Março 2023

SRNT 2023 Annual Meeting

Location: San Antonio, Estados Unidos

SRNT 2023 is being planned as an in-person meeting. The meeting will feature all of the keynote speakers, symposia, podium sessions, poster presentations, and networking events that the SRNT community has come to know and love.

Abstracts will be accepted through December 19, 2022. 

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Submitted on Segunda-feira, 28 de Novembro de 2022 - 16:18
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Opening Doors: ensuring access for all to alcohol support

Location: Online event, hosted from Cardiff, Wales, UK, Reino Unido

Opening doors

Ensuing access for all to alcohol support

Alcohol Change UK’s national online conference

Thursday 2 March 2023

People aren’t hard to reach. We just don’t always reach them.

At this one-day event we’ll be hearing from people and communities we often fail to connect with, and learning more about how to bridge the gaps. If you’re passionate about reducing harm and improving lives, then this conference is for you.

Speakers will include

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Submitted on Segunda-feira, 14 de Novembro de 2022 - 14:52
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Collaborative Perspectives on Addiction Meeting

Location: Albuquerque, Estados Unidos

Reaching new frontiers in addiction science: bridging the gap to treatment.

CPA has always represented a tremendous opportunity to present exciting research, network with scholars with shared interests, and learn about the latest addiction psychology research.

The CPA community has steadily grown over the past decade, and we invite you to celebrate 11 years of addiction science research with us.

CPA2023 will be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, during March 23rd – 25th, 2023.

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Current Scientific Evidence About Mutual Help Groups

Location: Online

Description

This presentation summarizes the current evidence about the effectiveness of mutual help groups and the mechanisms of action in these groups, including AA, SMART, LifeRing, and WFS. AA is comparably effective to well-implemented CBT. The evidence so far suggests that the other groups are comparably effective to AA. Further studies are in progress. Similar to evidence about common factors in psychotherapy, mutual help groups appear to have common factors. Any freely chosen mutual help group appears likely to be helpful.

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Submitted on Sábado, 21 de Janeiro de 2023 - 13:57
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