Dr Jamie Irving: Establishing Local Addiction, Recovery Research Groups
Posted on 26-04-2016

Dr Jamie Irving delivers a presentation at the annual NDSAG conference in Bradford and talks about Establishing Local Addiction, Recovery Research Groups.

NDSAG 2016

Location: Bradford, England

“Not all alcohol problems are dose related” (Ron McKechnie) A celebratory retrospective exploration over what we have learnt from the last 40 years (of alcohol policy, research and treatment) and prospective crystal ball gazing about what we might expect in the next 40.

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