PhD Symposium 2020: all sessions now online
The SSA PhD Symposium in 2020 was the first to be conducted online. The symposium showcased the latest addictions research from some of the newest, and most interesting, researchers in the field. Due to being held online, the 2020 event had a larger capacity and was, in many ways, more accessible to a wider range of PhD students than previous years’ symposia. All session summaries and slides are now available on the 2020 PhD Symposium homepage. Some sets of slides are not available online (largely due to them containing provisional results or sensitive data). We hope you enjoy.
- Reflections on attending the SSA PhD Symposium
- 1.0: Lived experiences
- 1.1: Systematic reviews
- 2.0: Addiction and mental health comorbidities
- 2.1: Alcohol and Opioids
- 3.0: Interventions and treatment
- 3.1: Addiction and cognition
- 3.2: Addiction and policy
- 4.1: Mood and affect
- 5.0: Treatment and recovery
- 5.1: Smoking and gambling
- PhD symposium career advice panel
The SSA is very grateful to Dr Inge Kersbergen, Maike Klein and Dr Nathan Critchlow for their work organising the 2020 symposium; and to Dr Nathan Critchlow, Dr Inge Kersbergen, Maike Klein, Merve Mollaahmetoglu, Olivia Sexton and Thomas Swinton for writing the summaries.
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