Recovery capital helps us better understand the process of recovering from a substance use disorder and determine the success of recovery and treatment interventions, improve coping strategies, and enhance an individuals’ quality of life in recovery. Understanding how to measure and operationalize recovery capital can help criminal justice and healthcare professionals better serve justice-involved individuals with SUD.
Resources - All Webinars
In ISAM-NIG's new monthly talk series "In Love with Addiction Neuroscience”, addiction neuroscientists from across the world share their personal stories/experiences on the beauty of addiction neuroscience and how/why they have decided to invest their scientific life in this field.
Webinar 1- Prof Kathleen Brady
Here, you can find a series of webinar recordings put together by ISAM Neuroscience Interest Group in collaboration with ENIGMA Addiction Working Group.
Webinar 1: International Network on Neuroscience for Addiction Medicine
ISAM Webinar Series on COVID-19 and Substance Use Disorders: : A Global Perspective on Challenges and Solutions
As you all know, the current COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly affected various populations globally. The International Society of Addiction Medicine (ISAM) believes that the impact of this pandemic on people struggling with Substance Use Disorders could not be overlooked.
This webinar was hosted by the HSE Health and Wellbeing Alcohol Programme as part of EU Alcohol Awareness Week.
The panel of speakers will discuss the statistics around alcohol use among adolescents and young people in Ireland and the wider environmental impacts.
This side event for the 65th Commission on Narcotic Drugs was originally presented on 14 March, 2022. Organised by INPUD, it was co-sponsored by Médecins du Monde, UNAIDS, UNODC HIV/AIDS Section, the Netherlands and Australia.
Objective: to explore wastewater analysis as a methodology contributing to EU preparedness and response
Background: COVID-19 has raised the attention of Europe, and globally, on the importance of readiness towards potential emergencies. Improved and innovative monitoring methodologies are at the core of the research-based actions taken to respond to potential threats.
This presentation explored a co-design process that was implemented in clinical services in metropolitan Australia from 2019-2022.
This webinar explored the provision of smoking cessation treatments, including e-cigarettes, in the context of primary care.
It provided an overview of investigations into how smoking cessation treatment provision in the UK could be improved – and the roles prescription e-cigarettes may play – to further reduce the prevalence of smoking and meet England’s smoke-free 2030 target (≤ 5% smoking prevalence).
Every child has a right to a life free from harm within a community that supports them and their family to thrive.
But does every child get to experience these rights?
This webinar highlights findings from SAMHSA’s guide titled, Implementing Community-Level Policies to Prevent Alcohol Misuse, which explores evidence-based, community-level strategies to prevent alcohol misuse.
This month on November 9th, 2022, the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) DDR Partners meeting offered a discussion on quality assurance and included two presentations:
This webinar presented the latest global and regional trends in the use of opioid analgesics and explore issues related to availability.
Around the world the consumption of opioid analgesics has been increasing, yet millions of people still die in pain every year, including children, mostly in poor countries, but also in rural areas in developed countries.
This Webinar examines a new model of couples treatment for addiction.
The model includes new aspects in the treatment, related to relationship reparation/ forgiveness and aspects of Emotionally-focused couple therapy.
ISSUP Ukraine and ITTC-Ukraine jointly held an initiative dedicated to the ongoing war and the horrific events that resulted from Russian's attack on Ukraine. Ukrainians are currently experiencing extremely traumatic events that will have a direct impact on their mental health for a long time to come.
This virtual presentation is sponsored by the Southeast ATTC Regional Center and will focus on supporting the education and skill development of providers who work with people with substance use disorders (SUDS) by integrating mindfulness practices and techniques.
How to Inform Policy and Decision Makers About Evidence-Based Substance Use Policy and Prevention.
Originally held on September 6, 2022, this webinar focuses on questions from new researchers and international researchers looking to expand their work.
Funding, publishing, policymaking, and advocacy are discussed.
THe presenters for the session were Susana Henriques, from The Open University, Portugal, and Roger Peters, from the University of South Florida.
Watch the video of the SHAAP/SARN 'Alcohol Occasionals' webinar, held over Zoom on 20 April 2022: "Youth drinking in decline: Implications for policy and practice" by Dr Inge Kersbergen and Dr Laura Fenton from The University of Sheffield.
Watch the video of the SHAAP/SARN 'Alcohol Occasionals' webinar, held over Zoom on 23 May 2022: "Navigating the complexity of harm and care: a qualitative study of self-harm and alcohol use" by Dr Amy Chandler and Annie Taylor from the University of Edinburgh.
Watch the video of the SHAAP/SARN 'Alcohol Occasionals' webinar, held over Zoom on 21 June 2022:
"‘I’m just getting the impression I have to sort myself out’: How people with co-occurring heavy alcohol use and depression describe the care they receive in a fragmented health system - a qualitative study" by Dr Kat Jackson & Dr Amy O’Donnell from Newcastle University.
Prevention Talks is a new online discussion hosted by APSI with speakers who will explore some of the current issues and their potential impact on prevention research and practice.
In this webinar, the speakers discuss the role of peer support in treatment: the latest on research and practice.
In this webinar, the speakers take a look at the social and economic factors influencing addiction (particularly injecting drug use), and its impact on particularly disadvantaged groups, such as young people transitioning from out of home care and the long-term unemployed.
In this webinar, the speakers take a look at substance use among young people, focusing on the 'crossover' of children at the nexus of the youth justice and child protection systems, and the implications of caregiver substance abuse in children's involvement in the system.