Policy and evidence- more than a marriage of convenience.
Researchers are increasingly expected to show that their work is policy relevant. What does that meant? What else are researchers competing with? Are there any rules that will help to be more sure that evidence based results catches the eye of policy makers?
This session will give you a realistic picture of:
As the premiere prevention research conference, the SPR Annual Meeting provides a unique opportunity to advance the vision of SPR by providing a centrally integrated forum for the exchange of new concepts, methods, and results from prevention research and related public health fields; and by providing a forum for the communication between scientists, public policy leaders and practitioners concerning the implementation of evidence-based preven
Practice-driven Conceptual and Organizational Framework for Promoting the Adoption and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices
Presenter: Laurie Krom, Director Network Coordinating Office Technology Transfer Centers
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 Nordic Alcohol and Drug Policy Network (NordAN) was established in September 2000 as a network of non-governmental, voluntary organisations. Their aim is to reduce the consumption of alcohol and other drugs and support restrictive alcohol and drug policy.