Effective note-taking is a useful skill for any student participating in an academic study.
Note-taking can help with efficient information processing and retention.
This webinar explored how regulations put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19 are inadvertently contributing to an increasingly toxic illegal drug supply and how this shift has both increased health harms and created policy opportunities. Presentations highlighted different perspectives, including systems-level epidemiology data, findings from a local drug checking program and experiences shared by people who use drugs.
Motivational Interviewing & Beyond Live Webinars
A bad experience can be the best teacher.
Joel Porter, Steve Rollnick, Russell Calderwood, David Rosengren & others discuss the importance of learning from experience and language in working with people in the classroom, therapy office and playing field.
How much are people drinking while staying at home during the COVID-19 pandemic? Are Canadians drinking more alcohol than usual and, if so, are they doing it more often? This webinar explored alcohol use during the pandemic, drawing on the results of a survey and polls commissioned by CCSA in spring 2020. The presentation highlighted resources to assist in reducing risks related to alcohol use during COVID-19.
This webinar explored underlying issues with substance use disorders and helped attendees to understand their complexity and treatment from an evidence-based lens. It also focused on the impacts of COVID-19, withdrawal considerations and advancements in the delivery of care during these uncertain times, including the Rapid Access to Addiction Medicine model.
Quelles quantités d’alcool sont bues pendant le confinement lié à la pandémie de COVID-19? Les Canadiens boivent-ils plus d’alcool qu’à l’habitude et, si oui, le font-ils plus souvent? Les présentateurs ont abordé la consommation d’alcool pendant la pandémie et ont notamment discuté des résultats de sondages commandés par le CCDUS au printemps 2020.
The Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network, the Center for Excellence on Protected Health Information (CoE-PHI), the National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers, and the Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT) at the University of Nevada - Reno (UNR) partnered to develop this new top tips series.
Taking care of your health is important no matter what you do for a living. But when it comes to AOD work it’s all the more important. Working in the AOD sector can be very rewarding but the passion and dedication that drives many who work in AOD sector can potentially lead to stress, burnout and even ‘compassion fatigue’ if not accompanied by solid self-care strategies.
Normes internationales sur la prévention de la consommation de drogues Second Updated Edition (disponible en anglais)
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has launched a redesigned series of booklets geared towards educating middle school students about substance use.
The Mind Matters series is a valued resource for tens of thousands of teachers. Each booklet is devoted to a specific drug or drug group.
Here, you can view the early career posters that were presented as part of the APA 2020 Virtual Convention.
You can view each poster by clicking the link next to the researcher's name.
The effect of psychoactive substances on the human body has it’s gender differences. For example, alcohol dependence is a growing problem among women. Predisposition to alcoholism is higher in women primarily due to structural and physiological differences, they are more likely experience adverse effects, faster than men develop addiction to alcohol.
Affective disorders, or mood disorders, are often diagnosed in people who use or are addicted to psychoactive substances. Symptoms of substance use disorder can mimic symptoms of both depression and mania. For example, acute alcohol intoxication or stimulant intoxication can cause symptoms of mania or hypomania, and withdrawal symptoms often manifest with dysphoria and depression.
The South Africa HIV Addiction Technology Transfer Centre (ATTC) is funded by the United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAHMSA), and forms part of the group of international ATTC’s, an extension of the US-based domestic ATTC network.
COVID-19, along with associated restrictions, has and continues to impact on the access to and provision of health care services. This talk hones in on the impact on services for substance use disorders, presenting new insights arising from current research.
ISSUP Chile invites you to participate in a webinar on ''drug use among adolescents in pandemic times: an understanding of the relational family' to be held on 10 September 2020, from 12:00 to 13:00 (Chile time)
In the shadow of COVID-19, telehealth has been pushed to the forefront of service delivery. Everyone is working rapidly to establish quality telehealth systems to replace face-to-face therapeutic encounters with clients.
Through an overview of the contemporary evidence on methamphetamine use and psychosis, this clinically-focused webinar will provide participants with the opportunity to develop an understanding of how best to assess and manage individuals presenting with this significant problem.
Integrating Wellness into Substance Use Disorder Prevention: Multi-Risk Behavior Interventions: Recorded Webinar
- Explain the need for and benefits of integrating wellness promotion into substance use prevention.
- Describe a marketing-related conceptual model and steps for creating integrated prevention with wellness content, programs and campaigns.
- Explore evidence-based resources for providing prevention with wellness programs.
Length: 60 minutes
Goal: To gain knowledge and confidence to implement the program to youth with fidelity and efficacy.
Length: 60 minutes
View recorded webinar: https://youtu.be/dWpudV6mlKU