The Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs is excited to welcome you to the 2019 APSAD conference. The event will take place in Hobart, a place that has benefited from surprising developments driven by locals.
The first professional conference on contemporary approaches and models of work on addiction prevention with children and youth in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Challenges and perspectives in the field of addiction prevention will be held on 26th and 27th of June 2019 in Sarajevo.
9th-20th December 2019
This course is an excellent opportunity to enhance your understanding and skills in the field of global mental health. The course takes place annually at Sangath, Goa, India, and it welcomes participants from across the world to share their experiences and learn collaboratively. SANGATH is now welcoming applications for this year's course.
This year, our 4th iCAAD Paris day-conference will address the central theme of addiction and identity.
An opening Keynote and debate will be followed with 9 Master Classes covering important and relevant topics when treating addictive disorders beyond the addiction.
Optimal-ICAAD is a platform dedicated to expanding knowledge, exchanging ideas, advancing wellbeing and the prevention and treatment of Behavioural, Mental, and Emotional Health issues.
This year, iCAAD 2019 is about the realisation of challenging times both at a collective and an individual level.
The internet is full of misinformation about recreational drugs - both legal and illegal.
Dr Suzi Gage, a psychologist interested in understanding associations between substance use and mental health, tackles one substance per episode - providing information about what we know - the harms, but also potential benefits of these substances.
Alcohol misuse in the UK armed forces is more than double than that of the general population, yet many of those who drink at harmful levels do not seek help. Preliminary research has shown how effective digital technologies can be used as a health intervention.
Smoke Signals: what does legalised cannabis mean for mental health?
Chaired by: Ian Hamilton, University of York