Treating Addiction 2020

How to register and watch the on-demand recordings:

Thank you to everyone who took part in the live sessions from Tuesday 19th to Thursday 17th November.

All the recordings are available by clicking on the tiles below. At the top of each session page you will find the video player which includes links to any handouts that were shared. You may be prompted to enter the email address used to register to watch the recordings.

If you didn't attend the live sessions, you can still register for the conference to watch the recordings on-demand. The registration fee of £150 (inc. VAT) will give you access to the recordings for all of the sessions listed below for three months from the live conference date.

Personalised CPD certificates will be emailed after you have completed the conference survey:

Please contact if you have any queries.
Sessions in this Online Conference
  • Available On-Demand
    Advances in psychotherapy and preventing relapses
    Dr William Shanahan
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    Heroin assisted treatment: the Middlesbrough experience
    Daniel Ahmed, Clinical Partner, Foundations, Middlesbrough
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    Harm reduction strategies for drug users
    Professor Matthew Hickman
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    Assessing the concept of food addiction
    Professor Graham Finlayson
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    Understanding problematic internet use
    Dr Zaheer Hussain
  • Available On-Demand
    Dual diagnosis: 2020 and beyond
    Ian Hamilton
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    Importance of recognising alcohol problems in hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic
    Adrian Brown: This talk is sponsored and fully funded by Kyowa Kirin Limited
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    Improving evidence-based policy development
    Professor Harry Sumnall
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    Case studies: Drug use in LGBT communities
    Professor Owen Bowden-Jones
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    Case studies: Substance abuse in pregnancy
    Ms Samantha Steele
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    Understanding the role of nurses and AHPs in treating addiction
    Adrian Brown

Register to attend the online conference