Research colloquium held on March 2, 2007 at SFU Vancouver at Harbour Centre
Disc 1: Welcoming Remarks - Dr. Bill Honer (Network Co-Leader) / Network Presentation - Dr. Tim Stockwell (Network Co-Leader) / Personality-matched early interventions for alcohol misuse in youth:
Implications for the prevention of co-morbidity - Dr. Sherry H. Stewart (Dalhousie University) / Neurobiological changes as a result of chronic alcohol consumption and chronic smoking - Dr. Dieter J. Meyerhoff
(University of California, San Francisco) / Alcohol use among HIV/HCV co-infected patients: Implications for treatment - Dr. Anita Palepu
(University of British Columbia) / Discussant - Dr. John F. Anderson
(Centre for Addictions Research of BC)
Disc 2: Welcoming Remarks - Dr. Tim Stockwell (Network Co-Leader) /
Self-regulation, motivation and the process of changing drinking behavior -
Dr. Carlo C. DiClemente (University Maryland, Baltimore County) / Alcohol problems in emergency department patients - Dr. Jeffery Brubacher (Vancouver General Hospital) / Discussant - Dr. David Brown
(BC Mental Health and Addictions Services) / Closing Remarks - Dr. Tim Stockwell (Network Co-Leader)
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