The 2016 United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) on the World Drug Problem set the tone for the drug policy reform debate but moving forward, many fear that this tone will be lost. In this 3-day course, we will explore questions such as:
The second annual DRNS conference, supported by the Society for the Study of Addiction, will focus on the knowledge, skills and issues relevant to the future of drugs research in Scotland and the rest of the UK.
Research suggests methamphetamine use is higher amongst Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders compared to non-Indigenous Australians.
There has been a call to teach young people social and emotional skills alongside the academic curriculum in schools. Schools are required to promote wellbeing and foster a safe and nourishing environment that caters to the broad range of needs of all students.
The International Conference on Alcohol Labeling brings together political and industry experts and stakeholders to discuss alcohol labelling.
The conference aims to encourage the European Commission (EC) and the Parliament to align alcoholic beverages with other food products by introducing legislation for obligatory ingredients or nutritional information listing on alcoholic beverages.
Alcohol Evidence in Policy & Practice 2019: 6th Annual Course for Practitioners, Policymakers, Advocates & Researchers
This year’s course will feature inputs from Prof. Annie Britton from University College London, Prof. Mark Petticrew from LSHTM, and Dr. Mark Robinson from NHS Health Scotland, as well as Colin Angus (University of Sheffield), Prof. Carol Emslie (Glasgow Caledonian University), Dr. Nathan Critchlow (University of Stirling), Colin Shevills (Balance North East) and Katherine Severi (Institute of Alcohol Studies).
The Substance Use and Associated Behaviours (SUAB) research group at Manchester Metropolitan University invites you to the third Free SUAB Seminar focused on Policy and Substance Use.
With keynote speakers: