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Knowledge Translation AgentCanadian Research Initiative in Substance Matters (CRISM): Atlantic Node The Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse – Atlantic node is one of five nodes within the CRISM network, […]

Indigenous Research and Community Engagement CoordinatorCanadian Research Initiative in Substance Matters (CRISM) – Atlantic Node The Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Matters Atlantic node (CRISM Atlantic) is one of five […]

Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity Dr. Sherry Stewart’s MAAC lab is looking for a Postdoctoral fellow (PDF) to collaborate with partner researchers and organizations in the conduct of the UniVenture project — […]

Join upcoming webinars related to alcohol use disorder! WEBINAR: Canadian Clinical Guideline for High-Risk Drinking and Alcohol Use Disorder A new Canadian clinical guideline for the treatment of high-risk drinking […]

October 6 Event

What Does It Mean To Be Supported On The Front Lines? Calling all front line harm reduction workers who are People who use(d) drugs/Peers! The Dr. Peter Centre invites people in front […]

What is Orange Shirt Day and why is it recognized? Orange Shirt Day raises awareness on the forced removal of Indigenous children who were taken from their families and sent […]

Congratulations to CRISM Atlantic member Dr. Sara Davidson, Medical Director of River Stone Recovery Centre and family physician at Fredericton Downtown Community Health Centre, who received Dalhousie Family Medicine’s Undergraduate […]

Dr. Samantha Farris Lecture Using Daily-Level Assessment Methods to Understand Female-Specific Vulnerability to Anxiety and Smoking On August 11th, the MAAC Lab and Centre for Addiction Research at Dal (CARD) is pleased […]

The Mood, Anxiety and Addictions and Co-morbidity (MAAC) Lab, at Dalhousie University, invites applicants for a full-time Postdoctoral Fellow responsible for overseeing a multi-site feasibility trial, OpiVenture, testing the feasibility […]

Congratulations to CRISM Atlantic Node PI Dr. Sherry Stewart, who received the Canadian Psychological Association’s Donald O. Hebb Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology as a Science. This award is […]

  Tara Pride is a member of Sipekne’katik First Nation.  Tara has a Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy and is a PhD candidate in Dalhousie’s School of Health.  Her research […]

The Canadian Center on Substance Use and Addiction recently published new guidelines that attach risks to much lower consumption levels than those in common public perception. In several interviews, Dr. […]