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Addiction treatment in India: Legal, ethical and professional concerns reported in the media

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Joseph S, Hemalatha K. Addiction treatment in India: Legal, ethical and professional concerns reported in the media. Indian J Med Ethics. 2021 Oct-Dec;VI(4):306-313. doi: 10.20529/IJME.2021.030. PMID: 34666979.
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Abstract: As per the Magnitude of Substance Use in India 2019 survey report, over 57 million of the Indian population is in need of professional help for alcohol use disorders and around 7.7 million for opioid use disorders.

Universal Treatment Curriculum in Tamil (C-1 & 2)

Mangalore, India (Onine Live sessions), India,

Ecolink Institute is  organizing an online training on Universal Treatment Curriculum on Substance Use Disorder in Tamil language for the Tamil speaking SUD practitioners around the glove, especially from Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, and India. Initially, the course is limited to only Curriculum 1 & 2 and the full course may be offered in future. Global Trainer, Dr.Thirumagal V will be the key resource person.

India/Nagaland: ‘Culture of acceptance responsible for substance abuse’

By Menuse-O Max Khieya, first published in the Eastern Mirror Nagaland on Sunday, March 14, 2021 Sechü-Zubza, March 14 (EMN): The additional deputy commissioner of Kohima, N Bhavani Sri, has expressed concern over the widespread abuse of substances such as alcohol and drugs due to the ‘culture of acceptance’ and called upon to devise a “role models” to stop the menace in the society. Sri was speaking at a seminar on substance abuse and treatment

WEBINAR | ISSUP India - Therapeutic Communities and Its Applications

India, India,
ISSUP India is pleased to invite you to attend a webinar on Therapeutic Communities and Its Applications. The webinar is scheduled to be present on Tuesday, Sep 8, 2020 from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm | duration 1 hour 30 minutes | (UTC+05:30) Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi.