This 19-minute video introduction to the Universal Curriculum series will be introduced at the beginning of future online courses. The slides will be included in the forthcoming manual editions of the Universal Treatment Curriculum (UTC), Universal Prevention Curriculum (UPC) and Universal Recovery Curriculum (URC). The module will also be included in future face-to-face trainings.
Education plays a critical role in preventing substance abuse.
Drugs of Abuse, a DEA Resource Guide, is designed to be a reliable resource on the most commonly abused and misused drugs in the United States.
Aim: The aim was to map and describe the university-based addiction studies programs in Africa, as part of continuing international research.
Methods: The study was conducted in 2016–2017. The first phase was based on Google and literature search of academic programs through pre-defined keywords. The second phase consisted of an in-depth analysis of characteristics of the identified programs.
In this presentation, Gerry Schmidt and Diane Sevening present on the United States model of accrediting addiction studies programs.
They cover the criteria for accreditation at various degree levels and the process used to assess a university program for accreditation.
This webinar is for teachers, school staff, parents and others who are interested in understanding the effect of drugs on adolescent brain. It explores the development of adolescent brain and how this process is interrupted by the use of alcohol, MDMA and cannabis.
It provides information on harm reduction strategies that parents and teachers can implement amongst teenagers, in order to reduce harm.
This presentation by Journal Editor Richard Pates provides a basic overview of critical information on getting scientific papers published.
This webinar presented by Cary Hopkins Eyles covers how to help university students succeed during this difficult time in their education.
Susana Henriques, presents on moving education into the digital age.
This introductory seminar explored effective search, communication, and dissemination strategies and provided an overview of resources publicly available through the National Library of Medicine for public health and health services and policy researchers to use in their work.