The Symposium will showcase the wide variety and depth of research and programs at NDARC, as well as highlight the work of our peer organisations, facilitate dynamic discussions, and provide opportunities to create new connections.
The Society of Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) 2022 Annual Meeting may be a hybrid (part in person, part virtual) or entirely virtual, depending on how things play out in the coming months.
The event will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland from the 2-5th of March 2022.
Abstract submissions will open on July 7, 2021, and will close on August 11, 2021.
A discussion about the challenges and opportunities of doing substance use research during the global pandemic
About this event
Join the SUAB team, and our international colleagues for our last webinar of the academic year on July 13th at 1pm (UK time) where we discuss the challenges, opportunities and learning from the past 15 months of the global pandemic.
A randomised, double-blind study investigating the relationship between early childhood trauma and the rewarding effects of morphine
Experiences of childhood trauma (abuse and neglect) are disproportionately higher in those with opioid use disorder (OUD).
Childhood trauma may affect the reinforcing and rewarding properties of opioid drugs and responses to pain, potentially via developmental changes to the endogenous opioid system. This has been supported by preclinical research, yet this has not been investigated in non-addicted humans.
Association for Multidisciplinary Education and Research in Substance use and Addiction (AMERSA) Conference
AMERSA 2021 features an exciting multidisciplinary line-up of engaging speakers and 100+ presentations, including oral abstract sessions, a live poster session and interactive skills-based workshops.
Full conference registration includes access to a matched mentor/mentee session, SIG meetings and member-coordinated extra-curricular activities such as morning Peloton sessions, yoga and a book club.
The ESSD was founded in 1990 as an association of European social scientists working on drug issues. Its principal aims are to promote social science approaches to drug research, particularly support qualitative and novel research methods, and encourage early career researchers.
The ESSD holds annual conferences to promote collaboration and cooperation among researchers working in the drugs field.
Join hosts Drs William Miller, Goodman Sibeko and team, for a discourse on Motivational Interviewing research in Africa. How successful have we been in training competent practitioners and what have we learned in the process?
This Webinar is the third of a series focussed on Motivational Interviewing in Africa.