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Evolution of SerD intervention between new needs and early approach

Changes in phenomena are now a "mantra" when it comes to harmful consumption and addictions.

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Let's talk about Alcohol again. Comparison between professionals on therapeutic pathways and proposals for the future

Although alcohol is the direct and indirect cause of a very high number of deaths every year, and can lead to serious social and mental consequences in those who abuse it, the social attitude towards it maintains alarming spaces of "availability".

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Specialist course in addiction and psychiatric pathologies clinic

The training course aims to represent a moment of reflection and in-depth study on the relationship between the different types of disorder from the use of psychoactive substances and psychopathological clinical frameworks. Substance use disorder (SUD) is very common among young patients with schizophrenia. It can precede or follow the onset of psychotic symptoms or the onset of both may coincide. The comorbility of schizophrenia

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Current events of DSM 5 on addictions and personality disorders

DSM 5 represented a substantial evolution in the taxonomy of psychiatric pathology and was the product of intense scientific and cultural work that found several moments of great debate, from the abolition of the diagnosis of addiction with the replacement to it of the diagnosis of substance use disorder, to the attempt to propose a new classification of personality disorders , then not yet well tested and such that DSM 5 built two chapters first reviewing the old approach and then proposing

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HVC training path: activities of SerD and the hospital-territory network

Webinar: HCV elimination plans for substance users: where are we? A focus on evidence

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