4th National Addiction Research Symposium Event as iCalendar

22 April 2013

Location: University of Auckland, Tamaki campus

The National Addiction Research Symposium, a partnership between the Universities of Auckland, Otago and Victoria, with support from Matua Raki and the Health Promotion Agency, provides a forum for New Zealand addiction researchers to meet and share their work. It is also a valuable opportunity for research students to present and be supported by more experienced colleagues.

The programme and selected presentations are available to download:

Presentations Presenters
Programme, 4th National Addiction Research Symposium  
E-cigarettes: do they help people quit smoking tobacco? Dr Chris Bullen - NIHI, University of Auckland
Client welfare as a by-product of professionalisation. Tony Carton - WelTec
The positioning of youth voice when multiple philosophies collide: Drug policy in schools. Annabel Prescott - PhD candidate, University of Auckland
'Nothing good happens after 2am' - When young people design their own text-based alcohol intervention Karen Renner - PhD candidate, University of Auckland
The use of ASSIST in a community-based treatment centre LaNae Fisk - Recovery Solutions, Phoenix Centre, Auckland and Dr David Newcombe - Centre for Addiction Research, University of Auckland
Piliwaiwai: let's talk story. Gambling in Hawaii Dr Robin-Marie Shepherd - School of Population Health, University of Auckland