Events and Seminars

 

International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety

 

ICADTS is pleased to host an international conference every three years, focussing on the research and policy work being undertaken globally around the issues of alcohol, drugs and traffic safety.

 

Hosted on a rotating basis amongst a range of relevant organisations, these events are the culmination of much of the work being done by ICADTS members around the world and bring together delegates drawn from the areas of public health and safety, traffic and transport psychology, public health, law, medicine, economics, law enforcement, public policy, education, pharmacology, toxicology, forensic science, human factors, and alcohol intervention and rehabilitation. Organisations interested in hosting an upcoming conference are encouraged to contact the Council for more information.

 

Next Conference:

21st International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety (T2016)

16-19 October 2016, Gramado, Brazil
www.t2016.org

 

 

Previous Conferences:

Full ICADTS Conference List

 

 

 

ICADTS sponsors two sessions at International Association of Legal Medicine

 

ICADTS has organized two sessions at the 2016 Symposium of the International Academy of Legal Medicine (IALM) to occur June 21-24, 2016.  The goal of the overall symposium is to discuss the present and future evolution of bio-medicolegal sciences in the post-genomic framework of Personalized Medicine, in terms of symposium themes: innovation, unitariness and evidence.

 

The ICADTS sessions are scheduled to occur on Wednesday, June 22. One session will cover a variety of topics related to medicinal drugs and driving.  The second session brings together scientists from around Europe, including several Eastern European countries, to discuss recent research.  In all, 12 different countries will be represented in the sessions.

 

We also plan a meeting for all ICADTS members and for anyone interested in becoming involved with ICADTS on Thursday, June 23.  This promises to be a stimulating program that appeals to a wide range of interests.  For more information on the Symposium, go to http://www.ialm2016venice.org. For more information on the ICADTS sessions and meetings, email Kathryn Stewart at stewart@pire.org.