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The call for abstracts is now OPEN for the 2015 APSAD Conference! We are calling for abstracts for the following presentations types; Oral |Poster | Workshop | Symposium | "Food for Thought" (brief Oral Presentation). For further details please visit our conference website.
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Check out our inaugural webinar presented by Prof Nick Lintzeris and Dr Marianne Jauncey.

Look out for more webinars in 2015.
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2014 APSAD Conference 'Early Bird Registration' is now OPEN! 
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APSAD Conference is calling for Late Breaking Papers. Late Breakers are for any research findings that have become available after the general Call for Abstracts has closed. The presentations will be 5 minute talks in a session dedicated to late-breaking, unpublished findings. Please note that abstracts must be original research and must contain final data.

Lake breaking abstract submission opens 6 August 2014
Late breaking abstract submission closes 15 September 2014
For further information visit the conference website www.apsadconference.com.au
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2014 APSAD Conference 

This year’s conference theme, The times they are a changin’ was chosen by the Scientific Program Committee to reflect the changing times and increased pressures faced by the drug and alcohol sector. Clinical and non-clinical research is also dramatically increasing our understanding of dependence, prevention and treatment. Now is the time to come together and celebrate the achievements of our sector in beautiful Adelaide.

The conference, to be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre from Sunday 9 – Wednesday 12 November 2014, will feature an exciting program of international and national speakers, focusing on new treatments, prevention and policy in the areas of drug and alcohol research. With original and innovative work from the field, the program will encourage alternative presentation styles.

The Poster Session will continue to be a core event of the APSAD Conference in 2014. Selected abstracts, from research to clinical, from all disciplines, will be presented by colleagues from across Australasia and the world. The poster session offers the perfect platform for delegates to see and discuss achievements, ideas and developments face-to-face. In conjunction with the poster session, Poster Tours will be run. Keynote speakers will select the posters that best demonstrate quality research and clinical practice and conduct small group discussions of their chosen posters.
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Australia's leading multidisciplinary organisation for professionals involved in the drug and alcohol field
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The Australasian Professional Society on Alcohol and other Drugs is dedicated to:
  • promoting evidence-based improvements in the treatment and prevention of drug and alcohol-related problems
  • raising awareness about the problems related to the use of alcohol and other drugs
  • promoting best standards in research in the drug and alcohol field
  • providing development and support to professionals working in the drug and alcohol fields.