What works? for whom? to what extent? and in what context?
– Drug Research Network Scotland (DRNS)
This is not an SDF event, but may be of interest to our stakeholders.
Venue: University of Stirling, Iris Murdoch Building,
Date: Monday, 24 June 2019 / 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
This symposium will focus on the international evidence for the effectiveness of parenting and family support programmes for families affected by parental substance use. Come along to this DRNS hosted event to hear a range of speakers talk about what works, for whom, in what contexts, and to what extent.
The symposium will include round table discussions to focus on future research and innovation in this field of practice. Academics, front-line practitioners, service managers, commissioners, funders, policymakers and service users are welcome to attend. Speakers include Prof. Sharon Dawe (Griffith University), Dr Paul Harnett (University of Queensland), Pauline McKeown (Coolmine), and Dr Anne Whittaker (DRNS & University of Stirling).
For more info and to book see here.