Resources - All Webinars

Alcohol & Human Rights

Created by
Institute of Alcohol Studies Institute of Alcohol Studies
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The Institute of Alcohol Studies presents Seminar Four in its four-part series on alcohol and sustainability. Seminar Four explored workers’ rights for alcohol industry employees in the developing world; industry practices in Africa, including female promotional workers’ rights and their risk of sexual harassment and assault; gender and health inequality; and how human rights litigation can be used as a last resort control policy

The cardiovascular risks and benefits of quit smoking medicines

Created by
NDARC
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In this presentation, the speakers reported the results of a series of three population-based cohort studies relating to the use and effects of smoking cessation pharmacotherapies. The first of these studies provided evidence on how the three smoking cessation pharmacotherapies available in Australia (nicotine replacement therapy, varenicline and bupropion) compare to each other in terms of cardiovascular safety.

Opioid Facts and Figures

Created by
International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA)

Opioid Facts and Figures, recorded 3-June-2022. Presented by Lauran Wirf, DO: Addiction Medicine Fellow; University of Colorado School of Medicine; Denver, Colorado. With the increasing prevalence of illicit fentanyl, it is important for healthcare providers to understand the new hurdles they may face in treatment of opioid use disorders.

Webinar on psychological flexibility for addictive behaviours

Created by
Miss Fatima Iqbal
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On June 3 Friday evening, 2022, a webinar was held to educate youth, students and professionals about a new clinical construct called Psychological Flexibility. The importance of this ability was elaborated in the context of managing addictive behaviors and the damage caused by substance use. It has special skills to teach for cravings and withdrawal symptoms reduction. More than 70 participants attended the webinar.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Substance Use Disorders: From Theory to Practice

Created by
IRETA

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has been found to be effective for treating a variety of Substance Use Disorders (SUDs). This webinar will review the CBT model of substance use, as well as practical treatment strategies and tools in order to best help individuals affected by SUDs. This webinar was presented by Heather Fulton, PhD.

Stimulants A Focus on Effective Treatment Interventions and Recovery Supports

Created by
IRETA

During this webinar you will learn how to:

-Discuss research findings related to brain recovery following the use of stimulants.

-Recall evidence-based behavioural interventions found to be effective in treating people with a stimulant use disorder.

-Specify recovery supports for people who use stimulants.
 

Stress, Relationships, & Substance Use Disorders An Introduction to Neuroscience Informed Counseling

Created by
IRETA

 

During this webinar you will learn how to: 

  • Discuss the foundations for incorporating neuroscience into clinical practice
  • Describe a neuroscience informed model of SUD treatment
  • Apply a model of stress, relationship, and SUD
     

Stress, Relationships, and Substance Use Disorders Clinical Applications

Created by
IRETA

 

This workshop is Part 2 of a set of presentations on the integration of neuroscience with SUD treatment. Part 1 laid a foundation for ethical practice. Part 2 describes the application of a metaphoric model of neuroscience-informed intervention that participants can put into practice with their clients immediately.
 

Motivational Interviewing in Africa Webinar Series

Created by
ITTC South Africa

In this webinar series, hosted by the South Africa International Technology Transfer Centre in collaboration with MI & Beyond, William Miller and Stephen Rollnick, co-founders of Motivational Interviewing engage with clinicians and researchers from across Africa, drawing on lessons from existing research and dissemination activities, and exploring the broader potential of Motivational Interviewing on the African Continent.

Використання розвитку підлітків для інформування практики профілактики

Created by
Mountain Plains - PTTC
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Учасники розглянуть основні соціальні та біологічні фактори розвитку підлітків та наслідки для того, як підійти до профілактики / втручання вживання психоактивних речовин.

 

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Розлад використання опіоїдів у сестринській професії

Created by
International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA)

Представлена Крістін Уейт-Лаботт, RN, BSN, CARN; Квітень Лінн Ленцмайер, RN, DNP; Рейчел Шустер, BSN, RN, CARN, CAAP. За оцінками Американської асоціації медсестер, від шести до восьми відсотків медсестер вживають алкоголь або наркотики в тій мірі, яка є достатньою для погіршення професійної діяльності.

Наслідки лікування бупренорфіну з розширеним вивільненням опіоїдної залежності

Created by
NDARC

На цьому вебінарі були повідомлені результати якісного дослідження CoLAB, метою якого було вивчення численних соціальних, матеріальних та тимчасових ефектів лікування бупренорфіну розширеного вивільнення (BUP-XR) у житті клієнтів серед групи учасників, які отримують BUP-XR в Австралії, і розглядає наявні потенціали цих нових опіоїдних технологій лікування агоністами.

Відповідь на використання анаболічних андрогенних стероїдів

Created by
Society for the Study of Addiction

Три міжнародні експерти обговорили анаболічні андрогенні стероїди - незаконні або тільки за рецептом препарати, які виробляються для імітації впливу чоловічого гормону тестостерону, і які іноді приймаються для збільшення м'язової маси і поліпшення спортивних результатів. 

Upcoming Side Event to the CND: "Drug Endangered Children: Identification and Program Success Stories"

Created by
Drug Free America Foundation, National Alliance for Drug Endangered Youth, Turkish Green Crescent Society, and World Federation Against Drugs

Around the globe there are children at risk because they live in homes where a parent or other adult misuses drugs or alcohol. Identifying at risk youth requires cultural knowledge, understanding, awareness, and empathy.