public health

Line Up Live Up

Published by
UNODC

Sport can be a powerful tool to engage communities and prevent crime, violence and drug use among youth. As part of the Doha Declaration Global Programme, UNODC’s Youth Crime Prevention through Sport initiative has developed “Line Up Live Up”, an evidence-informed, sport-based life skills training for youth that aims to increase resilience to crime, violence and drug use among young people.

Alcohol and the Coronavirus Pandemic: Individual, Societal and Policy Perspectives

Published by
Movendi International
Publication Date

The report “Alcohol and the coronavirus pandemic: individual, societal and policy perspectives” is the latest research publication in the series “Alcohol and Society” that has been published since 2013 to annually collate the latest evidence about alcohol’s harm on people and society.

Brain Builder Learning Cards: Adverse Childhood Experiences

Created by
CCSA

This resource presents five concepts critical to understanding adverse childhood experiences and their impact on brain development and health.

The concepts are part of the Brain Story and include:

  1. brain architecture 
  2. serve-and-return interactions
  3. toxic stress,
  4. air traffic control (executive function)
  5. resilience.

This resource is intended for commercial printing.

National Addiction Leadership Conference

Denver,

NAATP National is one of the most relevant, engaging, and influential conferences in our industry. This leadership conference remains unique and critically important as the leading educational and networking event within the addiction treatment field. 

Let's Talk E-cigarettes

Created by
University of Oxford

Since coming on the market over a decade ago, e-cigarettes have divided opinion. A team of Oxford researchers are searching for new e-cigarette studies every month.

In this podcast, Dr Jamie Hartmann-Boyce and Dr Nicola Lindson talk about what has been found, and how this changes what we know about e-cigarettes. 

Street Drugs Discussions: Evidence and E-Cigarette Use in England

Online,

Since E-Cigarette use has been widespread, and often touted as a harm reduction, many of us will have wondered the truth about vaping, it's benefits and it's harms. Dr Sharon Cox of University College London takes us through the key evidence.

Hosted in Professor Chris Chandler of London Metropolitan University this webinar will explore:

Prevention Nuggets

Created by
Applying Prevention Science International
APSI's Prevention Nuggets will address topics on prevention science and practice, etiology models, critical theories, ethics, environments for prevention, and many other issues fundamental to evidence-based prevention practice.