EMDAS Master Seminars 2024
March 6, 1.00 – 2.00 p.m. CET time
The seminar is free but registration is required
Mind the gap: self-change from addiction and the treatment response.
During the upcoming lecture and discussion, we will be exploring the topic of addiction and the various ways to overcome it. Our focus will be on answering two important questions: How many ways are there to get out of addiction? And, how much treatment does one need to recover? Additionally, we will be discussing the user-friendliness of the treatment system.
Moderated by Franca Beccaria (EMDAS Deputy Director)
Justyna Klingemann, sociologist of health and medicine, is head of the Department of Health Sociology and Addiction Research at the Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Warsaw, Poland, and current President of the Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol. Her research focuses on social and structural determinants of recovery and harm reduction strategies in addiction, as well as treatment system aspects.
The seminar promoted in the context of the European Masters in Drug and Alcohol Studies (EMDAS), run by University of Turin and Aarhus University, is organized with the aim of sharing the theoretical knowledge and critical reflections developed within the Master’s program with a broader audience. The seminar is open to students, professors, researchers, social and health workers.
Registration for EMDAS single modules is always open,
see at https://www.emdas-to.it/en/registration/