Welcome to INEBRIA

INEBRIA is an international network of researchers, policy makers, practitioners and other stakeholders interested in the potential of brief interventions in health and other settings to reduce the harms produced by alcohol and other drug use. It aims to provide global leadership in the development, evaluation and implementation of evidence-based practice in the area of early identification and brief intervention for hazardous and harmful substance use.

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02/05/2022 – Richard Saitz Outstanding Mentorship Award

We would like to announce that INEBRIA is instituting a new annual award in honor of our dear colleague Rich Saitz. The Richard Saitz Outstanding Mentorship Award will be given to one individual each year, at the annual conference. The award seeks to recognize ‘mentorship that moves the field’ by supporting developing scholars in advancing the science and ensuring that brief interventions and related research is rigorous and relevant.

We welcome nominations in the form of a single letter (limit 2 pages plus bibliography), which can be written by one or more mentees. The letter should describe how the nominated mentor has assisted them in advancing their research, leadership, and/or teaching in the field of brief interventions and related research. It should be specific and reference any abstracts, workshops, publications or other presentations that are products of the mentoring relationship. A focus on helping mentees to understand the current evidence, conduct rigorous research, and question accepted ideas of our field, is particularly welcome. The letter should additionally include a description of how the mentor has provided career guidance more broadly, and how they embody Rich’s spirit of advancing rigorous science, while making research and mentorship both fun and meaningful.

In conjunction with the INEBRIA 2022 Conference, the award winner will:

· Give a presentation focused on their career as a researcher and mentor

· Receive free registration and 3 nights of lodging at the conference hotel

· Be the guest of honor at a celebratory dinner during the conference

The due date for receipt of nominations is June 6, 2022.

Nominations should be sent to: inebria@gencat.cat, with CC to jennifer.mcneely@nyulangone.org

14/04/2022 – 18th Inebria Conference: Scholarships

We are pleased to announce that also this year INEBRIA offers four scholarships for low and middle-income (LMIC) country-based professionals with a genuine interest in expanding the research and practice of brief interventions for alcohol to apply for a scholarship to support them to attend in-person our INEBRIA 2022 conference in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Candidates should read the instructions and complete the application form available here before the 13rd May.

The application process will be conducted entirely in English and to be eligible for an award, you must have an accepted abstract for the Edinburgh conference and be a member of Inebria.

You’ll find more information about the process and conditions here.
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13/04/2022 – INEBRIA 2022 Conference – extension of the abstract submission deadline

We are glad to announce you that the deadline for 2022 INEBRIA conference abstract submission has been extended until April 29th.

Don’t miss the opportunity for you to share your experience with other professionals working in the same area. We encourage you to share your work via abstracts submissions and presentations at the conference.

You can submit your abstract  (oral presentation, poster, or symposia) here: https://inebriaedinburgh2022.com/abstract-submission/

For further information, please visit the conference and the network website: https://inebriaedinburgh2022.com/

18/03/2022 – 18th Inebria Conference – abstract submission

We are pleased to inform you the call for abstract submission just openedYou can now submit your abstract focused on research or programme evaluations along with a series of other content areas such as theoretical or practical approaches focussed on any aspect of screening and brief intervention and referral to treatment (SBIRT) for problematic use of alcohol, other drugs, gambling, or gaming, relevant to the broader theme of the Conference which is Early identification and brief interventions: Innovation, sharing experience and facing challenges together for impact”.

As in previous year submissions in the form of posters, oral presentations, workshops and symposiums will be welcomed. Please bear in mind that the abstract submission closes April 15th. You can submit your abstract here: https://inebriaedinburgh2022.com/abstract-submission/

Registration will open soon. In the coming days, more information will be available at the conference website: https://inebriaedinburgh2022.com/. Information will also be regularly updated through the INEBRIA official twitter account @INEBRIA_Net. We invite all of you to follow the account and we also encourage you to publish/retweet in order to disseminate the Inebria information with all your contacts. This year twitter hashtag is #INEBRIA22.

18/01/2022 –Remembering and honoring our colleague Richard Saitz

With sadness, we are sharing the news that our colleague Dr. Rich Saitz passed away on January 15th from pancreatic cancer. Rich was an exceptional scientist and leader in our field, and a friend to many, and we will miss him greatly. He played key roles in shaping and contributing to INEBRIA, including as a member of the Coordinating Committee from Sept 2011 to Sept 2017 and as host of the annual conference in Boston, in 2011. He also was the driving force behind the annual publication of the INEBRIA conference proceedings in Addiction Science & Clinical Practice since 2011 and he was also one of the INEBRIA coordinating committee members that contributed actively to bridging the gap between cultures and expanding the SBIRT in Latin America.

Rich was unwavering in his commitment to science and to advancing evidence-based practices in substance use treatment and prevention. He challenged all of us to question accepted wisdom and take a clear-eyed view of the evidence as we strive to improve care and reduce stigma for people who use alcohol and drugs. Rich was an important mentor to so many around the world. He inspired many of us to enter the field, and all of us to do our best work – and to live fully and have some fun while we’re at it.

In his honor, INEBRIA is inaugurating the Richard Saitz Outstanding Mentorship Award, which will be an annual award given during the INEBRIA conference. The award is to recognize ‘mentorship that moves the field’ by supporting developing scholars to keep BI and related research rigorous and relevant. The recipient will be supported to travel to the conference and give a plenary talk, and will be celebrated with a very special dinner with friends and colleagues. The first award will be given at this fall’s conference, and we will be sharing more information about it in the coming months.

17/12/2021 –18th Inebria Conference, Edinburgh, UK

We are delighted to announce that the 18th INEBRIA conference will take place in Edinburgh, Scotland, on September 22nd-23rd, 2022 (pre-conference on the 21st). The meeting will be organised by Professor Aisha Holloway, The University of Edinburgh, and Professor Dorothy Newbury-Birch, Teesside University, with a team of colleagues from across the United Kingdom and globe.

The conference website and registration will launch January 2022 and will reveal the Conference theme and with further details on registration, abstract submission and key dates along with venue and accommodation details.

Captura de pantalla 2021-12-21 a las 14.54.01The Conference supporters and partners look forward to welcoming you to Scotland and the historic capital city of Edinburgh as home for the Conference. The Conference venue, John McIntyre Conference Centre (JMCC), is nestled at the foot of Arthur’s Seat and merely a short walk from some of Edinburgh’s biggest landmarks. The JMCC is part of The University of Edinburgh campus at Pollock Halls and is the perfect location for showcasing the best of the capital and has a range of onsite accommodation.

It will be INEBRIA’s first conference in Scotland and an opportunity for us to gather together. We can’t wait to see you! And as they say in Scotland “Lang may yer lum reek!”

Professor Aisha Holloway and Professor Dorothy Newbury-Birch

21/11/2021 –Launch of Pahola

On November 19th, PAHO launched Pahola, a digital health worker who can help risky drinkers decrease their alcohol consumption. This tool is an effort to help countries in the region to reduce the increasing rates of harmful drinking.

Pahola is designed to be empathetic and free of judgement and can provide general information about the risks of drinking and communicate interactively and confidentially with people. She can help assess users’ alcohol-related risks using a series of questions. If people then decide to cut down on drinking, Pahola can help them create a plan that includes identifying triggers and figuring out how to cope with them. In addition, she can also refer people to alcohol treatment services. This is a great development in the area of screening and brief interventions, and we hope there will be opportunities for PAHO and INEBRIA experts in the region to evaluate it.

In words of Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO), new technologies, including artificial intelligence, are powerful tools for expanding access to information and care.  In addition, the PAHO Assistant Director Dr. Jarbas Barbosa commented that PAHO’s goal with Pahola is to help people better understand the harms caused by alcohol consumption, increase access to reliable information, facilitate self-assessment of alcohol-related risks and take concrete steps to decrease alcohol use. In this sense, Pahola is not intended to replace direct contact with health professionals but aims to encourage people to seek help.

This tool is available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

For more information click here.

29/10/2021 –Opportunity for publishing

After the successful INEBRIA annual Conference, if you are thinking of publishing your research, we are glad to announce that in collaboration with Frontiers in Psychiatry Dr. Surendra Mattoo, Dr. Abhisek Ghosh and Dr. Dorothy Newbury-Birch are organizing a collection of articles (Research Topic) titled “The Evidence and Practice-Gap of Screening and Brief Interventions for Substance Misuse”.  

The idea is to collect high-level manuscripts from international experts with the main aim to create an eBook compilation. Manuscript contributions can be of different types (e.g. Original Research, Review, Perspective, etc) and the deadline for submissions is currently set to January 18th, 2022. Note that manuscripts accepted for publication are subject to publishing fees.  Please check out this link for further details.

The Abstract submission is preferable and its current deadline is November 1.  

You can submit your abstract by clicking the “Participate” tab in the following link.

29/10/2021 –Early identification and brief intervention in sexual health in an addiction context

For our French speakers, we are happy to inform about the publication of the guide titled: Early identification and brief intervention in sexual health in an addiction context. This guide is intended for primary healthcare professionals, general practitioners, nurses and pharmacists, as well as those working in the field of sexual health. Its purpose is to bring together theoretical and practical information to support the identification and management of care recipients with problems related to sexual health in an addictological context.

You will find it here

11/10/2021 –ICARA Webinar series 2021

The ICARA Webinar series on COVID-19 and ATOD research ran from April to August 2021. Listed you will find available the details of each session and their recordings:

17/09/2021 –Online training on systematic review carried out by Professor Dorothy Newbury-Birch

We are pleased to inform that Professor Dorothy Newbury-Birch, Teesside University,UK and co-president of INEBRIA will be carrying out a training session under the name of “A beginner’s guide to systematic reviewing: learn the basic stages in carrying out a systematic review”.

The session will be taking place on 22th November from 13:00 to 15:00 GMT time through Microsof TEAMS.

If you are interested to assist, please contact e.cuthbertson@tees.ac.uk

03/08/2021 – Webinar “One Year Later: How Have American Drinking Habits Changed During the COVID-19 Pandemic?”

We would like to inform you that on Tuesday, August 10, 2021 from 1:00 PM–2:00 PM ET will take place the webinar “One Year Later: How Have American Drinking Habits Changed During the COVID-19 Pandemic?” which will be presenting new longitudinal data on US drinking patterns at several points during the COVID pandemic in 2020. This is a follow-up survey to the findings that were presented last year, to assess whether the early patterns observed have been sustained over the longer term. Alcohol is one of the leading preventable causes of mortality in the U.S. Therefore, it is important to understand how alcohol consumption has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To register click here.

If you register, you will be later sent a link to the slides and presentation even if you cannot attend the live session.

08/06/2021 – 17th INEBRIA conference will be held entirely online

Due to the understandable uncertainty and anxiety for traveling internationally because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like to inform you that the 17th INEBRIA conference will be held entirely online from 22-24 September 2021.

The conference’s main theme is “Setting new directions for Brief Interventions” and aims to shed light on the future of Brief Interventions (BIs) research, while examining the current landscape of BI research within the substance use field, and the barriers to implementation of existing research strategies. This conference will also focus on low resource settings due to their limited representation in BI research at a global scale.

Register now at https://www.inebriaconference.com/registrations

For further information, please visit the conference website: https://www.inebriaconference.com/

06/05/2021 – Webinar on Addressing alcohol consumption and socioeconomic inequalities: how a health promotion approach can help

We are pleased to inform the upcoming webinar on Addressing alcohol consumption and socioeconomic inequalities: how a health promotion approach can help organized by the World Health Organization. The webinar will take place on 4 June 2021, from 14:00 to 15:30 CET, and it will review recent evidence pertaining to the acceptability, availability and affordability of alcohol. Selected country experiences will illustrate policy options in practice.

You can register here.

For more information, contact: lessalcohol@who.int

14/04/2021 –ICARA Webinar series on COVID-19 and ATOD research

We are pleased to inform you that ICARA will hold a webinar series on COVID-19 and ATOD research. The first webinar that will take place is called “Pandemic Perspectives: Addiction Science in the Era of COVID-19” and it will be held via Zoom on 30th April 2021, at 14:00-16:00 GMT/ 16:00-18:00 SAST.

The webinar will be chaired by Prof. Tom Babor, University of Connecticut, and speakers are:

  • Bronwyn Myers, Chief Specialist Scientist, South African Medical Research Council
  • Maristela Monteiro, Senior Advisor on Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO)
  • Florence Baingana, Advisor to WHO
  • Jennifer Gonzalez, Senior Director of Population Health, Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute, Dallas, Texas

To register for this webinar, please click here. For more information about our upcoming webinars, please see our ICARA website.

05/03/2021 –INEBRIA 2021 Conference – extension of the abstract submission deadline

We are glad to announce you that the deadline for 2021 INEBRIA conference abstract submission has been extended until April 9th.

Don’t miss the opportunity for you to share your experience with other professionals working in the same area. We encourage you to share your work via abstracts submissions and presentations at the conference.

You can submit your abstract  (oral presentation, poster, or symposia) using this online form- www.inebriaconference.com/call-for-abstracts

As we have been informing, the conference will be in a hybrid form- in-person in Goa India as well as online for those who may not be able to travel to the conference location.

For further information, please visit the conference and the network website: www.inebriaconference.com.

09/02/2021 – ORBITAL virtual workshop

We would like to announce that the ORBITAL SIG is organizing a virtual workshop. It will take place on the 24th February from 15:00 to 16:30 CET/GMT+1 virtual .

You will find the program here.

Join the INEBRIA Implementation Outcomes in Alcohol Brief Intervention Research Workshop to hear more about ongoing efforts in this area and to learn how you can get involved in planned evidence reviews to move the field forward by sending an e-mail to inebria@gencat.cat.

More information

11/01/2021 E-SIG virtual workshop

We would like to announce that the e-INEBRIA SIG is organizing a virtual sessions that will take place on the 17th February, from 14:00 to 16:30 CET time. The event aims to exchange experiences and knowledge among researchers, clinicians, policy-makers, public health and other healthcare professionals focusing on digital brief interventions.  The meeting will organized in two areas:

  1. Just-in-Time Adaptive Interventions; and
  2. Roadmap for Best Practices for Research on Brief Digital Interventions for Problematic Alcohol and Illicit Drug Use.

You can check the program here

Before registering, it is suggested to read the article “Roadmap for Best Practices for Research on Brief Digital Interventions for Problematic Alcohol and Illicit Drug Use” (free access here).

You can register using the following link.

You will find more information here.

24/11/2020 Web based consultation on a working document for developing the global alcohol action plan

The Alcohol, Drugs and Addictive Behaviors Unit in WHO has finalized a working document for the development of an action plan (2022-2030) to effectively implement the WHO Global strategy to reduce the harmful use of alcohol. This is done in accordance with our plans for implementation of WHO Executive Board decision EB146 (14):  https://www.who.int/teams/mental-health-and-substance-use/alcohol-drugs-and-addictive-behaviours/alcohol/governance-alcohol/towards-and-action-plan-on-alcohol

We have now moved to the next stage of the process – a web-based consultation on the working document, which is available here: https://web-prod.who.int/publications-detail-redirect/action-plan-to-strengthen-implementation-of-the-global-strategy-to-reduce-the-harmful-use-of-alcohol

The consultation is now open and will remain open until midnight on 6th December 2020.  Member States, governmental and intergovernmental organizations and non-State actors are invited to submit their comments through a dedicated web: https://extranet.who.int/dataformv3/index.php/151298. The consultation is not open to individuals.

The consultation asks one substantive question only:  “We have read the working document for development of an action plan to strengthen implementation of the Global strategy to reduce the harmful use of alcohol and have the following comments and suggestions for consideration:” You will then have the option to either submit the full response online or submit an abstract online and attach the full submission as a pdf or doc file.

The working document is in English only, but responses can be given in any of the six official languages of WHO: English, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese or Arabic.  All relevant contributions received will be published on WHO`s website. Comments received will be taken into consideration in the process of developing the first draft of the action plan and may inform subsequent stages of the process.

If you have any question, please contact  Dag Rekve, Senior technical officer at WHO, e-mail: rekved@who.int

16/10/2020 – New INEBRIA SIG focused on adolescents/youth

Since the interest generated about the idea of forming a SIG focused on adolescents/youth, Inebria decided to move this idea forward. The aim of this SIG would be to track progress on research and development in the field of screening and brief intervention for alcohol and drugs among adolescents and youth (age range TBD by SIG members), and to review outcomes salient, developmentally appropriate outcomes for this age group.
Regarding the actions planned, will be the following:

  • to hold meetings, workshops and symposia in appropriate contexts.
  • to produce presentations and papers on policy and practice in relation to the SIG topic.
  • to facilitate collaborative research and development as appropriate.

Membership of the group would be open on application to all members of INEBRIA. If you are willing to join, please send an e-mail to Stacy.A.Sterling@kp.org  with copy to inebria@gencat.cat

13/10/2020 – Slides and videos of the INEBRIA virtual sessions already available at the website

As we have been informing, the 2020 Inebria and the Inebria Latina virtual webinars took place the 24th and the 25th September under the titles ‘The times they are a changing’… and how we adapt to them” and “COVID-19 y su impacto en el consumo de alcohol y otras drogas  y sobre la implementación de intervenciones breves en América Latina”

In case you missed the Inebria webinar in English, the slides and the videos are already available in the Inebria website. You will find them in the following link: https://inebria.net/meetings-and-activities/virtual-meeting/international-meeting/

For the Inebria Latina session, you will also find the slides and the recording in the following: https://www.paho.org/es/eventos/covid-19-su-impacto-consumo-alcohol-otras-drogas-sobre-implementacion-intervenciones-breves

30/06/2020 – Inebria virtual event 24th September

We would like to announce that INEBRIA is planning a virtual event to take place on the 24th September from 17h to 19h CEST. It will be structured in two parts: a scientific session with presentations followed by the Annual General Meeting to be able to elect new CC members.

As you know, the conference in Goa has been postponed to 2021 but we did not want to miss the option to meet you using the nowadays indispensable digital platforms. This will be the second attempt for INEBRIA after the streaming event organized in Bangalore, India back in 2017 that worked quite well. This year virtual event is titled “The times they are a changing’… and how we adapt to them” and will cover topics like Covid-19 and its impact on substance use and interventions going virtual. The event will be free of charge for Inebria members and registration will be required for both parts of the event.

More information on the final agenda, registration and the platform link to access the event will be provided in the coming weeks.

10/04/2020 – INEBRIA Conference

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10/03/2020 – Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

Across the world there is understandable uncertainty and anxiety over future plans because of the Coronavirus.  The INEBRIA Organising and Scientific Committees are monitoring the situation, and will decide nearer the time if there needs to be any changes. For the moment, we are planning on the Conference going ahead, and have extended the Abstract submission deadline to 10th April 2020.

You can contact members of the team with queries at inebria2020@sangath.in

08/01/202o -17th Inebria conference: Abstract submission and scholarships

We are pleased to inform you that registration and call for abstract submission just opened. As in previous years, submissions in the form of posters, oral presentations, workshops and symposiums are welcomed but please bear in mind that the call opens and closes earlier (by March 9th) this year to give time for authors to request their VISA.  You can submit your abstract here.

The preliminary scientific program will be available in the coming weeks.

As usual, registration offers reduced fees for LMIC, locals and for INEBRIA members: https://www.inebria2020goa.com/registrations

This year INEBRIA also offers five scholarships to attend the conference for early career professionals with genuine interest in expanding screening and brief interventions in their countries. Candidates should read the instructions and complete the application form available here before the 26th March. The application process for INEBRIA “International” scholarships will be conducted entirely in English and to be eligible for an award, you must have an accepted abstract for the Goa conference and be a member of Inebria. You’ll find more information at the Inebria website.

There is also an specific call to facilitate the participation of 10 Indian professionals. Instructions and application form are available at the conference site.

For more information on the conference, please visit the conference website https://www.inebria2020goa.com/  or write to inebria2020@sangath.in

18/12/2019 -New bulletin of INEBRIA Latina

new bulletin of Inebria Latina has been launched. In this occasion, it is presented the contribution of Yován González and Deborah S. Finnell from the New York City Health and Hospitals and Johns Hopkins School of Nursing respectively on training of health care providers on the detection of substance use, brief intervention and referral to treatment (DIT) through an online program

On the other hand, images are also collected about all the participation of Latin American researchers during the 16th INEBRIA Conference in Lübeck, Germany and the news about the election as co-presidents of two leading researchers, Dr. Maria Lucia Formigoni, of the Federal University from São Paulo, Brazil, and Dr. Dorothy Newbury-Birch, from the United Kingdom.

Finally, resources are offered to improve the skills to publish.

24/10/2019 – INEBRIA CONFERENCE 2019: Supplement proceedings

We are pleased to let you know that the supplement Proceedings of the 16th annual conference of INEBRIA has already been published. The full content of the supplement can be found at https://ascpjournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13722-019-0157-1
The link to the supplement is permanently accessible via the Supplements link on the article page of the journal website.

14/10/2019 – Welcome to the new two co-president elect of INEBRIA

On the 27th of September, Professor Dorothy Newbury-Birch (Centre for Crime, Harm Prevention and Security, SSSHL Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Teesside University, Middlesbrough (UK) and Professor Maria Lucia O. Souza Formigoni (Drug Dependence Unit Coordinator, Department of Psychobiology, Escola Paulista de Medicina, Universidade Federal de Sao Paulo (Brazil) were elected as co-president elect of INEBRIA during the Annual General Meeting (AGM) that took place in Lübeck (Germany) during the celebration of the Annual Conference. They are the first women to that will take on the presidential role with INEBRIA. It is expected that this will happen by the AGM that will take place next year in Goa (India) moment in which Professor Sven Andréasson, current president, will finalize his term. During this year they will be part of the coordinating committee and will work together with the current president to facilitate INEBRIA continuity.

30/09/2019 – 17th Inebria conference. Goa (India)

We are pleased to announce that the 2020 17th INEBRIA conference will take place in Goa, India, on September 24-25, 2020 (pre-conference on the 23th) under the title “Setting new directions for brief interventions”. The meeting will be organized by Sangath, leaded by Abhijit Nadkarni and his team.

Please, be aware the abstract submission process will be earlier than usual starting by December in order to give time to prepare everything (visa, travel arrangements) in advance to authors once their submissions have been approved.

It will be Inebria’s first conference in Asia and we expect everyone’s support and participation.

More information here: https://www.inebria2020goa.com/

03/06/2019 -INEBRIA writing buddy scheme

We are glad to inform you that thanks to those that have volunteered to contribute to the buddy system initiative, we are able to move it forward.

Please, bear in mind that it is meant to help non-English speaking researchers to publish in international journals. If you are interested in receiving support, you can apply it by completing the following form.

Inebria secretariat will receive and review all the requests and it will match them to a suitable experienced reviewer according to the areas of interest/research.

For more information, you can contact us: inebria@gencat.cat.

25/04/2019 – Special ASCP thematic series on digital/information Technology (IT) screening and interventions

We are pleased to inform you that Addiction Science & Clinical Practice will launch a special series to focus on digital/information technology (IT) screening and interventions to advance treatment for opioid and other substance use disorders.

This thematic series will highlight in an open-access format articles that address the use of information technology in the prevention and clinical care of people suffering from addiction and in the training and clinical support of health care providers treating addiction. The series will have a particular emphasis on screening and interventions targeting opioid use. Use of IT in addressing alcohol or other substance use will also receive attention.

The series will especially welcome trials evaluating digital screening/interventions, but will also encourage articles across all stages of the research process – from development of the tools through to knowledge dissemination activities.

Funding for the article-processing charge is available thanks to the generosity of the NIDA Clinical Trials Network. This is subject to editorial acceptance and will be offered while funds are available. If you wish to apply for this funding, please contact kyle.adair@biomedcentral.com prior to submission for more information.

link: https://www.biomedcentral.com/collections/addictiondigitalintervention

17/04/2019 -New bulletin of INEBRIA Latina

A new bulletin of Inebria Latina has been launched. In this occasion, it is presented the contribution of participation of Augusto Pérez Gómez from the Corporación Nuevos Rumbos (Colombia) on the brief intervention in schools in Colombia.

In addition, it is also presented an article in relation with he predictors of the effectiveness of the brief motivational intervention to quit smoking in university students carried out by Jennifer Lira-Mandujano, Daniel Pech-Puebla, Eréndira Valdez-Piña and Miguel Ángel Pérez -González of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.

We remind you that the deadline for submission of abstracts for the Inebria conference in 2019 in Lübeck (Germany) has been extended until April 28. You will find more information here.

16/04/2019 – INEBRIA 2019 Conference – Abstract submission deadline has been extended

We are glad to announce you that the deadline for 2019 INEBRIA conference abstract submission has been extended until April 28th. Don’t miss the to be involved in the Conference scientific programme by sending your abstractworkshop, and symposium submissions for the INEBRIA conference in Luebeck, September 26-27, 2019!

Registration is open! You can register on the conference website.

For more information: conference2019@inebria.org

1o/04/2019 – INEBRIA writing buddy scheme – would you like to volunteer?

Following the 2018 INEBRIA Conference in Chile, the Inebria Secretariat received extremely positive feedback from a number of Inebria who were impressed at the high level about the important research being undertaken in the field of brief interventions in non-English speaking countries.

To support our international colleagues, it has been proposed to explore the possibility of establishing an INEBRIA writing buddy scheme to help non-English speaking researchers to publish in international journals. It would be set up on a voluntary basis by experienced INEBRIA researchers who have English as their first language and are willing to provide support by editing and reviewing papers before submission to relevant journals in the field.

If you are willing to volunteer to serve as a writing buddy, or would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact us: inebria@gencat.cat.

08/04/2019 –Scholarships for the participation in the Lübeck INEBRIA Conference!

We are pleased to announce that also this year INEBRIA offers four scholarships to attend the INEBRIA 2019 conference.

Candidates should complete the application form at the following link before the 28th of April (note that the regular submission deadline closes on the 14th of April but it will be extended to allow scholarship candidates to submit their abstracts).

The application process for INEBRIA scholarships will be done entirely in English. It is important to include all the necessary information when you submit your application otherwise applications will be not accepted.

Eligible applicants are any professionals with a genuine interest in expanding alcohol screening and brief interventions in their countries. It is important to have an accepted abstract for the Lübeck conference and be a member of INEBRIA. Membership is free of charge and you can apply to join INEBRIA by completing the registration form found on the INEBRIA website.

During this year conference, selected candidates will also benefit from participating in some mentoring activities. More information will be provided after the submission process is closed.

You will find more information about the process and conditions here.

04/03/2019 – The call for abstracts submission for the INEBRIA Conference 2019 is now open!

From now on and until April 14th, you can submit abstracts for the 2019 conference in the form of posters, oral presentations, workshops and symposiums using the forms available at the conference website.

Jennis Freyer-Adam, Jim McCambridge, Per Nilsen, Svetlana Popova and Paul Wallace have been already confirmed as plenary speakers and we are sure they will held splendid presentations on interesting topics such as Brief interventions in and outside the health care system, BI and alcohol policy, Implementation of BI, Bi for preventing FASD and digital approaches to eSBI.

For more information on the conference, please visit the website or write to conference2019@inebria.org

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