Events in September 2022
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September 1, 2022(1 event)
10:30 am: Adfam National Forum: Drug and Alcohol Prevention
Adfam’s monthly online forum events are free to attend and open to anyone with a professional interest in supporting families affected by substance use or gambling.
By attending Adfam’s forum events you will hear from experts across the sector, network with other professionals working in the same area and share practice.
Our next forum is taking place on Thursday 1st September 2022, 10.30am – 12 noon.
We are delighted to be joined by Professor Harry Sumnall of Liverpool John Moores University.
Harry Sumnall is a Professor in Substance Use at the Public Health Institute and his research interests cover all aspects of substance use, particularly young people’s health issues.
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September 7, 2022(1 event)
2:00 pm: How can my research inform policy?
A discussion with the experts on how to make impact and influence policy.
This is one of a series of events run by the SSA’s Early Career Research network. Videos from previous events can be found here.
This session will cover everything from designing policy relevant research to making sure your policy ends up in the hands of policymakers.
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September 19, 2022(1 event)
1:00 pm: Free webinar – Every family has a story: how we inherit love and loss
Bestselling author and psychotherapist Julia Samuel will talk about latest book, drawing on her acclaimed work with individuals from a wide variety of families, across multiple generations.
The author explores how we communicate within families and how the way we have learned to communicate is inherited and influenced by past generations, for example the impact of trauma experienced by our grandparents.
Samuel provides the reader with insights and tools that can be implemented, in this context to communicate in a healthier way in our own families.
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September 27, 2022(1 event)
12:00 pm: NFM4: How People who Use Drugs can Meaningfully Engage
27th September, 2022
In preparation for the Global Fund 2023-2025 grant cycle (New Funding Model 4/NFM4), INPUD is organising a webinar to introduce people who use drugs to NFM and particularly NFM4 with the aim to mobilise the community to engage in the processes on national level and influence their outcomes.
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September 30, 2022(1 event)
12:00 pm: Street Drugs Discussions: Gender dimensions of the War on Drugs
This webinar looks at organised crime, drug trafficking and the war on drugs through the gender dimension.
Expert special guests will discuss their research and wider knowledge relating to the following areas:
Global and gender dimensions of drug supply activities
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