Caron’s 6th Annual Addiction Research Symposium
Join us virtually on your computer, phone or tablet on Zoom.
Showcasing the latest evidence-based practices, treatment models and cutting-edge research, this event bridges the gap between practice and research to improve the care of those suffering from substance use disorders. Leading experts in the field of Addiction Medicine from across the country will enlighten the audience about current and future treatment possibilities being explored by researchers today.
Who should attend?
This event is appropriate for those who work in the field of Addiction Medicine, including psychiatrists, addiction medicine physicians, medical residents and students, medical researchers, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and medical educators. Additionally, those who work with patients with addiction, such as psychologists, behavioral health therapists, and addiction therapists, will find value in attending (check with your licensing board for eligibility of credits).
PRESENTERS AND TOPICS
“Brain Imaging of Alcohol & Opioid Use Disorders”
Presenters: Peter Manza, PhD & Gene-Jack Wang, MD
“Psychedelic Research – Then and Now"
Presenter: Eric Strain, MD
“The Chicken or the Egg: The Connection between Trauma and Addictions”
Presenter: Linda Henderson-Smith PhD, LPC, CPCS, CCMP
- “Research and Educational Initiatives at the Fran and Doug Tieman Center for Research”
This activity has been approved for 6 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
Please email Julie Flannery by email JFlannery@caron.org or by phone 610-299-8001.