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for clinical research
Having held our inaugural symposium last year as part of APSAD in Hobart, NCCRED will host its second symposium on Friday 20th November.
We wish we could see you all face to face, but this year it will be done virtually to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions. We thought it was still important to gather in whatever way we can.
The 2020 symposium will focus on innovations in the therapeutic practice for methamphetamine disorder. The symposium brings together leading national researchers, including presentations from recipients of NCCRED’s Round 2 Seed Funding Program. The four recipients will share the most up-to-date aspects of their work and research around emerging drug use. Areas of exploration in the 2020 symposium include:
NCCRED’s 2020 symposium, in line with the Centre’s aims, is a vital opportunity for the AoD sector to advance its collective response to emerging drugs:
We look forward to seeing you at our 2020 symposium.
The full program and registrations will be available soon.
In line with NCCRED’s aims, the symposium was designed to:
We gathered vastly experienced clinicians and researchers from some of the major drug and alcohol centres around the country. The program included presentations from Round 1 NCCRED Clinical Research Seed Funding Grant recipients, NCCRED Clinical Research Capacity Building Grant recipients, the NCCRED team and affiliates. They shared the most up-to-date aspects of their work and research around emerging drug use, including:
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