International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol & Other Drugs (INEBRIA) is an international network, primarily consisting of researchers, and importantly also including policymakers, practitioners and other stakeholders interested in the potential of brief interventions in health and other settings to reduce the problems caused by alcohol and other drug use.
Prescription opioids are involved in 40% of all deaths from opioid overdose in the United States and are often the first opioids encountered by individuals with opioid use disorder.
The European Psychiatric Association Congress in 2019 is guided by the Congress motto, Psychiatry in Transition – Towards New Models, Goals and Challenges.
The UCL Centre for Behaviour Change (CBC), in collaboration with the UCL Institute for Digital Health, is delighted to confirm its fifth behaviour change conference.
The 5th annual CBC conference will invite academia and industry to present on health-related behaviour using digital/not digital and hybrid technologies.
Improving Outcomes in the Treatment of Opioid Dependence (IOTOD) is an educational initiative that aims to improve opioid dependence healthcare through a variety of programmes
The 2019 CASEL Conference will provide the opportunity for multiple generations of stakeholders to engage in cross-disciplinary conversations that catalyze new partnerships and drive action. The learning agenda will explore cutting-edge science, practice, and policy.
With generous support from Alcohol Research UK, the purpose of the day is to encourage the interplay and exchange of knowledge and ideas around the subject of drugs and alcohol. Speakers will be provocative and challenge received wisdoms with counter narratives.
A continuing professional development conference on addiction, highlighting integrated treatment practices that providers are using internationally today.
The event will bring together a wide range of academics, researchers and practitioners to join discussions on the most innovative developing research and trending topics in the specialties of mental health, behavioural health, addiction and recovery.