March 2019 Newsletter

Our latest newsletter includes information about upcoming webinars, news and job vacancies. Read more

February 2019 Newsletter

Our February newsletter includes information about upcoming webinars, news and job vacancies. Read more

FREE WEBINAR: Compassionate Pragmatism: An integrative approach to treating problematic substance use

RECORDED WEBINAR: International expert Dr Andrew Tatarsky talks about the psycho-biosocial approach to harm reduction, that has compassion at its centre. Read more

A randomized controlled trial and economic evaluation of the parents under pressure program for parents in substance abuse treatment.

Clinical update March 2019: Read summaries of recent research papers together with commentary from leading experts in the field. Read more

Addiction is not a spectator sport

Mum Can You Lend Me Twenty Quid (book by Elizabeth Burton-Phillips) - update, play and theatre workshop. Read more

Low dead space equipment - new material to promote the benefits

Safer ‘low dead space’ injecting equipment can help prevent the spread of blood borne viruses among PWID, writes Dr Jo Kesten and Zoe Trinder-Widdess of NIHR CLAHRC West, Bristol. Read more

HOW DO WE RETAIN OST PATIENTS IN TREATMENT?

Clinical Update editor Tom Jones summarises and comments on a primary care cohort study in the United Kingdom. Read more

Post-It from Practice: Now tell me yours ...

Dr Steve Brinksman reflects on the importance of allowing people the time and space to manage their own recovery. Read more

Free webinar: How to deliver effective opioid substitution treatment in prisons

Free webinar: Learn from the experts on how to deliver effective opioid substitute treatment in prisons. Read more

Baclofen: its effectiveness in reducing harmful drinking, craving, and negative mood. A meta-analysis.

An extract (taster) from our May 2018 Clinical Update, edited by Tom Jones. Read more

Clinical Update: March 2018

Read summaries of recent research papers together with commentary from leading experts in the field. Read more