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The NDARC Symposium is an annual showcase of the research being undertaken by the Centre. The aim is to translate research findings for a clinical and policy-making audience.
In 2014, the keynote address will be delivered by Professor Keith Humphreys of Stanford University. Professor Humphreys' research interests include the prevention and treatment of addictive disorders and the formation of public policy. Professor Humphreys has served as a member of the White House Commission on Drug Free Communities and as Senior Policy Advisor at the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, among many other appointments.
His address will be followed by presentations from NDARC researchers on four landmark studies:
For the first time in 2014 the Symposium will include concurrent one hour sessions on key areas of interest. Delegates can attend one of the following four sessions:
The symposium will conclude with a facilitated discussion on alcohol-related violence.
Registration closes 1 September 2014.
National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre
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