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Registrations are open for the 5th Addiction Research Symposium on 14 March in Christchurch

Registrations are open for the 5th Addiction Research Symposium on 14 March in Christchurch, organised by the University of Auckland, University of Otago and Victoria University of Wellington, with support from Matua Raki. This is an opportunity for New Zealand addiction researchers and research students to meet, share their work and discuss issues of common interest.

When: 14 March 2014 9:00 am—5:00 pm
Where: Beaven Lecture Theatre (7th floor), 2 Riccarton Ave, University of Otago, Christchurch

For further Information:
Contact Matua Raki project leader Klare Braye, or register your attendance below.

Co-Existing Problems Advanced Practice Online Symposium from Te Pou

Te Pou and Matua Raki are pleased to offer an opportunity to view the national Co-Existing Problems (CEP) Advanced Practice Symposium live online.

About the symposium

This symposium has been developed for addiction and mental health workers to further develop their knowledge and skills. 150 people who are currently practicing at an advanced level and/or in CEP-specific roles will attend in person.

Expert presenters

The symposium will be opened by Dr John Crawshaw and presenters include:

  • Professor Dan Lubman, Turning Point and Monash University
  • Dr Fraser Todd, National Addiction Centre and author of Te Ariari o te Oranga
  • Professor David Fergusson, director of the Christchurch Health and Development Study, University of Otago
  • Professor Roger Mulder, head of the Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Otago
  • Dr Helen Warren, senior lecturer in Community Health Development, Auckland University of Technology
  • Dr Tom Flewett, CCDHB Alcohol and Drug Co-existing Services, principal author of the CEP Knowledge and Skills Framework