Wed. 11 Mar 2020
10:00 am – 11:00 am
AEST (QLD time)
There are many barriers that prevent people who use methamphetamine from seeking help, including stigma and discrimination. Cracks in the Ice is an online toolkit that provides evidence-based information and resources about methamphetamine for health professionals, families and the general Australian community. Cracks in the Ice also aims to challenge the many misconceptions about methamphetamine, as a way of reducing the stigma often associated with the drug.
Dr Steph Kershaw is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at The Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use, located at the University of Sydney. Steph is responsible for managing Cracks in the Ice; an Australian Department of Health funded project disseminating information about methamphetamine in Australia via an online toolkit and mobile app.
Seminars are held in the Edwards Miller Training Room, 4th floor, Biala - City Community Health Centre, Brisbane, QLD 4001.
Seminars start at 10:00am AEST (QLD Time). Hit the SIGN IN button and follow the below instructions.