INEBRIA 2017 Screening and Brief Intervention at the Intersection of Research, Policy and Practice: Advancing Knowledge and Meeting New Challenges

Jointly provided by the NYU Post-Graduate Medical School and International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol and Other Drugs (INEBRIA)

 

Thursday- Friday, September 14-15, 2017

Kimmel Center
60 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10010

 

Course Directors

Jennifer McNeely, MD, MS
Associate Professor of Population Health and Medicine
NYU School of Medicine
 
Donna Shelley, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Population Health and of Medicine
Co-Director, Section on Tobacco, Alcohol and Drug Use
Department of Population Health
NYU School of Medicine

 

 

Cosponsored by the World Health Organization

 

Registration Fees

Early Bird (ends at 11:59 pm on May 31st)

INEBRIA Member: $450

Non-Member:$500

Regular (before 11:59 pm on August 20th)

INEBRIA Member:$500

Non-Member:$550

Late

INEBRIA Member:$550

Non-Member:$600

 

Conference Dinner- September 14, 2017

Fee: $85 per person

Location: State Grill and Bar

 

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Abstract Submission

We are no longer accepting abstracts.

 

Target Audience

INEBRIA will convene researchers, practitioners, and policymakers with an interest in alcohol and drug use research, particularly focused on screening and brief interventions (SBI).  The conference will provide a forum to hear from leaders in the field about evidence-based SBI approaches as well as new research and practice developments in the field. 

Course Description

The 2017 INEBRIA meeting, the theme of which is ‘Screening and brief intervention at the intersection of research, policy and practice: Advancing knowledge and meeting new challenges’ will be held in New York, NY September 14-15, 2017. The meeting includes a welcome reception the evening of September 13, followed by two days of research presentations. The overarching goal of this INEBRIA research conference is to present findings from and promote further development of screening and brief intervention (SBI) research, with a particular focus on implementing and scaling up what works, and finding new approaches to addressing unhealthy alcohol and drug use that are feasible, effective, and sustainable.

Educational Objectives

After participating in this activity, clinicians should be able to:

  • Integrate principles of SBI-related implementation science into their research and/or clinical practice
  • Identify key elements of brief mental health interventions, and develop strategies for addressing comorbid mental health and substance use conditions and concurrent use of drugs and alcohol
  • Identify how electronic SBI interventions can be conducted, and utilize the potential applications of electronic SBI
  • Summarize this fast-moving area of research, to evaluate and discuss what works based on current evidence, and to chart the next phase of research

Accommodations

A room block has been reserved at the New York Marriot Downtown:

Reserve your room here or call to make a reservation: 1-877-303-0104

For a list of NYC neighborhoods and other accommodations, click here

 

Accreditation Statement

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the NYU Post-Graduate Medical School and International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol and Other Drugs (INEBRIA). The NYU Post-Graduate Medical School is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation Statement

The NYU Post-Graduate Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 14.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 

Course Cancellation Policy

If a course is cancelled due to inclement weather, insufficient enrollment, or any other reason, NYU PGMS will refund registration fees in full. NYU PGMS will provide at least two weeks’ advance notice if cancelling due to insufficient enrollment and as soon as possible in all other circumstances. NYU PGMS is not responsible for any airfare, hotel, or other non-cancellable costs incurred by the registrant.

Supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and the National Institute on Drug Abuse of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R13AA025541