This webinar provided attendees with information about:
- What problem gambling is, its symptoms and impacts
- Link between drug use (including methamphetamine use) and gambling
This article explains new research on the epigentics of addiction in layman's terms.
The purpose of the report provided here is to assess drug education needs in Georgia and, specifically, to reveal the gaps on the different levels of the system of education (public schools, universities’ relevant Bachelor’s and Master’s courses, the system of lifelong education for teachers, school psychologists, addictologists, journalists, etc.), as well as in the service-providing organisations.
Wednesday, October 14 at 12noon EST / 17 Greenwich time
AN Journal Club Meeting
Join IntNSA for the on-line Journal Club on Wednesday, October 14 at 12noon EST / 17 Greenwich time. The Journal Club will be discussing the article:
Nurse Counseling as Part of a Multicomponent Tobacco Treatment Intervention: An Integrative Review [authors: Keller, Kristin G.; Lach, Helen W], 07/09/2020 Vol. 31 Issue 3.
The International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA) will run its first-ever Virtual Educational Conference between October 4 through October 31.
Join ICUDDR for Richard Pates' excellent series on Publishing Addiction Science Research.
The last series was a big success and several students published their work as a result. The series will be held twice a month for 3 months and each participant is asked to submit a work to be edited.
When: October 19th 8AM EDT / 1PM BST
'PhD: addicted to research' is a podcast created by PhD students funded by the Society for the Study of Addiction and is for anyone doing a PhD or thinking about doing a PhD.
The presenters of the podcast are all at different stages of their studies, from starting off to writing up, and will release a podcast every 2 weeks.