Keynote 1: David Nutt – Policy reform, personalised medicine and brain science: why we need a multifaceted approach to reducing the harms of alcohol and other drugs

#WorthaSecondChance – Youth Justice Presentation  – Elle Jackson, Campaign Manager, Youth Justice

Enhancing Mastery across mental, physical and substance use domains – Amanda Baker PhD, Newcastle University

Can-we-future-proof-AOD? – Gabby Cohen Southcity Clinic – Alfred Health

Developing-a-Family-Violence-Psychoeducation-Group-for-Women-in-AOD-Treatment-Critical-Reflections – Lisa Payne & Renee Jennings, Drug Health Services Western Service

Responding to domestic and family violence in the alcohol and other drug sector. – Sarah Jones, 360edge

Victorian Alcohol and other Drugs  (AOD) Workforce Strategy: driving stronger outcomes for people seeking help – Angie Martin, Senior Policy Advisor, DHHS

A mixed methods evaluation of a support and counselling service for benzodiazepine dependency – Gerard Wurf, Paul o’Neal, Alice Swing & Rebecca Golin, Monash University

ART INSIDE: Engaging Prisoners in Health Education on Viral Hepatitis – Steven Taylor Hepatitis Victoria

Homelessness among alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment-seekers: Insights from the Patient Pathways National Project – Joshua B.B Garfield & Victoria Manning, Turning Point

Masters-of-Survival-complexity-in-action – Keterina Miliou, Louise King, Melbourne Drug Court

What is the MQS? And why should we care? – Naomi Crafti Manager Workforce Development Turning Point

Drink and Drug Driver Behaviour Change Program(BCP) – Deborah Mulqueen, Behaviour Change Program Coordinator, TaskForce

The Drug and Alcohol Clinical Advisory Service: The past 5 years – Jasmin Grigg, Victoria Manning, Shalini Arunogiri and Vicki Phan – Turning Point; Sam Campbell, Matthew Frei, Rick Loos, Orson Rapose, Dan Lubman – Eastern Health Clinical School, Monash University

The AOD Peer Workforce – Masters of Lived Experience – Heather Pickard & Crystal Clancy, SHARC

Development of a new drink and drug driving package – Sharon Wishart VicRoads

Using sociograms to measure recovery – a focus on relationships – Bella Anderson SHARC

First Do No Harm: What role can journalists play? – Dr Stephen Bright, Senior Lecturer (Addiction), Edith Cowan University

Victoria Police e-Referral program (VPeR) Service Evaluation – Stephanie Dias, Sam Campbell, Jasmin Grigg, Victoria Manning, Rick Loos, Turning Point

Welcome to the Service: a pilot intervention to improve new client attendance – Janet Shaw, Manager, Reconnexion

9 Things you should know about recreational drugs –  Steve Johnson, Working the Doors