Bi-Monthly Webinar: ISSUP Nigeria Knowledge Update Series (Thirteenth Session)
ISSUP Nigeria would like to invite you to attend their next Bi-Monthly Webinar in the Knowledge Update Series. The Webinar topic will be Beyond Dependence: Alcohol-induced Disorders.
• Sensitization to the wide range of disorders that are related to alcohol use
• Become aware of how to make the diagnoses of alcohol related disorders
• Learn how to manage alcohol related disorders
Dr. Ehigiator Adayonfo
Dr. Ehigiator Adayonfo is an Associate Professor of Substance Use and Addiction Psychiatry in the Department of Mental Health, University of Benin and an Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist in the Addiction Unit of the Department of Mental Health, University of Benin Teaching Hospital. He holds a Fellowship in Psychiatry of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria, having earlier acquired the degree of Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria. He also has a Postgraduate Diploma in Criminology and Security Studies. His quest for super specialisation in Addiction Medicine propelled his training and subsequent certification and accreditation as an Addiction Professional by National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS) Bangalore, India. He has presented papers at several local and international conferences and he has not less than 40 publications in local and international journals. He has received numerous awards and recognitions including Addiction Champion, NIMHANS, India and International Institute of Chartered Educational Practitioners South Africa and Nigeria Award for Exemplary Leadership, dignity, contributions to humanity, general and valuable commitment in educational system.
Dr. Martin O. Agwogie
National President, ISSUP Nigeria Chapter
Dr. Bawo O. James
Publicity Secretary/Mobilization ISSUP Nigeria Chapter
Webinars and online events delivered and hosted by the International Society of Substance Use Professionals (ISSUP) are provided for informational purposes only. They are educational in nature and do not constitute medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.