Resources - All Webinars
Rosie Gilliver from Kirketon Road Centre presented at the 2020 NDARC Webinar Series on Thursday, 16 July 2020.
This seminar provides information on how to identify and respond to an opioid overdose, as well as how to administer Nyxoid Naloxone nasal spray in the event of overdose.
Esta es la sesión final del ciclo dedicado a proveedores de servicios de tratamiento de problemas por consumo de drogas, en Oaxca, México.
The Vienna NGO Committee on Drugs (VNGOC) and UNODC's civil society team organized a series of webinars to present and discuss the 2020 World Drug Report. The series includes webinars in English, French, Russian and Spanish.
Esta es la segunda sesión virtual, especialmente dedicada a las personas que otorgan servicios de tratamiento de problemas por consumo de drogas, en el estado de Oaxaca, en México.
This webinar provides information on deaths related to MDMA in Australia during a period when MDMA markets have undergone substantial changes, with increasing manufacture of high purity MDMA.
This seminar provides an overview of The Australian’s Drug Use: Adapting to Pandemic Threats (ADAPT) study, including some preliminary findings.
This webinar will provide an overview of the Preventure program, the evidence for the program, and provide details on undertaking training in Preventure. This webinar is targeted towards school staff, but it may also be of interest to parents, health professionals, and others with an interest in the wellbeing of adolescents.
ASAM Level of Care Certification, the first program of its kind to independently assess and verify treatment programs’ ability to deliver services consistent with Levels of Care described in The ASAM Criteria®, launched on June 1st 2020.
This session gave perticipants a brief overview of the certification and then provide an opportunity for attendees to ask detailed questions relative to the certification process.
This webinar is for teachers, parents and others who are seeking information about adolescent cannabis use and reducing cannabis-related harm. Cannabis is the most commonly used illicit drug among young people worldwide.
Implementation Science in Addiction and Criminal Justice: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice
Todd Molefenter, PhD University of Wisconsin discusses his current research on improving implementation of SUD treatment in the criminal justice system.
Fernando Salazar presenta en Prevención escolar del uso de sustancias psicoactivas - Retos en los tiempos del COVID-19.
Global Dialogue on Prevention of Substance Use Disorders (SUD) During COVID-19 Pandemic
COVID-19 presents a rapidly changing situation for families and young people. Fear and anxiety can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in especially children and teens. A few of the many things teens might turn to in stressful situation includes the use of alcohol, tobacco, or other drugs.
This presentation gives a brief summary of the meaning of evidence-based prevention, what interventions consist of, and the scope they may have. The webinar includes a review of the learnings and outcomes that both prevention practice and research have left, as well as the barriers that are imposed for the implementation of these interventions.
Integrated Response of the General Secretariat to the crisis of COVID-19 Situation Room on The Protection of Personnel.
To continue to promote health and well-being among OAS staff, our colleagues from the Inter-American Commission on Drug Abuse Control (CICAD) and the Center for Health and Welfare invite you to participate in the panel presentation on "Mental Health and Substance Abuse in the Context of Social Isolation".
Webinar on good mental health care practices in the context of COVID-19.
ISAM Webinar Series on COVID-19 and SUD: A Global Perspective on Challenges and Solutions 3rd Meeting
This webinar is the first in a series called “Supporting People With Addiction During COVID-19”, hosted by the National Academy of Medicine and the American Society for Addiction Medicine.
Matej Kosir, Director, the Utrip Research and Development Institute (UTRIP) discusses how to successfully advocate for new university programming on drug demand reduction.
En este seminario, el Sr. Morlachetti discutirá el papel de las normas y estandares de derechos humanos en la regulación y restricción de la comercialización de las bebidas alcoholicas. Además, irá discutir las obligaciones de los Estados Miembros en tomar medidas para prevenir la interferencia de los actores no estatales en el derecho a la salud.
Webinar recording: Pall Rikhardsson, Service Development Manager, ICSRA; Emmet Major, Community Liaison, Western Region Drug and Alcohol Task Force, Ireland; Samantha Menezes: Program Quality and Practice Lead - Local Drug Action Team Program at the Alcohol and Drug Foundation. Australia
Alcohol is the leading risk factor for death and disability for persons aged 15-49 throughout the world. Recent summaries of the research literature have concluded that exposure to alcohol marketing plays a causal role in whether and how much young people drink.
Caring for Patients with Chronic Pain: Perspectives from Clinicians -Opioid Collab Listening Session
The Action Collaborative on Countering the U.S. Opioid Epidemic held a web-based listening session that focused on the perspectives and experiences of clinicians caring for patients with chronic, non-cancer pain.
This is a recording of that listening session, held on March 10, 2020.
Now that clinics across the country are eligible to apply for CCBHC Expansion grants, this creates an exciting opportunity for organizations to increase access to care. Leaders are looking for ways to ensure that their organizations are able to meet the standards outlined to achieve this certification.
People who have been incarcerated are approximately 100 times more likely to die by overdose in the first two weeks after their release than the general public. Despite high rates of opioid use disorder among justice-involved individuals, evidence-based medications exist and can be successfully implemented within jails and prisons.
In this presentation, Gerry Schmidt and Diane Sevening present on the United States model of accrediting addiction studies programs.
They cover the criteria for accreditation at various degree levels and the process used to assess a university program for accreditation.