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Workshop FREE 2007 Joint Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol & other Drugs (APSAD) and Drug & Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA) Workshop RESEARCH UPDATE ON CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE ADDICTIONS FIELD: INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL AND SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVES Monday 26 November 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Room G.11B, Education Development Centre, Milner Street, Hindmarsh Free parking available in Orsmond Street, Hindmarsh This workshop will provide summaries of major national and international drug and alcohol and addiction conferences held in 2007, including: the College on Problems of Drug Dependence; International Council on Alcohol Further information only & Addictions; International Society of Addiction Medicine; Australasian (see booking details below) Professional Society on Alcohol & Other Drugs; Drug & Alcohol Nurses Jill Grove of Australasia; Family Alcohol & Drug Network and Australasian Drug Tel: (08) 8274 3306 or Email: Strategy conferences. It will also provide an update on some of the drug and alcohol research currently being conducted in South Australia by firstname.lastname@example.org research staff from DASSA and South Australian Universities. Time will be provided for workshop participants to discuss the implications of current Olga Lopatko research developments for local practice. Tel: (08) 8303 5989 or Email: email@example.com This workshop is being jointly organised and sponsored by APSAD and DASSA and is free for both members of APSAD and non-members. Bookings essential Morning and afternoon tea provided (close 7days prior to event) Receipt of bookings will Lunch 12:301:30 p.m. be acknowledged >Can be ordered on the day, please allow sufficient time prior to the start of the workshop. Contact Jill Grove for a sample menu. Contact: Aaron Manders >Purchase at a local café. Email: >BYO but refrigeration facilities are not available for participants. firstname.lastname@example.org Presenters and Topics INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE College on Problems of Drug Dependence (CPDD): 69th Annual Scientific Meeting, 1621 June, 2007, Quebec City, Canada - Clinical Research, Professor Jason White - From Lab to Clinic, Dr Rod Irvine - Policies in Addictions, Associate Professor Robert Ali International Council on Alcohol & Addictions: 50th International ICAA Conference on Dependencies, 1015 June, 2007, Stockholm, Sweden, Mr Keith Evans International Society of Addiction Medicine, Addiction Medicine: Current Advances and Future Directions. ISAM IXth Annual meeting, 2225 October, 2007, Cairo, Egypt, Associate Professor Robert Ali Group Discussion: International Perspective NATIONAL AND AUSTRALASIAN PERSPECTIVE Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol & other Drugs: Two Nations, Ten Cultures? Combined APSAD and Cutting Edge Addiction Conference, 24 November, 2007, Auckland, New Zealand, Dr Carolyn Edmonds, Dr Chris Holmwood and Dr Paul Williamson 4th Australasian Drug Strategy Conference, Meeting the Future: Innovative and effective policy and practice, 2225 October, 2007. Gold Coast, Australia, Professor Ann Roche Family Alcohol & Drug Network (FADNET): Drugs, Families. Solutions: Getting on with family work, 3rd Annual National Conference, 2728 June, 2007, Melbourne, Australia, Ms Justine Whitham and Ms Masto Myles Drug & Alcohol Nurses of Australasia (DANA): Regional Perspectives in Practice, Annual Conference, 1213 July, 2007, Whyalla, Australia, Dr Lynette Cusack and Mr Peter Athanasos Group Discussion: National and Australasian Perspective SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE South Australian Research: Overview, Dr Olga Lopatko National Centre on Education & Training in Addiction (NCETA), Flinders University of South Australia, Professor Ann Roche World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Research in the Treatment of Drug & Alcohol Problems, University of Adelaide, Associate Professor Robert Ali Drug & Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA), Dr Matthew Smout Flinders University of South Australia, Faculty of Health Sciences, Flinders Aboriginal Health Research Unit, Aboriginal Country Health and Drug & Alcohol Services South Australia, Professor Charlotte de Crespigny, Dr Inge Kowanko and Ms Jackie Ah Kit University of Adelaide, Faculty of Health Sciences, Pharmacology, Professor Jason White Group Discussion: South Australian Perspective NOTE: Programme may be subject to change without notice
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