Spring 2011 • Issue 22



International Network on Brief Intervention for Alcohol Problems (INEBRIA) 8th Annual Conference Registration and Call for Abstracts Now Open

Registration and the call for abstracts, workshops, and symposia for the International Network on Brief Intervention for Alcohol Problems (INEBRIA) 8th Annual Conference is now open. INEBRIA is seeking proposals for research as well as clinical and program evaluations pertaining to screening and brief interventions for alcohol and other drugs, sharing of experiential or theory-based/theory-generating insights, and interactive workshops. Details about the conference, including a preliminary program, travel awards and information, and registration links, are posted at www.inebriaboston.org (or www.bumc.bu.edu/care/inebria).

For INEBRIA abstract and symposium guidelines or to submit your proposal, see www.bumc.bu.edu/care/inebria/inebria-abstract-and-symposia-submission/.

For INEBRIA workshop guidelines or to submit your workshop, see www.bumc.bu.edu/care/inebria/inebria-workshop-submission/.

Submissions are due on May 30, 2011, and early registration ends July 15, 2011.

INEBRIA, an international collaboration of addiction researchers focused on the implementation of brief interventions for harmful alcohol consumption at the local, national, and international levels, will hold its 8th Annual Conference at the Liberty Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, from September 21 through 23, 2011. This is the first time INEBRIA will hold its annual conference in the United States. The conference will be a venue to showcase new findings from research on screening and brief interventions and will focus on the implementation and sustainability of these programs. The conference is supported in part by NIAAA grant no. R13 020158.