This report provides a review of the research and literature relating to structural stigma in health-care contexts, including how it affects people living with mental health and substance use issues, how it is expressed in the health-care system, and how it can be reduced.
The project is supported by Mental Health Commission of Canada.
Measurement-Based Care (MBC) is rapidly emerging as an essential component of care, treatment and services in the provision of behavioural healthcare. MBC, as an evidence-based framework, involves the use of a standardized instrument to provide an objective assessment of progress throughout the course of treatment.
The Society of Behavioural Medicine is hosting the 41st Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine in San Francisco, CA, from April 1-4, 2020.
In May 2019, the 72nd World Health Assembly endorsed the establishment of World Patient Safety Day to be observed annually on the 17th of September.
The main objective of World Patient Safety Day is to raise global awareness about patient safety and encourage global solidarity and action.
UNODC has compiled a selection of educational materials and flyers that provide information on drug dependence treatment and care.
The resource has been translated into several languages and covers topics including:
The 8th European Conference on Mental Health will take place 2nd-4th October in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK.
Abstract submission is now open!
The 2019 Cochrane Colloquium will take place in Santiago, Chile on 22 - 25 October 2019.
The Cochrane Colloquium is an annual event, bringing people together from around the world to discuss putting research into important global health questions and promoting evidence-informed health care.
Refocus on Recovery 2019 aims to advance the field of recovery research and to create an international community of influence.
This website offers resources developed from a two-year research programme on end of life care for people with alcohol and other drug problems. The research programme was the first of its kind to explore current practice and service experience from a range of perspectives.