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St Pancras Hospital

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1st Annual Conference on Novel Drug Trends

Jointly hosted by Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I) and the Forward Trust.

An exciting programme with some nationally renowned experts and a broad mix of speakers and topics focusing on novel psychoactive substances

This conference is aimed at anyone working in or interested in substance misuse services

Speakers and topics include

Mr Mike Trace, Chief Executive Officer, The Forward Trust.

Ms Hattie Moyes Research and Development Manager, The Forward Trust

Dr Abu Shafi, Psychiatry trainee Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust (C&I)

Novel Psychoactive Substances: time for reason over hysteria Professor David Nutt, Imperial College London.

Not So Legal Highs- Understanding Novel Psychoactive Substances Dr Derek Tracy, Consultant Psychiatrist & Clinical Director Oxleas NHS Trust, Visiting Senior Lecturer Kings IoPPN & UCL.

Setting yourself up for a fall- my journey from dabbling to addiction Mr Ben Mason, Service User

An overview of substance misuse services Dr Bhaskar Punukollu, Lead Consultant, Substance Misuse Services, C&I.

A View from the Front Line: Dr John Dunn Consultant Psychiatrist, South Camden Drug Services, C&I.

Breaking into Prisons Mr James Lucas, Governor & Ms Cate Jameson, Head of Healthcare, HMP Guys Marsh, Dorset.

Workshops include:

Service user experiences of novel psychoactive substances and emerging drugs

Responses to NPS in prison

Addiction and Substance misuse service quality improvement,

The risks of fentanyl-laced heroin and addressing the Xanax epidemic

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