HUMANITARIAN DRUG POLICY: The Rome Consensus 2.0 as a pragmatic tool of advocacy to implement universal health coverage
Join the discussion on the future of drug policy at the CND 66th event!
Thursday 16th March 9.00 - 9.50am (GMT +1 - Vienna)
Room M3 and online: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_V3Qbob6UTuiclypYAKSBFQ
A Global Call for Deflection as the New Policy on Policing and Drugs - CND 66 Side Event
Thursday 16th March 8.00 - 8.50am (GMT +1 - Vienna)
Room M3 and online: http://bit.ly/3EUduI5
International Recovery Symposium 2023
Experience the the world's first international recovery symposium in Borneo.
Interact with and gain insights from international healthcare professionals including professors, doctors, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, mental health counselors, caregivers, and researchers in the field of addiction therapy and recovery, behavioral health, psychiatry, and drug demand reduction.
When: Sep 18-21, 2023
£421 million to boost drug and alcohol treatment across England
SSA Podcast- Relapse: what is it and what does it mean to people who experience it?
In the latest episode of the Addictions Edited podcast, Rob Calder talks to Dr Maike Klein from the University of Bath about her qualitative research into relapse.
What Are The Five Stages Of Change?- A Blog Dedicated to Educate the Families of people with Addiction
The blog is a rich source of learning.
You may read the information at your pace.
Share with the clients and their families to equip themselves with the simple strategies to take steps towards more recovery and less relapse.
Dr. Nazish Idrees Chaudhary, PhD., M.S., M.Sc., B.Sc. (Clinical Psychology)
Recovery Research Institute Infographics
The Recovery Research Institute have put together a series of pamphlets presenting and discussing all issues relating to recovery support
Recovery from a substance use disorder is defined as a process of improved physical, psychological, and social well-being and health after having suffered from a substance-related condition.
The recovery research institute has put together a collection of resources that defines and explores the pathways to recovery.
Recovery Pathways Online Course
This online course introduces the science of addiction recovery and looks at the evidence on recovery pathways in Europe.
Recovery Pathways has a particular focus on gender differences in how people recover and what happens at different stages of recovery.
The course provides an insight into what we know about addiction recovery and how the European REC-PATH study has contributed to that knowledge.