Drug Policy Voices project: Using values to frame debates about drug policy and opportunities for reform.
Why don't they just stop using drugs then? Making the case for trauma and ACE informed substance use services.
Date And Time
Wed, 14 October 2020
13:00 – 14:00 BST
(Webinar) Advancing the Use of “Core Components” Approaches: Suggestions for Researchers Publishing Evaluation Results
CADCA is proud to present this instalment of its Research Into Action webinar series on Wednesday, September 9, 2020, at 2 pm EST featuring Dr Cheryl King discussing her recent article, “Emerging Trends in Adolescent Suicide Prevention Research”, which was published in Current Opinion in Psychology in 2018.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has launched a redesigned series of booklets geared towards educating middle school students about substance use.
The Mind Matters series is a valued resource for tens of thousands of teachers. Each booklet is devoted to a specific drug or drug group.
GTNF 2020 VIRTUAL: Bringing the global conversation to you
The world’s leading annual forum discussing the future of the tobacco and nicotine industries is going virtual this September for the first time in its 13-year history. Take part in four days of stimulating debates on shaping the industries’ futures with delegates from all over the world.
Club Health Montréal 2021 will be held at the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ), Montreal. To extend participation and allow for flexibility, attendees can join virtually from wherever they are in the world.
The UNITE Global Summit: Virtual 2020 aims to commit, inspire, and empower policymakers towards the achievement of the UN SDGs over the next decade, while building a roadmap on clear policy actions to eliminate the threat posed by communicable diseases. This alignment of a common vision will culminate in the signing of UNITE’s 2020 Declaration.
Substance Use and Mental Health: Challenges, Opportunities and First Lessons During the COVID-19 Outbreak
What has been the impact of COVID-19 on substance use? What is the link between this and mental health? What has been happening on the front lines? What needs to be done?
To hear the answers to these questions and more, register for the upcoming webinar on Tuesday 1st September, 14:00-14:45
The Australian Government has released a new strategy to address alcohol-related harms in Australian communities. These harms include violence, disease, injuries, road deaths and an estimated 4,000 alcohol-attributable deaths per year1.
The new National Alcohol Strategy, which sits as a sub-strategy under the National Drug Strategy 2017-2026, is the result of years of consultation with a wide range of stakeholders.