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30 Mai 2016 au 31 Mai 2016
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L'AMA à la 4e Conférence internationale sur les nouvelles substances psychoactives

Budapest, Hongrie

Inscrivez-vous dès maintenant à la 4e Conférence internationale sur les nouvelles substances psychoactives (site en anglais)

Conférenciers confirmés :

  • Paul Griffiths and Roumen Sedefov, EMCDDA: "How NPS changed the way we understand and respond to drugs”
  • Ana Gallegos and Michel Evans-Brown, EMCDDA: "How did the EU EWS evolved in the last years and why?"
  • Justice Tettey, UNODC Global SMART Programme: “NPS emergence, challenges and trends - the global perspective”
  • Olivier Rabin, WADA: "Prohibited Substances in Sports: Emphasis on Counterfeit and Illegal Drugs of Abuse”
  • Ornella Corazza, University of Hertfordshire, UK: “Highs and Whys: Self-Perception and Motivations of NPS Users"
  • Aviv Weinstein, University of Ariel, Israel: "The Effects of Synthetic cannabinoids on Executive Function and Related Brain Activity in fMRI”
  • Owen Bowden-Jones, Imperial College, UK: "From club to clinic: How Should Clinicians Respond to the Challenge of NPS?”
  • Anders Helander, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden: "New Drugs of Abuse Require New Testing Strategies”
  • Zsolt Demetrovics, Eötvös Loránd University, “NPS in Hungary:An Historical Overview”
  • Giovanni Martinotti, Chieti-Pescara University, Italy: “NPS and Psychiatric Symptoms: Results from the Ibiza Study”
  • Andy Parrott, Swansea University, UK: "The Perils of Ecstasy, Nicotine, and Other Psychoactive Drugs: An Overview of Forty Years Of Psychobiological Research".
  • Fabrizio Schifano, University of Hertfordshire, UK: "Use of Novel Psychoactive Substances and the Risk of Psychopathological Disturbances”
  • John Corkery, University of Hertfordshire, UK: "The Evolution and Characteristics of UK Deaths Involving GHB and its analogues"
  • Giuseppe Bersani, Sapienza University, Italy: "NPS-Induced Changes in the Phenomenology of Psychiatric Diseases"
  • Eva Keller, Semmelweis University, Hungary: "Forensic Case of Novel Psychoactive Substances”

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