Thursday 16th March 8.00 - 8.50am (GMT +1 - Vienna)
Room M3 and online: http://bit.ly/3EUduI5
The evidence of the harms done by alcohol consumption continues to build. However, despite the clear data, safe drinking guidelines vary between countries. This article, published in the Guardian, explores the different factors that are...
This article explores the factors contributing to drug-related deaths in English and Welsh prisons between 2015 and 2020.
Legal responses to novel psychoactive substances implemented by ten European countries: An analysis from legal epidemiology
Abstract Introduction Novel psychoactive substances (NPS) continue to pose challenges to law enforcement authorities, public health officers and policymakers as suppliers continuously adapt to control measures, thus remaining highly dynamic...
NADCP is partnering with the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) to offer a new training for medical providers working with participants in drug treatment courts. This training will help medical providers learn how to successfully...
ISSUP UK are pleased to present their Webinar on the Family Drug and Alcohol Courts in Northern Ireland (FDAC).
ISSUP UK would like to invite to their next Webinar on the Family Drug and Alcohol Courts in Northern Ireland (FDAC).
The prevalence of comorbid serious mental illnesses and substance use disorders in prison populations: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Comorbid mental illnesses and substance use disorders are associated with adverse criminal, social, and health outcomes. Yet, their burden is not reliably known among prison populations. We therefore aimed to estimate the prevalence of comorbid serious mental illnesses and substance use disorders (dual disorders) among people in prison worldwide.