addiction

Master’s Program in Addiction Policy and Practice

Georgetown Announces Master’s Program in Addiction Policy and Practice. The new program seeks to build a national policy workforce to respond to one of the most untreated chronic health conditions in the United States. Georgetown University’s new Master's Program in Addiction Policy and Practice is a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary course of study that seeks to build a national policy workforce to respond to one of the most untreated chronic health conditions in the United States –

Rapid Access to Addiction Medicine and Withdrawal Options

Created by
CCSA

 

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.

Online Training- Families and Substance Use

Course: Families and substance use: the impact of hidden harm, trauma and protective factors An online training course, delivered via Zoom. The training will take place over two days and four separate sessions, lasting two and a half hours each. These will take place on: Monday 28th September : 9.30am - 12 noon Monday 28th September: 1.00pm - 3.30pm Tuesday 29th September: 9.30am - 12 noon Tuesday 29th September: 1.00pm - 3.30pm By the end

ICATT: Indonesian Consortium of Addiction Technology Transfer, SEA-HATTC’s Expansion of New Learning Community, Building Capacity, and Solving the Shortage of Mental Health and Addiction Workforce

Author: Eduardo Renaldo & Eva Suryani Mental health is a global problem. Mental health personnel faces critical challenges in delivery of care particularly in remote areas. Given the uneven knowledge/skill development and geographic spread of regional providers, The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) as one of the agencies within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services aim to effectively target substance abuse and mental health services to the people most in

SSA Conference and PhD Symposium

Online,

SSA's Conference and PhD Symposium will go ahead this year.

Booking is now open. Due to the ongoing pandemic our Conference will be delivered online.

SSA Qualitative Methods Series

Created by
SSA

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.

Society for the Study of Addiction Qualitative Methods Series

In a new series to promote interest in, and understanding of, qualitative addiction research, SSA will upload one video every week from the recent qualitative methods conference. This series will provide a useful resource for qualitative addictions researchers, and will feature interviews and lectures from four leading UK-based researchers. Find out more here.