Tune into CCSA's Facebook page February 26th at 8am EST for The Evidence on #Edibles, a special Facebook Live event.
CCSA will be live streaming a panel discussion about Canada's upcoming cannabis edible legalisation.
The Department of Social Policy, Sociology and Criminology invites you to the second event in the Birmingham Criminology Seminar Series.
The 5th Australian & New Zealand Addiction Conference will be held at the Sea World Resort Conference Centre, Gold Coast on Monday 13 May – Wednesday 15 May 2019.
This annual conference offers a two-day educational program of speakers and a half day of workshops.
The Journal of Addiction has released its latest podcast which summarises the contents of the journal's February edition.
There are decades’ worth of evidence from around the world to guide us; we need to follow it. Given the importance of the issue, I say let’s do all interventions that have shown promising results. But what does this mean for drug use in Maldives?
While understanding the complexities of drug use within a society is not easy, we still can make a couple of general statements.
This conference focuses on the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities for any nurse who cares for persons with substance use, abuse and addictions. Providing patient centered care through prevention, screening, treatment and recovery services is best brought about when interdisciplinary teams work together to accomplish effective and successful patient care outcomes.
How Can We Demonstrate the Public Value of Evidence-Based Policy Making when Government Ministers Declare that the People ‘Have Had Enough of Experts’?
Recent political campaigns on both sides of the Atlantic have led some to argue that we live in the age of ‘post-factual’ or ‘post-truth’ politics, suggesting evidence has a limited role in debate and public policy. How can we demonstrate the public value of evidence-informed debate under those circumstances?