T3E Summer University 15-16th June 2006 Manchester
The EU T3E network and the Race and Drugs Project invite you to a 'summer university' on
the effectiveness of treatment for drug dependence. The university will draw on the
experience of partners from Belgium, Denmark, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Ireland,
England and Scotland to broaden national perspectives on how EU nations seek to
reintegrate problem drug users in to society.
A particular focus will be on how interventions within treatment and beyond can help
construct therapeutic alternatives to, or routes out of, substitute prescribing for opiate
dependence. Participants will share their experiences about the degree to which these can
promote sustainable opiate free lives, or the degree to which safety and stability can
only be guaranteed by continuing opiate maintenance.
For more about speakers, venue, and booking arrangements, download the programme by
clicking on the link below or pasting unbroken in to your web browser address panel
or visit the Race and Drugs Project site at www.raceanddrugsproject.co.uk