Resources - All Webinars
Participants will review major social and biological factors of adolescent development and implications for ways to approach substance use prevention/intervention.
This presentation focussed on the strategies used by alcohol marketers to promote their products, impending trends in alcohol distribution, effective approaches for messaging about alcohol-related harms, and public support for a range of alcohol control policies.
Presented by Kristin Waite-Labott, RN, BSN, CARN; April Lynn Lenzmeier, RN, DNP; Rachel Shuster, BSN, RN, CARN, CAAP. The American Nurses Association estimates that six to eight percent of nurses use alcohol or drugs to an extent that is sufficient to impair professional performance. Others estimate that nurses generally misuse drugs and alcohol at nearly the same rate (10 to 15 percent) as the rest of the population.
Presenter: Dr. Richard Pates, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Editor in Chief, Journal of Substance Use
A UNODC drug use prevention initiative that promotes the well-being of children and youth, their families and their communities. Presenter: Jenny Roston Lundstrom, Coordinator - UNODC PTRS
Watch the research presentations on alcohol-related violence and deprivation by Lucy Bryant (Institute of Alcohol Studies, IAS) and Dr Carly Lightowlers (University of Liverpool), delivered at the SHAAP/SARN 'Alcohol Occasionals' webinar held over Zoom on 30 March 2021.
Watch the video of the SHAAP/SARN 'Alcohol Occasionals' webinar presentation, held over Zoom on 31 March 2022: "Minimum Unit Pricing (#MUP): Qualitative study of the experiences of homeless drinkers, street drinkers and service providers", by Dr Elena Dimova (Glasgow Caledonian University).
This presentation explored the who, how and why of non-opioid prescription drug misuse focusing on antipsychotics, stimulants and pregabalin.
In this webinar, findings were reported from the CoLAB qualitative study, which aimed to examine the multiple social, material and temporal effects of extended-release buprenorphine depot (BUP-XR) treatment in clients’ lives, among a group of participants receiving BUP-XR in Australia, and considers the situated potentials of these new opioid agonist treatment technologies.
Three international experts discussed anabolic androgenic steroids – illicit or prescription-only drugs that are manufactured to mimic the effects of the male hormone testosterone, and that are sometimes taken to increase muscle mass and improve athletic performance.
Upcoming Side Event to the CND: "Drug Endangered Children: Identification and Program Success Stories"
Around the globe there are children at risk because they live in homes where a parent or other adult misuses drugs or alcohol. Identifying at risk youth requires cultural knowledge, understanding, awareness, and empathy.
"Lockdown & Licensed Premises: COVID-19 Lessons for Alcohol Policy” by Professor Niamh Fitzgerald, University of Stirling, Scotland, UK & President of ICARA.
"Alcohol consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic in Argentina: Opportunities for public policies” by Dr. Karina Conde, Research Associate, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Argentina.
"Alcohol consumption during COVID-19: A natural experiment for alcohol policy in Chile” by Paula Margozzini Maira, Associate Professor of Public Health, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile.
"Unnatural deaths, alcohol bans and curfews in South Africa: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment during COVID-19” by Professor Charles Parry, Medical Research Council of South Africa.
"Alcohol kills Coronavirus, I drink alcohol, ergo I don’t need the vaccine - Stories from India” by Dr. Abhijit Nadkarni, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
«Сдвиги в потреблении алкоголя во время пандемии COVID-19 в Австралии», д-р Сара Каллинан, Университет Ла Троуб, Австралия.
«Потребление алкоголя в Бразилии во время пандемии COVID-19: эпидемиология и возможности для государственной политики», д-р Зила ван дер Меер Санчес, доцент кафедры эпидемиологии, Escola Paulista de Medicina, Федеральный университет Сан-Паулу, Бразилия.
The Institute of Alcohol Studies presents Seminar Two in its four-part series on alcohol and sustainability. Seminar Two looks at the impact the production, packaging and distribution of alcohol has on both the local and global environment, and what companies should and could do to reduce their impact.
The speakers were:
• Chair and first speaker: Dr Katherine Severi, IAS
• Dr Modi Mwatsama, The Wellcome Trust
The Institute of Alcohol Studies presents Seminar Three in its four-part series on alcohol and sustainability.
Seminar Three explores the voluntary commitments on sustainability made by alcohol producers, examining pledges in the wider context of industry corporate social responsibility.
Speakers: • Chair: Professor Jeff Collin, University of Edinburgh • Dr Rob Ralston, University of Edinburgh • Nina Renshaw, NCD Alliance
С ростом популярности продуктов NoLo среди производителей и клиентов в новом отчете рассматривается, как эти напитки продаются в Великобритании и как и почему потребители их пьют.
The National Conference on Illegal Addictive Substances 2021 was organized by the Secretariat of the Government Council for the Coordination of Drug Policy - the Drug Policy Department of the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic. Due to the current development of the epidemiological situation, the conference was held online.
The debate was moderated by Jarmila Vedralová, National Drug Policy Coordinator.
This webinar presented an overview of evidence for treatment of methamphetamine dependence, and future directions.
This seminar examines the emerging research on the safety of pharmaceutical drugs of dependence in pregnancy.
Употребление алкоголя среди женщин: тенденции, социальные практики и совместно разработанные решения
На этом вебинаре обсуждались результаты недавних исследований употребления алкоголя среди женщин в Австралии.
On December 2nd, CICAD's Demand Reduction Unit organised an online event on "Substance Use Among Adolescents: Risk and Protective Factors". The event is part of a series of international dialogues between Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean.
This webinar provided attendees with information about: