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.
Problemi di abuso di droga nei giovani / studenti Un messaggio della Società di controllo dell'abuso di droga GC Women University Faisalabad
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.
Share Facts On Drugs, Save Lives The International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, or World Drug Day, is marked on 26 June every year, to strengthen action and cooperation in achieving the goal of a world free of drug abuse.
ISSUP Chile te invita a participar de un webinar sobre prevención basada en evidencias: avances y desafíos para Chile.
El webinar tendrá lugar el miércoles 30 de junio de 2021 a las 12:00 p.m. (Hora de Chile)
How has the COVID-19 pandemic affected drug use and supply? What drugs are causing the most concern today? What are the latest trends in drug production and trafficking?
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.
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.
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.
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.
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;
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.
World No Tobacco Day takes place each year at the end of May. To link with the worldwide campaign, ISSUP is hosting a series of online events throughout May that investigate the topic of tobacco use. This reading list highlights additional ISSUP Knowledge Share resources and research on the subject.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) have a health topic page dedicated to tobacco use.
The page includes:
- up to date data on smoking, tobacco control country profiles
- factsheet, infographics and maps
- the latest news, events and publications
The page also describes the WHO MPOWER tobacco control measures.
Jayvee Aquino, Ma Veronica Felipe, Marie Isabel Melgar discuss the modifications they made to use the UTC for online training for faculty and students in Philippines.
Watch the video of the research presentation “Understanding drinking transitions during lockdown: social inequalities, alcohol and the COVID-19 pandemic” by Dr Emily Nicholls (University of York), delivered at the SHAAP/SARN 'Alcohol Occasionals' webinar held over Zoom on 28 April 2021.