHO toolkit is aimed at tobacco users and is designed to provide information, reasons to quit and resources in an easily accessible format.

Toolkit for delivering the 5A’s and 5R’s brief tobacco interventions in primary care

Created by
World Health Organization (WHO)
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This toolkit 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 primary care providers.

Toolkit per gli operatori che lavorano con famiglie colpite da condizioni co-si verificano

Created by
Adfam

Questo toolkit è stato prodotto da Adfam e dai familiari colpiti dalle condizioni co-ricorrenti di disturbi dell'uso di sostanze e malattie mentali. È progettato per i professionisti che supportano coloro che si prendeno cura di una persona cara che ha difficoltà con la loro salute mentale e l'uso di sostanze.

Addressing Unprecedented Challenges in Management of SUD’s and GBV in the midst of COVID-19

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ISSUP Kenya would like to present their Webinar on Addressing Unprecedented Challenges in Management of SUD's and GBV in the midst of COVID-19. The Webinar will explore emerging trends in Substance Use Disorder and Gender-based violence in view of COVID-19 and the correlations between SUD’s and GBV, with special emphasis of the impact of COVID-19.