Reporting treatment fidelity in behavioral tobacco treatment clinical trials: scoping review and measurement recommendations
EUSPR are pleased to announce that the 12th EUSPR Conference and Members’ Meeting will take place on September 29th – October 1st, 2021, in Tallinn, Estonia. The main conference takes place on the September 30th and October 1st, and pre-conference workshops will take place on the September 29th.
Length: 1 hour
Workshop Goal: To give staff working in AOD clinical settings an understanding of the key concepts and principles of clinical research and the benefits of introducing research into the clinical setting.
Length: 4 hours
Workshop Goal: To give participants involved in research and trials a thorough understanding of all aspects of Good Clinical Practice and how it applies to everyday trial management .
A YouTube playlist containing thirty two-minute concise videos about addictions. The numbering of the series is based on the chapter numbers for the award-winning textbook, “Addictions Counseling Today: Substances and Addictive Behaviors” by Dr. Kevin G. Alderson.
The aim of the webinar is to enable participants to understand the concept of the illicit drug market within the broader context of changing patterns of drug use, cultural and social factors and links to wider criminality; to describe to participants in detail the markets for the main drug types and the key points, and to talk about the opportunities for improvement of operational practices by using strategic analysis.<
This presentation is geared at increasing addiction counsellor understanding of the legal, ethical, and liability-related factors that come into play with clinical documentation, regardless of pay source (insurance, public funding like Medicare, or private pay, etc.) or work context (agency, private practice, etc.).
The Road to Global Mental Health Conference, which marks the 10-year anniversary of the Centre for Global Mental Health, will focus on research projects, education engagements and overall achievements from 2009 to 2019, as well as reflect on the future of global mental health.