International Consortium of Universities for Drug Demand Reduction (ICUDDR) supports the rapid improvement in competencies and skills among current and future generations of addiction professionals, to meet the increasing demand for prevention, treatment and public health services.
Toward this end, the ICUDDR facilitates networking among universities to promote high quality education and training in the field of addiction prevention, treatment and public health interventions.
It also pursues related applied addictions research, outreach and advocacy.
Virtual Conference on Drug Demand Reduction in Africa
The Drug Demand Reduction in Africa virtual conference takes place 16 Sept - 10 Nov 2020.
Plenary 3, "A Focus on Treatment and Recovery", is on 6 October 2020 and is chaired by Kim Johnson of ICUDDR.
Register here for Plenary 3.
The International Consortium of Universities for Drug Demand Reduction (ICUDDR) and the
International Society for Addiction Journal Editors (ISAJE) have teamed up to support a
university in the development of an academic course on writing for peer review journals. This
solicitation is intended to provide support to one university from a low or middle income country
with an education program in drug demand reduction to develop an academic course designed to
improve student’s ability to publish research findings. The project is made possible with funding
from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA).
ICUDDR invites members to apply to design and develop an elective academic course on
preparing, writing, reviewing, and managing scientific manuscripts/papers (for specialized, peer-
reviewed, international journals) based on the ISAJE materials and publication Publishing
Addiction Science (3rd edition). Applications will be due December 4, 2020. Please submit PDF or Word document to Jessica Keene - firstname.lastname@example.org
Download full solicitation details here.
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