Annual Symposium 2014

The 2014 Annual Symposium will be held on Thursday 6 and Friday 7 November, at the Park Inn, York.

The full programme is available here.

Themes and speakers:

Society lecture

Professor Peter Anderson

ALICE RAP and the addictions health footprint - Toward a redesign of addictions governance

Pain, analgesia & addiction

Dr Rebecca Lawrence

Pain and dependency - Better together

Dr Cathy Stannard

Pain and Problematic Use of Opioids

Dr James Bell

The three worlds of prescription opioid misuse

E-treatment

Dr Heleen Riper

The clinical & cost-effectiveness of e-prevention & treatment for alcohol misuse

Dr Bridgette Bewick

How are individuals processing the information we provide?: Using verbal protocols to explore the user experience of brief personalised e-interventions for alcohol use

Professor Kathy Carroll

The brave new world of computerized interventions for addictions

SSA-sponsored

Ms Ildiko Tombor

Development and evaluation of SmokeFree Baby: a smoking cessation smartphone app for pregnant smokers

Mr Mike Ashton

Matrices and Bites: The base of the evidence base for addiction treatment

Dr Frances Kay-Lambkin

Improving the management of co-morbid addictive & mental disorders through the use of technology

Contingency management

Dr Tim Weaver

Is it feasible and acceptable to deliver contingency management in UK drug treatment settings?

Dr Nicola Metrebian

Do monetary incentives increase completion of HBV vaccination amongst people in opiate treatment?

Alcohol, public health & what we think we know

Dr John Holmes

Characterising the UK drinking culture using drinking occasions: A latent class analysis

Mr James Nicholls

Alcohol licensing and public health: bringing research and practice together

Professor David Foxcroft

On the accuracy of brief alcohol questionnaires in primary care in the UK

E-cigarettes

Dr Lynne Dawkins

Electronic Cigarettes: Craving, Quitting & Addictive Potential - keeping up with a rapidly evolving phenomena

Professor Ann McNeill

E-cigarettes: Good or bad for public health?

Dr Jamie Brown

E-cigarette use in England: Latest trends from the Smoking Toolkit Study

 

Workshop: Ensuring specialists in addiction treatment in the UK

  • Dr Lynn Owens - Nurse consultant
  • Dr Linda Harris - GP
  • Dr Jack Leach - GP and Public Health consultant
  • Dr Joss Bray – Substance Misuse Specialist
  • Matt Gaskell – Psychologist

 


Registration

Please complete the form below to register for the Annual Symposium 2014. We will register you as a delegate on receipt of payment in full.

Cancellations must be in writing, and no refund is payable after 17 October 2014.

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