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Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs (APSAD) Conference



The 2010 APSAD conference will be convened by Kevin Foreman from the ACT Government. The title of this conference is 'Building on the Capital' and the program will feature new treatment, prevention and policy in the areas of drug and alcohol research.

Funding to attend the 2010 APSAD conference is available from the Alcohol Education and Rehabilitation (AER) Foundation.

Applications for funding close Monday 30 November 2009.

Symposia application closes Wednesday 31 March 2010.

Abstract applications close Friday 28 May 2010.

The 2011 APSAD conference is already being organised and will be held on 13 to 16 November 2011 in Tasmania.

HealthInfoNet Cafe

Richard Midford, Deputy Director, and Michelle Catto, Research Officer, from Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet ran a cafe throughout this conference. In addition, Richard, Michelle and Michael Doyle, from the National Drug Research Institute ran an hour long workshop on how to get the best out of the HealthInfoNet resource. The focus was very much on meeting the knowledge needs of participants, who were guided through live use of the website to find the material they identified as important for their work.

More information about the HealthInfoNet cafes


Kymberlee Senior
Conference Manager
Waldronsmith Management
Ph: (03) 9645 6311

Conference Managers

AER funding:
Pat Ebeling
Office Manager
Ph: (02) 6122 8600


Last updated: 2 December 2010
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