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Society for the Study of Addiction Launches Early Career Research Network

The new SSA Early Career Research Network launches on 19 May, providing a series of (initially online) events designed to support PhD students and post-doc academics through the early stages of their addiction research careers. Run by people in the early stages of their own research, this new ECR network will cover topics on grant writing, applying for fellowships, writing articles, getting published, and how to navigate the often confusing, and occasionally stressful, initial stages

Publishing Addiction Science

ICUDDR are pleased to announce that they are now opening applications for the second group of ICUDDR/ISAJE Learning Collaborative participants. ICUDDR and ISAJE began hosts this Learning Collaborative using the Publishing Addiction Science materials developed by ISAJE. The sessions are facilitated by journal editors Richard Pates, Journal of Substance Use, Ann Mitchell, Journal of Addictions Nursing, and Christine Vourakis, Journal of Addictions Nursing. The collaborative features ten 90-minute sessions beginning Tuesday, May 18th at 9:00

2021 Annual SRNT-E Conference

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SRNT-E is the European chapter of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco.

The 2021 SRNT-E conference will be organised virtually on 15-17th September 2021. 

Speakers will discuss the latest research on the following topics:

Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA) Professorship Scheme

The ‘SSA Addictions Professorship’ scheme aims to support individuals who are already senior academics with established expertise and who wish to move to become part of UK academic growth in addictions research, but who would face potential barriers in making this change without SSA-led support. Through this new four-year fellowship, they will have special support to make a career change; for example to help an already recognised overseas senior addictions ‘star’ to move to the

A US national randomized study to guide how best to reduce stigma when describing drug‐related impairment in practice and policy

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Kelly, J. F., Greene, M. C., and Abry, A. (2020) A US national randomized study to guide how best to reduce stigma when describing drug‐related impairment in practice and policy. Addiction, https://doi.org/10.1111/add.15333.
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The 2021 ICUDDR Virtual Conference- Call for Proposals

The 2021 ICUDDR Virtual Conference will be held July 20 & 21, 2021. At this time, we are seeking proposals for this online event. Deadline is February 26, 2021. Call for Proposals ICUDDR is soliciting proposals for presentations at our annual conference which will be held online. We have two categories for which you can submit a proposal. Please keep in mind our mission, goals, and theme when submitting your proposal. Mission: The International Consortium