Events in November 2022
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November 1, 2022(1 event)
12:00 pm: Webinar – The Global State of Harm Reduction 2022: Report Launch
The Global State of Harm Reduction is the only report that provides an independent analysis of harm reduction in the world. Now in its the seventh edition, the Global State of Harm Reduction 2020 is the most comprehensive global mapping of harm reduction responses to drug use, HIV and viral hepatitis.
Join Harm Reduction International and regional experts from Eurasia, Latin America, Middle East and North Africa and Eastern and Southern Africa for the launch of the latest edition of the report.
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November 6, 2022(1 event)
6:00 pm: Medical Cannabis Awareness Week 2022: Industry Insights
Sun, 6 November 2022
An insight into current industry ongoings, focusing on the need to centre and amplify patients in the medical cannabis sector. #MCAW2022
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November 29, 2022(2 events)
10:00 am: Continuity of Care in drug/alcohol treatment – review findings & top tips
Tue, 29 November 2022
The webinar is for providers, commissioners and policy makers interested in finding out what the community treatment providers and their partners did which resulted in improved performance in their area.
2:00 pm: Treatment, recovery and Integrated Care Systems – what does it all mean?
Integration is an easy word easy to say but a harder concept to deliver. People struggling with their use of drugs or alcohol need no lessons from policy wonks on the importance of better integrating health and social care services.
Integrated Care Systems now exist in law. But what does that mean for drug and alcohol treatment and recovery services, the public health commissioners in local government who fund them or the people who they support?
Is this just another health reform that won’t have much impact on us?
Can charity providers thrive in the new environment?
How are ICS reforms actually unfolding at the local level?
The future has arrived – it’s just not very evenly distributed! Join an expert panel for 90 minutes of thoughts, reflections and debate on this fascinating topic.
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