A-Debate (18-2-16) Session 5 - Heading off Harm - Pathways, potency and policy




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Published on Feb 24, 2016

The fifth session of the A-Debate takes us through the research of ALICE RAP on the transitions between different stages of addiction and ways that harm can be reduced or avoided, with particular examples from tobacco and developmental science.

Session Chair: Robert West

2:00 - Anne Lingford-Hughes (for John Holmes) – Determinants of pathways in drug use: molecular, individual, and environmental drivers

26:58 - Ann McNeill – Less potent delivery systems

50:45 - Patricia Conrod – Promoting resilience in young people’s lives

1:16:40 - General discussion


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