In December 2021, ISSUP held an online conference that explored the meaning of ‘evidence-based practice’. This reading list includes content that was highlighted by our international speakers across the three days.
EMCDDA's best practice portal is designed to help you find practical and reliable information on what works (and what doesn’t) in the areas of prevention, treatment, harm reduction and social reintegration.
Theories are important tools in the health and social science world. However, it is important to consider how they are formed and how they inform everyday practice.
In this paper, the authors discuss the Normalisation Process Theory explains how new technologies, ways of acting, and ways of working become routinely embedded in everyday practice.
What do we mean by evidence and why does it matter?
This article, published by Drugs Research Network Scotland, discusses the hierarchy of evidence and the way evidence can be used to inform effective and efficient drug policy and practice.
The blog post explores the different types of research that exist within the evidence pyramid and highlights the reasons why evidence is helpful within our practice.
Kenya launches National Guidelines for Alcohol and Substance Use Prevention and Management in Basic Learning Institutions, 2021
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An introduction to Evidence-Based Practice for clinicians, allied health professionals and service providers working in the AOD sector
About this Event
Length: 1 hour
Workshop Goal: This module seeks to help you progress your level of knowledge in utilising evidence to facilitate evidence-based practice, and to improve patient/client outcomes.