MARC interdisciplinary webinar series
The Monash Addiction Research Centre (MARC) interdisciplinary webinar series brings together addiction researchers, clinicians and other experts from the sector to discuss emerging research and challenges in the addiction field.
Catch up on all our webinars here or on YouTube. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to stay up to date with all our latest videos.
The role of peer support in treatment: The latest on research and practice.
Coming soon.... Associate Professor Victoria Manning, Head of the Research and Workforce Development unit at Turning Point, and Associate Professor in Addiction Studies at Monash University and Crystal Clancy, CoordinatorPeer Projects, Self Help Addiction Resource Centre (SHARC), presenting on the ‘The Impact of COVID on gambling behaviours’. The discussant for the webinar was Heather Pickard, ACEO, Self Help Addiction Resource Centre (SHARC).
The impact of COVID on gambling behaviours: positives, negatives, and vulnerabilities.
Watch Associate Professor Charles Livingstone, Head of the Gambling and Social Determinants unit at SPHPM, Monash University and Dr Brian Vandenberg, Health economics, School of Social Sciences presenting on the ‘The Impact of COVID on gambling behaviours’. The discussant for the webinar was Anna Bardsley, Advocate for Gambling Reform Recipient of the Healthy & Active Living Award 2019.
Impacts of COVID on substance use and mental health
Watch Professor Paul Dietze, NHMRC Senior Research Fellow, Burnet Institute and Associate Professor Christopher Pearce, Department of General Practice presenting on the ‘Impacts of COVID on substance use and mental health’. The discussant for the webinar was Dr Shalini Arunogiri, Deputy Clinical Director of Turning Point’s Treatment Service & Deputy Head, Department of Psychiatry (CCS), Monash University.
The latest trends on prescription opioid use, new information on what contributes to harm, and new resources to better support conversations on opioid safety
Catch up on Dr Jenni Ilomaki, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Medicine Use and Safety, and Associate Professor Suzanne Nielsen, Deputy Director, Monash Addiction Research Centre discussing the latest trends on prescription opioid use, new information on what contributes to harm, and new resources to better support conversations on opioid safety below or on our YouTube channel. Our discussant for the webinar was Dr Pallavi Prathivadi from the Department of General Practice, Monash University.