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  • Réunion thématique de la Kettil Bruun Society sur les interventions sur les campus

    Le PEP-MA et le CCDUS parrainent une réunion thématique de la Kettil Bruun Society sur la consommation excessive d’alcool sur les campus. Des chercheurs du monde entier viendront discuter et débattre des interventions sur les campus permettant de réduire les méfaits liés à l’alcool chez les étudiants des cégeps et des universités. 
    (en anglais seulement) ​

    Directives et processus de soumission des résumés : Maintenant disponible!

    Date Lundi 30 septembre au mercredi 2 octobre 2019

    Lieu : Grand Times Hotel Sherbrooke, 1 rue Belvédère, Sherbrooke (Québec), J1H 0G8

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  • Congrès Questions de substance 2019

    Le congrès Questions de substance 2019 du CCDUS aura lieu à Ottawa (Ontario)! Le congrès se tiendra à l'hôtel Westin Ottawa, du 25 au 27 novembre 2019, à l'occasion de la Semaine nationale de sensibilisation aux dépendances.

    Le thème de l'édition 2019 est Données et perspectives, compassion et action. Au Canada, la dépendance et l'usage de substances sont de graves problèmes aux effets négatifs sur les relations et responsabilités, que ce soit dans les​ communautés, les milieux de travail, les organismes bénévoles et les établissements d'enseignement. Ajoutons que l'usage de substances coûte à la société environ 38 milliards de dollars par année. ​

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Événements à venir

  • 26th Harm Reduction International Conference (HR19)

    Du 28 avril au 1 mai, 2019

    For international visitors, this conference will be a unique opportunity to learn about the benefits and lessons learned from Portugal’s progressive approach to drug policy and harm reduction, which included the decriminalisation of the possession and use of all drugs. Since 2001, the country has shown us that decriminalisation partnered with harm reduction can reduce HIV and overdose rates and increase access to vital health and social services. The approach has also highlighted the gaps in this policy-first approach and the need to include people who use drugs in policy making and other decisions about their health and rights.

    Held once every two years in a different country around the world, the Harm Reduction International Conference is the only global meeting for knowledge-sharing, networking, and discussion of best practices in the field of harm reduction. The last conference in Montreal in 2017 was attended by more than 1000 delegates from over 70 countries, including medical and policy experts, harm reduction practitioners, campaigners, and people who use drugs.

    Registration now open!

    Lieu :

    Site Web : https://www.hri.global/hr19conference

    Du 28 avril au 1 mai, 2019, Alfândega Porto Congress Centre, Porto, Portugal

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  • Western Canada Addiction Forum

    Du 3 au 5 mai 2019

    The Western Canada Addiction Forum serves as an educational opportunity for those already in, or wishing to be in, the addictions field. This forum is open to physicians and allied health professionals, including pharmacists, nurses and addiction counsellors, interested in expanding their knowledge of addiction and its related issues.

    Lieu :

    Site Web : wcaforum.ca

    Du 3 au 5 mai 2019, Delta Grand Hotel, 1310 Water Street, Kelowna, BC, Canada, V1Y 9P3

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  • 20th Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Care Conference

    Du 10 au 11 mai 2019

    The Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Care Conference aims to advance collaborative practice in mental health care in primary care and community settings. Our scope includes intra- and interprofessional collaboration, as well as collaboration with clients and caregivers. We value multiple forms of knowledge and ‘evidence’ including scientific knowledge, pragmatic knowledge of front line healthcare providers and administrators, and experiential knowledge of people using mental health services, and throughout the conference we seek to promote dialogue between these different perspectives.

    This year our conference theme addresses concurrent disorders and working collaboratively to enhance care for people living with mental health challenges & addictions . A concurrent disorder is defined as having both a mental health issue and an addiction issue at the same time. Traditionally our health systems have separated mental illness and addiction and therefore two treatment streams have emerged. We now recognize that these two “streams” are intimately tied together and we need to address our clients and families in a holistic way seamlessly collaborating across disciplines, organizations and cultures. North America is facing an opioid crisis and more than ever, we need to work together to understand the underpinnings of concurrent disorders and their impacts on patients, families and communities, create collaborative health care systems and embrace innovation. We invite you to submit an abstract and attend the conference to share the work you and your team have been doing in collaborative care.

    Lieu :

    Site Web : https://ubccpd.ca/course/CCMHC2019

    Du 10 au 11 mai 2019, Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel , 7551 Westminster Hwy, Richmond , British Columbia

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Dépendances au quotidien

Un recueil de l’actualité mondiale dans le domaine des dépendances et de l’usage de substances.

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Alertes et bulletins sur les drogues du RCCET

Le Réseau communautaire canadien d’épidémiologie des toxicomanies (RCCET) produit des alertes et bulletins ponctuels sur les tendances ou sujets d’actualité en matière de drogue.

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