Click here for the conference programme. See page 3 and 4 for the full list of presentations.

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Day 1: Video 1 (1 hour, 15 minutes):
Introduction to the Conference from Dr Gallus Bischof (15 mins)

Followed by Keynote presentation:
Dr Guillermina Natera and Dr Marcela Tiburcio: The 5-Step Method program in rural Mexico: from cultural adaptation to efficacy and cost-effectiveness evaluation (1 hour, half of it in Spanish with English sub-titles)

Day 1: Video 2 (40 minutes):

Dr Cassandra Borges Bortolon / Fernando Frederic / Juliana Ribeiro da Rosa / Daniel Carneiro / Helena Maria Tannhauser Barros (Brazil): Evidence-Based Information and Motivational Intervention for Brazilian AFMs (20 minutes)

Professor Anne Whittaker / Aileen O`Gorman / Betsy Thom / Roy Robertson / Katie Colliver (Scotland): Preventing drug deaths: Affected family member views on the role of primary care (20 minutes)

Day 1: Video 3 (1 hour 15 minutes):

Dr Louise Marryat /Tom Hughes / Anne Whittaker / Alison McFadden / James Boardman (Scotland): Exploring opioid use in pregnancy: antenatal care pathways and neonatal outcomes (20 minutes)

Dr Janina Dyba / Michelle Rohde /Diana Moesgen / Michael Klein (Germany): Reaching children of parents in detoxification treatment - The Pepe-Kids project (20 minutes)

Rebecca McColl (Scotland): I Am Not Alone: a short film produced by a Scottish young person's group (20 minutes)

Professor Richard Velleman (AFINet/England): summary of the first day’s presentations and themes (15 minutes).

Day 2: Video 4 (1 hour):

Dr Judy Avisar / Catherine Simmonds / Rob Campbell (Australia): Power of lived experience stories in understanding gambling addiction (20 minutes

Dr Alessandra Bassi / Fausta Fagnoni / Daniela Capitanucci (Italy): Covid, gambling and Affected Family members: an unwitting social experiment (20 minutes)

Dr Maurizio Avanzi / Alessandra Bassi / Fausta Fagnoni / Daniela Capitanucci (Italy): Gambling disorder in Parkinson's disease: from caregiver to affected family members (20 minutes)

Day 2: Video 5 (1 hour):

Dr Annette Peart / Freya Horn / Vicoria Manning / Dan Lubman (Australia): The experiences of affected family members and friends attending BreakThrough (20 minutes)

Dr Stavroula Koutsouki (Greece): The experience of working with parents of persons of dual diagnosis (20 minutes)

Dr Sheila Gilheany (Ireland): Creating awareness through advocacy – policy to practice (20 minutes)

Day 2: Video 6 (1 hour):

KEYNOTE 2: Professor Jim Orford: Mainstreaming work with affected family members: How far have we come and how far have we still to go? (1 hour)

Day 2: Video 7 (1 hour):

Dr Rebecca Foster / Tessa Parks (Scotland): “Why would we not want to keep everybody safe?” The views of family members re Drug Consumption Rooms (20 minutes)

Florien Meulewaeter / Elisabeth De Schawer / Sarah De Pauw / Wouter Vanderplasschen (Belgium): Resilience-enabling resources among adult children of parents with AOD (20 minutes)

Namood-e-Sahar / Irum Naqvi (Pakistan): Attitude towards substance use recovery among caregivers of substance users: Indigenous perspective from Pakistan (20 minutes)

Day 2: Video 8 (50 minutes):

Dr Cailyn Green / Kim Brayton / Joseph Lemieux (all USA): Round Table panel presentations and discussion on: "Situations that family members face when a loved one is incarcerated and struggles with mental health /addiction" (40 minutes)

Professor Richard Velleman (AFINet/England) and Gallus Bischof (AFINet/Germany): summary of the conference overall, and themes emerging from it (10 minutes).

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