April 2017

Alcohol Research UK Postgraduate and Early Career Symposium

Location: London, United Kingdom

The Symposium provides an ideal opportunity for early career researchers to share their findings, learn from colleagues, and develop their professional network. 

The Symposium is designed for interactive presentations and discussion among participants.

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Submitted onTuesday 20th December 2016 - 11:50

Introduction to Motivational Interviewing

Location: Portland, United States

This two-day course is designed to introduce clinicians and staff members from diverse professional backgrounds to the foundational concepts and skills of motivational interviewing (MI), including the underlying Spirit of MI, Four Processes, and Core Skills. Participants will have a number of opportunities for skill development through the use of role playing, individual practice, and interactive group exercises. Videos and live demonstrations will enhance the learning process.

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Submitted onThursday 23rd March 2017 - 10:47

Applying Mobile Technology to Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: The State of the Science

Location: Webinar

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 | 10:00 am Eastern Daylight Time (GMT-04:00) | 1 hour | Add to my calendar

Presenter: Lisa A. Marsch

Host: Sonia Oren 

Meeting number: 636 092 406

Meeting password: April42017

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Submitted onWednesday 22nd March 2017 - 20:05

Alcohol Research UK Annual Conference 2017

Location: London, United Kingdom

Join Alcohol Research UK for their 2017 Annual Conference ‘Working together: People, practice and policy in alcohol research’, where they will explore co-production and collaboration in alcohol research and practice. The conference will combine presentations, panel debates, installations and interactive workshop sessions to encourage a dynamic and productive discussion of how alcohol research can deliver real benefits to individuals, families and society.

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Submitted onTuesday 20th December 2016 - 12:00

Cognitive Behavioural Approaches Training

Location: Eastleigh, United Kingdom

Cognitive behavioural approaches (CBA) encompasses a series of evidence-based techniques derived from cognitive behavioural therapy. During this training, delegates will learn what we feel and think determines how we act and that these thoughts can be challenged and intervened, therefore having a positive impact on behaviour.

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Submitted onFriday 3rd February 2017 - 13:43

Webinar: Promoting SBIRT in an Interprofessional Setting with Vulnerable Populations

Location: Webinar

Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) is an evidence-based practice used to identify, reduce, and prevent problematic use, abuse, and dependence on alcohol and illicit drugs.

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Submitted onThursday 23rd March 2017 - 10:51

Cultural Elements in Treating Hispanic Populations

Location: Warwick, United States

This training will increase the competencies of addiction professionals working with Hispanic or Latino communities to integrate culture into practice and affect successful outcomes for their clients.

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Submitted onThursday 23rd March 2017 - 10:55

61st Regular Session of CICAD

Location: Washington DC, United States

The sixty-first regular session of the Inter-American Drug Abuse Control Commission (CICAD) will be held in Washington, D.C., April 24-26, 2017. The draft agenda for the meeting as well as all other documentation (Draft Schedule of Activities, Information Bulletin with registration instructions, reports and presentations) will be posted on CICAD’s webpage www.cicad.oas.org in due course. Additionally, a dialogue with civil society will take place within the framework of CICAD’s sixty-first regular session.

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Submitted onFriday 17th March 2017 - 22:49

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