COVID-19 Webinar – The experience of people who use Image and Performance Enhancing Drugs (IPED) during and after lockdown

As part of its response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Scottish Drugs Forum is hosting a series of free webinars.

The SDF webinars will address crucial aspects of the support of people with drug problems and the delivery of effective services that provide treatment and support, reduce harm and protect people from COVID-19.

The next SDF COVID-19 webinar, The experience of people who use Image and Performance Enhancing Drugs (IPED) during and after lockdown will be held on Friday 10 July at 13.00 – 14.00.

The closure of gyms, specialist services and the limiting of social interaction has impacted some people who use Image and Performance Enhancing Drugs (IPED).

This webinar will examine the impact of the disruption of routines and the use of substances under what can be stressful and challenging situations. The webinar will also look at the issues raised by the easing of lockdown and how services and service users may respond.

Speakers include:

– Professor James McVeigh, Manchester Metropolitan University
– John Campbell, IEP Improvement Manager, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
– Pre-recorded conversation with Tony Knox, Independent Researcher

Pre-registration is required and numbers are limited so please register early.

Please click here to register

We will be using GoToWebinar, so please check your have the capability to access the tool once registered.

You will receive invitations to future webinars.

If you have any comment or ideas for future webinars please get in touch.