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Upcoming Webinar: Methamphetamine: What's old is new again

   
The SE First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program is excited to announce an upcoming webinar to meet your learning needs. This webinar is available at no cost to First Nation, Inuit and Métis communities from across the country.

Title: Methamphetamine: What's old is new again
 
Date: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm CST (90 min)
 
Presenter:
 
Dr. Sheri Fandrey, B.S.P., Ph.D.
Knowledge Exchange Lead
Manitoba Addictions Knowledge Exchange
Addictions Foundation of Manitoba

Webinar Overview:
 
This interactive session will examine the re-emergence of methamphetamine use in Manitoba, focusing on the trends of methamphetamine use, the short- and long-term consequences of use, implications for services providers, and issues related to recovery.  There will be a specific emphasis on eliciting participants’ knowledge and experience to enhance the learning environment.
 
Themes that will be discussed include:
  • What are amphetamines & methamphetamine?
  • How common is methamphetamine use?
  • How does methamphetamine affect users?
  • Why does the method of use matter?
  • Who is at higher risk from meth use?
  • What do meth users look like?
  • What are the short- and long-term effects?
  • How can we deal with someone who is using?
  • Does anyone recover from meth addiction?
 Registration link:

https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/5997447097009736194

** When you register for this event there will be an option to change to your time zone by clicking on “Show My Time Zone”, see screen shot below. 

please register

Questions? Please contact:

Suzanne Stephenson
1.800.463.1763, Ext. 142971
suzannestephenson@sehc.com