TRANSLATING SUBSTANCE

USE RESEARCH INTO

PRACTICE AND POLICY

FEATURED EVENTS: GUIDELINES AND MATERIALS

Read the new CADTH report on treatment of opioid addiction here and visit their website for more information
Health Canada Professional Learning Resource On Caring for Patients with Substance Use: Bevel Up
Lower Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines – NEW RESOURCES AVAILABLE
Looking for information on Cannabis or Opioids? Check out our new pages and fact sheets.
The Addiction Foundation of Manitoba has released a new website about cannabisWeeding out the Facts.ca
CRISM releases Management of opioid use disorders: A national clinical practice guideline
AHS Announces Practice Standards for Addiction Counselors
CCSA: Summary of Provincial and Territorial Cannabis Regulations
Alberta College of Family Physicians Resources: Opioid Response in Your Practice
Tools for Practice – ACFP evidence summaries
AHS Implementing-Evidence-Based-Practices Guide
Watch for a new featured activities segment each week

What is CRISM?

CRISM is the Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse.

Funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), CRISM is a national network of researchers, service providers, policy makers and people with lived experience.  CRISM ’s overall objective is to translate evidence-based interventions for substance misuse into clinical practice, community-based prevention, harm reduction, and health system changes.  Our intent is to support the creation of more effective, personal, and adoptable intervention programs and services. The National CRISM website may be found at: www.crism.ca

What is the CRISM Prairie Node?


Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba have excellent researchers investigating substance use/addiction interventions (including prevention, harm reduction and specialty-based addiction treatment) delivered in the clinic, the community, and in academic research settings.  Each Province funds treatment and prevention of substance use/addiction and has developed strategic plans through their respective Ministries of Health and Regional Health Authorities.  But to date, these assets have operated either in isolation, or as part of small provincial teams.

Become A Member

Interested researchers, service providers, and decision-makers in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and the North West Territories are invited to become members of the CRISM Prairie Node. Members will have access to CRISM resources and support, and we anticipate that Members will become more or less active in the Node depending on opportunities and interests. If you would like to become affiliated with the CRISM Prairie Node, please access the online survey link below. It takes no more than 10 minutes to complete the questions.  The survey asks about you and your interests, and by completing it, you will help us tailor regional Node activities to your interests. The information we collect will be used for planning purposes, will stored securely in a password-protected network, and will be used to develop a Node member database.

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