Created by and for Canadian medical students, learn more about our Medical Student Special Interest Group
Improve your knowledge of current research, discuss best practices and connect with your peers at our Fall Journal Club sessions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only dramatically changed how those with SUDs receive treatment, it has also directly impacted those providing care.
Front-line professionals report medicine shortages, critical service disruptions and a 191% increase in overdoses.
We’ve summarized the key findings from a specialized track on COVID-19 and substance use at our 2020 annual conference. Download the report and stay tuned for more summaries!
The Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction (CCSA) is leading an exciting initiative, with support from Health Canada, to update Canada’s Low-Risk Alcohol Drinking Guidelines.
Join us for a lively discussion with your addiction medicine colleagues to examine, apply and improve our knowledge of current research and review best practices.
Given that the Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine strives to advocate for the population most impacted by this misguided policy of criminalization, CSAM-SMCA joins the growing calls for decriminalizing drug use and possession for personal use.
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