Teresa González santos

Es de suma  importancia para los profesionales de la salud contar con alternativas de atención en adicciones, pues en la actualidad se presentan riesgos para el consumo en grado de adicción en todos los espacios que integran nuestra sociedad y en los que sin duda participamos todos y todas.

Juan amilcar Chan Méndez
Buen día grupo. Estoy indagando sobre información del manejo de drogas en adolescentes, en sus respectivos países.
Nancy Genoveva Puentes Montes

Hablar de salud mental puede resultar incómodo, incluso entre el personal de salud. Acostumbrados a la rutina, a protocolos y largas entrevistas necesarias para el expediente, dejamos ir aspectos útiles para ofrecer un diagnóstico.

Nancy Genoveva Puentes Montes

En mi experiencia, hablar de crianza positiva puede ser un tema delicado para tratar con los padres y madres de familia. En México (y seguramente en todos los países) los padres tienden a sentirse amenazados cuando las palabras "Estilos de crianza" son mencionadas.

Jo Rivas

Colombo Plan busca Project Manager área Prevención para su oficina de Latino América y el Caribe.

Requisitos y calificaciones mínimas:

World Drug Report Survey 2020

UNODC has launched a new survey to collect feedback on the World Drug Report.

The objective of this survey is to maintain the relevance of the World Drug Report by understanding how it is used and the extent to which it fulfils the needs and expectations of its readers.

The deadline for submission is the 21st of September.

Socios ISSUP podrán asistir a las reuniones científicas del Grupo de Adicciones de la Sociedad de Neurología, Psiquiatría y Neurocirugía, Chile

La Sociedad de Neurología, Psiquiatría y Neurocirugía de Chile, es la organización patrocinante del capítulo chileno de ISSUP y es una de las sociedades científicas más importantes del país.

Hace unos días tuvimos reuniones con el Presidente de SONEPSYN, Dr. Lientur Taha y con el Dr. Mario Hitschfeld, coordinador del Grupo de Trabajo de Adicciones de la sociedad. Ambos reafirmaron su apoyo al capítulo chileno de ISSUP e invitaron a los socios a participar de sus actividades.

Además, con el fin de estrechar lazos entre los socios de ambas organizaciones y aportar al proceso de formación continua de profesionales a fines al ámbito de las adicciones y su prevención, SONEPSYN ha abierto la posibilidad de que los socios de ISSUP puedas asistir a las reuniones virtuales del Grupo de Trabajo de Adicciones. Esta reunión mensual es coordinada por el doctor , quien además es miembro de ISSUP y formó parte del directorio del capítulo chileno.  

Con mucha satisfacción los invitamos a la próxima reunión a realizarse el lunes 7 de septiembre a las 19:30 hrs. vía Zoom. Más información en la sección Knowledge Share

 

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Jose Luis Vazquez Martinez

Prevención del suicidio. Información compartida desde el Instituto Nacional de Psiquiatría "Ramón de la Fuente Muñiz", en México.

Cruz Martín del Campo, S., León Parra, B. and Angulo Rosas, E.A. (2019). What you need to know about drugs. Mexico: Youth Integration Centers.

In 2013, under the convocation of the National Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC), a group of experts in reducing the demand for drugs, several government institutions and civil society organizations met to develop the "Communicator's Guide. Information on drug use disorders." With the support of the Gonzalo Río Arronte Foundation (FGRA), it was published and published in 2014.

This year, the FGRA Addictions Committee authorized a re-election. At the time, experts from the Center for Research and Advanced Studies of the National PolytechnicInstitute (Cinvestav),Youth Integration Centers, A.C. (ICJ) and the Institute for Addiction Care and Prevention in Mexico City (IAPA) were worked on. Later, the main experts in the area reviewed and validated the information.

Epidemiological data and new thematic axes were updated, such as: new psychoactive substances, public policies, traditional and emerging challenges, gender focus on addiction care, in addition to improving its design and changing the title to facilitate its reading and make the text more exclusive.

We invite you to use it and spread it as a tool that can support your important work.

Webinar: Drug Use in Adolescents in the Pandemic Era: An Understanding of the Family Relationship

ISSUP Chile invites you to participate in a webinar on ''drug use among adolescents in pandemic times: an understanding of the relational family' to be held on 10 September 2020, from 12:00 to 13:00 (Chile time)

September 10, 2020, 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Chile time)
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Description:
The relevance of having a family perspective on the treatment of drug use among young people will be discussed.
Understanding of problematic drug use among young people is developed from a relational perspective, including drug use as an adaptive response of the family system to contextual and/or historical factors in family development. There are some considerations with the problem in the current context of family stress that the containment/confinement process has occurred, and how this has affected the problem of substance use.

Presenter:
Eduardo Nicholls Vera
Clinical and Educational Psychologist P. Catholic University of Chile
Family and Couples Therapist Chilean Institute of Family Therapy
Chilean Institute of Family Therapy (IChTF) - Family Therapy Unit in The Use of Problematic Drugs (UDRO)
Psychotherapy specialist and clinical supervisor accredited by CONAP Chile
Mg Professor in Clinical Psychology - Systemia Psychotherapy Universidad Catalica del Norte, Chile
Member of ISSUP Chile

Perception of quality of life and health status in outpatient treatment for problematic use of psychoactive substances

This study indemnifies the perception of quality of life and health status in outpatient treatment for problematic consumption of psychoactive substances, in an organization of the Civil Society of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Two predefined questionnaires were applied, Quality of Life Enjoyment and Questionnaire Satisfaction Short Form and SF36 to measure the quality of life and health status perceived by the users of the device.

Impact of pandemic on Addiction Treatment Centers in Latin America

Preliminary report of the study "Overall impact of the pandemic in the Addiction Treatment Centers of Latin America", which aims to explain the overall impact of pandemic and isolation measures in treatment centers, identify changes in demand for treatment and consumption profiles identified by institutions and, finally, systematize the main measures taken by institutions to address this context.

The study was carried out with a multicenter project. The multicenter model will be supported by each of the national chapters of the International Society of Substance Use Professionals (ISSUP) in Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador and Mexico)

The selection of treatment centers was made by means of the snowball technique within each chapter, with the questionnaire answering a total of 52 Treatment Centers.

Irene Loraine Melendez Leaños

Me parece un tema sumamente interesante, estar atentos a las recaídas y darle el seguimiento que se requiere. Involucrar a los padres o personas de confianza del joven es fundamental para una exitosa evolución. 

The CADCA model to strengthen communities globally to prevent and reduce illicit drug use in Brazil

In this webinario called "The CADCA model to strengthen communities globally to prevent and reduce illicit drug use in Brazil", CADCA and the partner non-governmental organization in Brazil - Associação Pró Comunidade Comunidade Antidrogas do Brasil - present the model of community coalitions and fundamental concepts adapted to the Brazilian reality to prevent substance use and abuse. CADCA international program manager Fátima Reynolds and the Association team including President Eliane Prado Marcondes, regional coordinator Eustazio Filho and youth committee coordinator Julia Santos presents an update of the work in Brazil developed since 2008 that encompasses in three states approximately 25 communities. This webinario is presented in Portuguese

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Collaborations between government and civil society to address substance abuse prevention

In this interesting webinar taught by Eric Siervo, Vice President of International Programs of cadca, Gustavo Ascacibar and Giovanna Vargas directors of the Peruvian organization CRESER, you will find information about the great work that has been done in Peru with the development of community coalitions with emphasis on collaborations between the government and civil society to address the prevention of substance abuse. They will talk about the CADCA model for community change, the role that coalitions play in realizing these changes and the history of the development of the coalition in Lima since 2005. Information will be provided on the definition of a municipal drug plan, its processes and products, the promotion of new municipal ordinances and review to implement improvements, as well as share the achievements of Peruvian coalitions highlighting the key elements of their success in successful collaborations with the government.

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CICAD-ISSUP Round Table on Treatment during COVID-19

Yesterday ISSUP participated in the CICAD-ISSUP round table on treatment during COVID-19. The meeting brought together ISSUP's National Chapters in Latin America as well as other professionals, experts and government representatives working in drug demand reduction in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and the United States.

The meeting was opened by Andrea Escobar, Senior Programme Officer at CICAD, who introduced the session and speakers. Brian Morales, Branch Chief, Counternarcotics at the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), provided welcome remarks and an overview of projects and activities under development in the region. ISSUP's Deputy Director, Livia Edegger, welcomed everyone and highlighted the importance of exchange of knowledge and experiences during the pandemic in the region as well as among National Chapters worldwide. 

Jimena Kalawski, Chief of CICAD’s Demand Reduction Unit, presented the recommendations of CICAD's Experts Group on Demand Reduction that were developed to ensure the care and protection of individuals currently undergoing substance use treatment. The recommendations take into account crucial issues that need to be addressed during the current pandemic, including those related to health services for people in drug treatment, those providing services to the homeless population, and health care professionals.

The round table was moderated by José Luis Vázquez, Treatment Specialist at CICAD. ISSUP's National Chapters and government officials from the region offered their feedback on the document and added their national and regional perspective to the discussion. 

We hope to publish and share the recommendations with our National Chapters and members soon.

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CICAD-ISSUP round table
Jose Luis Vazquez Martinez

Adicción es... Definiciones y descripciones del consumo y conceptos clave en la adicción

Jueves 2 de julio

 

- Dra. Ma. Elena Medina Mora

- Magister Jimena Kalawski

- Dr. José Luis Vázquez

- Dra. Daniela Flores Mosri

ISSUP Argentina - Community interventions and substance use

Community interventions and substance use.

ISSUP Argentina invites you to participate in a webinar that will address community interventions and substance use. Challenges in times of social isolation. The webinar will take place on June 22, 2020 at 10:00 hrs (Argentina time).

Therapeutic Justice. Concept and advances in addressing drug-related situations

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Event Date
City/Region/State
Buenos Aires
Country
Argentina

ISSUP Argentina invites you to participate in a webinar that will address Therapeutic Justice. Concept and advances in addressing drug-related situations. The webinar will take place on July 3, 2020 at 15:00 hrs (Argentina time).

July 3, 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 hrs (Argentina time)

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Therapeutic justice is a legal paradigm that concerns "the study of the role of the law as a therapeutic agent". The proposal is based on developing the way this paradigm is given in the field of criminal justice, family justice and capacity determination in drug-related situations. Therapeutic Justice focuses on the impact of the law on the emotional spectrum and psychological well-being of people, worrying about the psychological, emotional and human side of the law, the legal process and legal actors.

Presenters: Dr. Maria Silvia Oyhamburu and Dr. Roberto Pagés

Maria Silvia OyhamburuDr. Maria Silvia Oyhamburu
PhD from the University of Vigo; Spain, with mention Cum Laude. He has postgraduate studies in Criminology, from the University of Salamanca, Spain.      He is a Social Assistant and, a lawyer from the Faculty of Legal and Social Sciences of the National University of La Plata; Argentina.
His research has resulted in intervention programs, including "Alternative Measures to Deprivation of Liberty" and "Learning to Grow", with publications in the specialty.

She was also a Judge of Minors in Florencio Varela, Judicial Department of Quilmes, province of Buenos Aires; Argentina.
She is currently a Judge of the Chamber of Appeal and Guarantees in criminal matters, La Plata Judicial Department, province of Buenos Aires; Argentina.
He is President of the Association in Argentina of Therapeutic Justice (AATJ) and, Member of the Board of Directors of the Ibero-American Association of Therapeutic Justice (AITJ)

Dr. Roberto Pagés
Judge of the Civil Chamber, Commercial and Mining of the Judiciary of the Roberto Pages Province of San Juan; Professor of Civil Procedural Law and Forensic Practice at the Catholic University of Cuyo (headquarters of San Juan).
Vice-President of the Argentine Therapeutic Justice Association (AITJ)
Former president of the Latin American Network of Judges between 2017 and 2019.
Member and delegate by San Juan of the Argentine Association of Procedural Law
Author of books and articles published in Argentina and abroad

Event Language

Spanish

Local addiction prevention policies

Event Date
City/Region/State
Buenos Aires
Country
Argentina

ISSUP Argentina invites you to participate in a webinar that will address local policies to prevent addictions The webinar will take place on June 29, 2020 at 10:00 hrs (Argentina time).

June 29, 2020, 10:00 - 11:00 hrs (Argentina time)

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This webinar will address the development of local strategies, focusing on tools to engage civil society organizations, community leaders, scientific societies and citizen collectives.
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Joints and nets.

Presenter: Dr. Francisco Jesús Bueno Cañigral

-Licensed and Doctor of Medicine and Surgery from the University of Valencia.
Diploma in Health. Master in Health Economics and Health and Social Services Management. Master of Management and Organization of Hospitals and Health Services. Diploma in Economic Management and General Services. Diploma in Clinical Services Management. Diploma in Health Promotion.

-Professor of the Department of Medicine. Faculty of Health Sciences. CEU Cardenal Herrera University.

Event Language

Spanish