The CWIP App brings together around 16 different datasets at the local authority and neighbourhood level, with a range of features including being able to adjust for deprivation effects using the results from linear models calculated ‘on the fly’; the ability to compare multiple different graphs side-by-side; and the possibility to create literally hundreds of thousands of possible gr
In this webinario called "The CADCA model to strengthen communities globally to prevent and reduce illicit drug use in Brazil", CADCA and the partner non-governmental organization in Brazil - Associação Pró Comunidade Comunidade Antidrogas do Brasil - present the model of community coalitions and fundamental concepts adapted to the Brazilian reality to prevent substance use and abuse.
CADCA Model for Community Change & the Development of Community Anti-Drug Coalitions in the Philippines
This webinar is presented by Eric Siervo, Vice-President of International Programs of CADCA, Dr. Raquel Tolentino, Chairman and Ms. Rhodora Agoncillo, Secretary of the Association of Anti-Drug Abuse Coalitions of the Philippines Inc. Session objectives include an in-depth overview on CADCA Model for Community Change and how it has been adapted to the context of the Philippines to create and maintain safe, healthy and drug-free communities.
Quality mentoring, good planning, and hard work, along with a favourable environment, are some of the elements that combine to create a successful career.
The model brotherhood of Cadca and the practitioners of the EE are named after the first Ofsted in the city of Karaganda, Republic of Kazakhstan
This webinar is conssued by the consecration of the model in the name of Caddc socialism, and by the oral realization of this model in the city of Karaganda, Republic of Kazakhstan.
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In this interesting webinar taught by Eric Siervo, Vice President of International Programs of cadca, Gustavo Ascacibar and Giovanna Vargas directors of the Peruvian organization CRESER, you will find information about the great work that has been done in Peru with the development of community coalitions with emphasis on collaborations between the government and civil society to address the prevention of substance abuse.
The ICUDDR 2020 Virtual Conference took place on the 13th-15th of July.
You can find recordings of the panel presentations and links to the posters that were displayed during the conference poster session.
This knowledge questionnaire has been developed by the EMCDDA as part of its initiative to increase access to hepatitis C care through drug services. The main aims of the knowledge questionnaire are:
The opioid epidemic has resulted in significant increases in Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) among people who inject drugs, accounting for 23% of new infections. HCV is completely curable and testing and treatment are the path to cure. Opioid Treatment Providers (OTPs) play a critical role in comprehensive approaches to addressing HCV and this guide is one tool to help.
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.
On Friday 6 March 2020, the SSA sponsored a one-day conference on conducting qualitative addiction research.
The resulting videos were released weekly during June and July 2020 and provide a useful resource for any qualitative addictions researcher looking to develop their skills and careers.
Webinar: Accessibility, equity and quality of mental health services in the context of the pandemic and post-pandemic
ISSUP Argentina invites you to a webinar that will address the accessibility, equity and quality of mental health services in the context of the pandemic and post-pandemic. The webinar will take place on 3 August 2020 at 18:00 (Argentina time).
3 August 2020, 18:00 – 19:00 (Argentina time)
Youth and young adults are bombarded with media depicting substances in a positive light, increasing the likelihood that they will use alcohol and other drugs.
Building skills in youth and young adults to critically analyse media messages may help reduce the impact of the pro-substance messages on youth and young adults.
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.
Emerging Issues Around COVID-19 and Social Determinants of Health for the Substance Use Prevention, Treatment and Recovery Workforces.
The Advanced Level UTC series is a set of courses, which offers a specialised training provision that aims to provide an in-depth continuing education with the latest information and skills-based activities to further enhance the capacity of the treatment workforce and standardise the quality of care and services they provide for their clients.
The Basic Level UTC series consists of eight courses that cover the broad spectrum of treatment for substance use disorders. The content and methodology of the UTC training series are designed to ensure that addiction practitioners develop a balanced perspective of the principles relating to both the science and art of treatment.
The UPC Coordinators Series provides a 288-hour training programme for prevention coordinators, managers, and students/trainees whose role includes, or will include coordination and supervision of the implementation of prevention interventions and/or policies. The content is organised within the following nine courses: