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I've previously written about this here for @FB_Collective and here for @SSA_Addiction 3/n

Psilocybin Treatment for Depression - Patient Perspective webinar from @Drug_Science gives insight into the benefits of psilocybin treatment, from the perspective of a patient who suffered from depression for most of his adult life

Addiction and the Family International Network @AFINetwork
Webinar Tuesday 23rd March 2021, 2pm, UK time. Emeritus Professor Jim Orford is giving a talk called “Seeing the Bigger Picture: Some Ways Ahead for AFINet”.

Dr Elena Dimova @ElenaDDimova @SubMisuseGcu will lead the 5th session of the @SSA_Addiction #QualitativeMethods Journal Club #SSAQual

📆 Wed 24 March 🕑 2 - 3.15pm

Register for free now!


Parkes, T., Carver, H., Masterton, W. et al. ‘They already operated like it was a crisis, because it always has been a crisis’: a qualitative exploration of the response of one homeless service in Scotland to the COVID19 pandemic. Harm Reduct Journal (£0)

SSA PhD Symposium 2021: Where and when? 3rd November 2021 11.00am – 6.00pm GMT : Location: Online - booking due to open soon

PHE updated data tables and commentary for the unlinked anonymous monitoring surveys of infections and risk among people who inject drugs (PWID). #HIV #Hepatitis