Many providers and programs are trying to mitigate circumstances related to COVID-19. ASAM has convened the ASAM Caring for Patients During the COVID-19 (CPDC) Task Force.
This webinar focuses on the issue of self-care for addiction professionals and was delivered by ICUDDR Deputy Director Cary Hopkins Eyles.
Many of us are drawn to work in the field of substance use disorders due to our history, family, and personal traits, such as compassion and empathy. While these can be great assets, they can also be detrimental to us personally.
Introduction: Polysubstance use is a prevalent substance use pattern with adverse effects on psychological distress and diminished treatment outcomes. Although polysubstance use often dominates clinical practice, the trajectories of substance use and psychological distress in the initial phase of treatment have been subject to few empirical investigations.
Neuroscientist Nora Volkow, director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse at the NIH, applies a lens of addiction to the obesity epidemic.
NAATP National is one of the most important, engaging, and influential conferences in our industry.
This leadership conference remains unique and critically important as the leading educational and networking event within the addiction treatment field.
This year’s conference will bring together four powerful segments of the system: providers, payers, policy advocates, and our national guiding agencies.
In the world of addiction, nobody faces the same journey.
Prevention, treatment and recovery is not one size fits all, and when it comes to physical, mental and behavioural addictions, breaking the stigma is essential.
At the Australian & New Zealand Addiction Conference, you have access to the latest research, projects and strategies to help meet the diverse and complex needs of your clients.
Harvard Medical School and McLean Hospital are pleased to offer this intensive 2-day course which brings together some of the foremost authorities in the addiction field.
The Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction (CPA) annual conference provides scientific programing on cutting-edge research and clinical advances across the addiction field.
Attendees at all levels will have the opportunity to connect and exchange ideas with experts in the field while attending a variety of educational and practical sessions.
The 11th annual spring Addiction Medicine Conference to be held April 30 – May 2, 2020 in Asheville, NC, will continue to provide 3 days of in-depth exploration of addiction medicine and will include a wide range of topics combining plenary sessions and skill-building workshops, and providing opportunities for networking.