ICUDDR

Reunião do ICUDDR – Consórcio Internacional de Universidades com representantes de Universidades e do Governo Brasileiro

O Freemind, entidade anfitriã da ISSUP no Brasil, durante o 6º Congresso Internacional Freemind, reuniu participantes de várias universidades brasileiras e representantes do Governo Federal para apresentar o Consórcio Internacional de Universidades para a Redução da Demanda de Drogas – ICUDDR, que faz parte da ISSUP Global e é muito importante para que se possa incentivar a pesquisa dentro das Universidades nesta área de drogadição.

Duas edições da Revista Freemind são entregues à Senapred

No último dia 24 de fevereiro, Paulo Martelli – Coordenador Nacional da Mobilização Freemind e Presidente da ISSUP Brasil, em visita à Secretaria Nacional de Cuidados e Prevenção às Drogas entregou ao Dr. Quirino Cordeiro Junior as duas últimas edições da Revista Freemind, lançadas no final do ano e 2020 e no início do ano de 2021.

UTC Academic Adaptation & The Shift to Online Training

Washington, D.C.,

Details of our upcoming webinar on academic adaptation of the Universal Treatment Curricula (UTC) and shifting to online training.

February 25th at 8AM EST

Presented by:
Verna Felipe, MA, ICAP I
Maria Isabel Melgar, MA, PhD
Jayvee S. Aquino RN, ICAP II, RC

The 2021 ICUDDR Virtual Conference- Call for Proposals

The 2021 ICUDDR Virtual Conference will be held July 20 & 21, 2021. At this time, we are seeking proposals for this online event. Deadline is February 26, 2021. Call for Proposals ICUDDR is soliciting proposals for presentations at our annual conference which will be held online. We have two categories for which you can submit a proposal. Please keep in mind our mission, goals, and theme when submitting your proposal. Mission: The International Consortium

Overview of University-based Academic Programmes in Addiction Studies in Africa

Citation
Amalie Lososová, Kimberly A. Johnson, William Sinkele, Isidore Silas Obot & Michal Miovský (2020) Overview of university-based academic programs in addiction studies in Africa, Journal of Substance Use, DOI: 10.1080/14659891.2020.1779830
Publication Date

Abstract

Aim: The aim was to map and describe the university-based addiction studies programs in Africa, as part of continuing international research.

Methods: The study was conducted in 2016–2017. The first phase was based on Google and literature search of academic programs through pre-defined keywords. The second phase consisted of an in-depth analysis of characteristics of the identified programs.