Information Professionals: Building Alliances for
Mental Health, Substance Use and Addictions
Substance Abuse Librarians & Information Specialists
Association of Mental Health Librarians
2019 Annual Conference
- SALIS's 41st, SALIS/AMHL's 4th
April 23-26, 2019 ·
Boston, MA, USA
Start making your plans for 2019 now, and join us at the Countway Library of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA from April 23-26, 2019!
This year's conference will ask us, both speakers and attendees, to consider how our work as information professionals can build and even strengthen partnerships among many sectors through collaborating, sharing and engaging.
The conference will begin with a reception on the evening of Tuesday, April 23rd, and close mid-day on Friday the 26th.
Registration now open!
Some of our speakers this year:
- William DeJong, PhD, Tufts Medical School: Alcohol brand use of youth-appealing advertising and consumption by youth and adults.
- David Jernigan, PhD, Boston University: Policy approaches for regulating alcohol marketing in a global context: A public health perspective.
- Len Levin, Christine Goodair, and Isabelle Michot: The disposition and treatment of persons with substance use disorders within the framework of the 19th century moral therapy era.
- Meg Brunner, University of Washington: Public libraries and the opioid crisis: Helping them help others.
- Claudia J. Dold, University of South Florida: Engaging in minority population health research.
Thank you to our major sponsors, Wiley and APA!
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For a look at other past conferences, please visit our Conference Archive.