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EIE2023 Call for Abstracts

Basel, Switzerland,

Implementation enthusiasts around the world are invited to submit their work to EIE2023!

The EIE2023 welcomes submissions from all settings and contexts in health, social welfare and education – and from all perspectives, i.e., from scientists, researchers, organisational leaders, practitioners, policymakers, funders and others.

European Implementation Event 2023

Basel, Switzerland,

The European Implementation Event 2023 will take place in Basel, Switzerland, on June 8 & 9, 2023. The planning team is excited to announce that registration is now open and that Early Bird tickets are available until March 15, 2023.

 

What to expect from #EIE2023?

Registration opens for European Drugs Winter and Summer Schools 2023

The EMCDDA and the University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL) are delighted to open registration today for two upcoming joint events in 2023: the European Drugs Winter School (EDWS) and the European Drugs Summer School (EDSS) (1)(2). EDWS: 13–24 February 2023 (online): This year, the theme will be ‘Displaced populations and drug- related issues’, with one full day dedicated to this topic. The two-week course will feature live lunchtime lectures with experts and practitioners, followed by

International Conference on Mental Health and Substance Use Challenges

Pakistan,

International Conference on Mental Health and Substance Use Challenges 

10 October 2022, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Organised By:
Department of Psychology Hazara - University Mansehra in collaboration with Hosla Medical Centre (Addiction & Psychiatric Treatment Centre) Islamabad and ISSUP Pakistan Chapter

European Implementation Event

Basel, Switzerland,

The #EIE2023 brings together individuals and organisations engaged in synthesising, translating, adopting and implementing evidence in human service practice and policy.

‘Ten Years Later’ – Developing Institutional Mechanisms for Drug Demand Reduction and Addictology Education in Georgia – A Case Study

Citation
Javakhishvili, J. D., Kirtadze, I., & Otiashvili, D. (2022). ‘Ten years later’ – Developing institutional mechanisms for drug demand reduction and addictology education in Georgia – A case study. Adiktologie, 22(1), 35–46. https://doi.org/10.35198/01-2022-001-0005
Publication Date

BACKGROUND:

During the last ten years, Georgia made several important accomplishments in responding to the country’s drug problem. Specifically, in 2011, an interagency national drug coordinating body was established within the Ministry of Justice; in 2015, the multidisciplinary Addiction Studies MA Program was initiated within Ilia State University; and in 2019, the National Drug Observatory (NDO) was founded.

AIM:

Call for papers: International Mental Health Journal

Mexico's National Institute of Psychiatry, "Ramón de la Fuente Muñiz" began editing its official publication in 1977, "Salud Mental", which is currently indexed in: WoS, ScopuS, Academic Search Premier, SciELO, PsycINFO, IMBIOMED, RedALyC, LILACS, DIALNET, Latindex, and the Sistema de Clasificación de Revistas Mexicanas de Ciencia y Tecnología (CONACyT). Manuscripts submitted to "Salud Mental" go through a process that follows scientific publishing ethical policies. The Internal Review Board selects papers suitable for publication that must