Programme

Overview

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Day 1

Times Thursday 12th May 2022
09.00
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10.30
Opening Ceremony
Prof Michael Farrell

Plenary Hall 4

10.30
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11.00
Break
11.00
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12.30
Drug Policy

Track 1, Plenary Hall 4

NRC Research Studies

Track 2, Conference Hall A-D

Treatment

Track 3, Conference Hall A-A

12.30
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13.30
Lunch
13.30
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15.00
ICUDDR

Track 1, Plenary Hall 4

Epidemiology

Track 2, Conference Hall A-D

NRC International Partners

Track 3, Conference Hall A-A

15.00
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15.30
Break
15.30
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17.00
CGU's Media Prevention

Track 1, Plenary Hall 4

NRC Studies on Stigma and Family

Track 2, Conference Hall A-D

Treatment

Track 3, Conference Hall A-A

 

Day 2

Times Friday 13th May 2022
08.00
WHO - Dr. Vladimir Poznyak
UNODC - Giovanna Campello

Plenary Hall 4

08.40
ICQ Official Launch

Plenary Hall 4

09.00
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10.30
Humphrey Fellows
Track 1, Plenary Hall 4
INEP Plus
Track 2, Conference Hall A-D
ATI
Track 3, Conference Hall A-A
10.30
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11.00
Break
11.00
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12.30
Prevention
Track 1, Plenary Hall 4
ITTC Network
Track 2, Conference Hall A-D
ATI
Track 3, Conference Hall A-A
12.30
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14.00
Extended Lunch
14.00
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15.30
Technology
Track 1, Plenary Hall 4
Workforce
Track 2, Conference Hall A-D
ATI
Track 3, Conference Hall A-A
15.30
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16.00
Break
16.00
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17.30
Dr. Nora Volkow

Plenary Hall 4

 

Day 3

Times Saturday 14th May 2022
08.30
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09.00
Former U.S. Congressman
Patrick J.  Kennedy

Plenary Hall 4

09.00
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10.30
Educational Prevention
Track 1, Plenary Hall 4
 NRC Academic Partners
Track 2, Conference Hall A-D
Epidemiology
Track 3, Conference Hall A-A
10.30
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11.00
Break
11.00
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12.30
Community Prevention
Track 1, Plenary Hall 4
NRC International Partners 
Track 2, Conference Hall A-D
Workforce
Track 3, Conference Hall A-A
12.30
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13.30
Lunch
13.30
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15.00
Universal Prevention
Track 1, Plenary Hall 4
Drug Policy
Track 2, Conference Hall A-D
Treatment
Track 3, Conference Hall A-A
15.00
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15.30
Break
15.30
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17.00
Prevention Panel
Closing Ceremony

Plenary Hall 4

 

Day 4

Times Sunday 15th May 2022
09.00
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10.29
Prevention in Practice
Mitigating the negative effects of COVID-19 on family life and youth resilience with evidence informed tools - Dr Aala El-Khani
Drug and Substance Abuse Prevention: Uganda's Story - Dr Brian Sekayombya
Positive Youth Development Project: A University Training Experience in Family Prevention (Spain)  - Carmen Orte
Identifying the existence of substance use problems in children 7 to 12 in Asunción, Paraguay - Geraldine G. Willim
Development of an online facilitator training programme for Strong Families - an open-source family skills prevention programme aiming to prevent a broad spectrum of risk behaviours - Karin Haar
Alcohol Use Among In-School Youth in Uganda - Lubega Andrew
Evidence-based substance use prevention program for children and adolescents. The implementation of Planet Youth in San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, Argentina - Matias Garcia Teran
Evidence for the universal, selective and indicated prevention of illicit substance use based on a systematic review and data science - Orlando Scoppetta
11.00
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12.30
Research into Practice
Assessing the Life Skills Of Street Children Who Use Substances in Calabar Metropolis, Cross River State, Nigeria - Asu Obasse Benedict
Bridging the gap between professionals working with problematic substance use and intimate partner violence: The MARISSA Project - Gudrun Sif Fridriksdottir
Characterization of family violence of substance user patients (presented at CIJ in 2020) - Dr Carmen Fernández Cáceres
Connections are Key: Unlocking the heart of relationship based practice - Rowan Anderson
Innovative approach for smartphone applications to share trustworthy information on parenting and family skills – the scaling of Children Immunization App (CIMA) in Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa - Dr. Ziad El-Khatib
Models of Recovery: influence of psychosocial factors on substance use recovery - Antonio Molina Fernandes
Prevalence of Alcohol Consumption and Factors Influencing Alcohol Abuse Among School-Attending Adoloescents in Lagos State, Nigeria: Implications for Prevention Interventions - Oluseyi Odewale Ph.D
13.30
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15.00
An International Nursing Panel on the Role of Nurses Related to Addictions/Substance Use Disorders
Dana Murphy-Parker- MS, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP, FIAAN;Adam Searby, RN, PhD;Adrian Jugdoyal, PG Dip, PGCAP, BSc (Ho…P, TCH, FHEA); Divane de, Vargas Ph.D. MsN BsN FIAAN;Kelly Kokus,DNP, NP-PHC, FNP-BC, MScN, BScN (Hons);Paulo Seabra - PhD, MHRN
15.30
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16.57
Latest Research
Irregular Migration and Drug Trafficking: Assessing the Prevalence among Identified Female Migrant Returnees in Nigeria - Daniel Ikenna Molobe
The Role of Traumatic Life Events Among Patients at the Mathari Drug Rehabilitation Centre - Dr Matilda Mghoi Omollo
Impulsivity and Aggression Among Crystal Meth and Cannabis Users - Muhammad Shafique
The Plight of Trading Life and Death, Tharra (Illicit Liquor): Qualitative Studay Findings - Dr Nazila Bano Khalid
The impact of media based anti-smoking messages upon intent to cease among smokers: A quasi-experimental study - Nazish Idrees Chaudhary
The lack of evidence of a link between climate change and substance use - The need to assess the impact in low- and middle-income countries - Dr. Ziad El-Khatib
17.30
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18.04
Research into Practice
Drug Treatment Services: Addressing the needs of victims of Human Trafficking - Elizabeth Sáenz, Gui QiHui , Blessing Mandima
Avances y desafíos de la reforma de salud mental: implementación de nuevas políticas para la atención de personas que consumen sustancias psicoactivas en el contexto de la Covid-19 en el Perú - Dr Yuri Cutipé Cárdenas

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