1100-1700 Trainees’ Day – Turning Point in Richmond (invite only)
Room: Turning Point – 110 Church St, Richmond
1900-2100
Dr Marc Auriacombe (France)
‘Cravings’
Session sponsored by Indivior
Day 1: Behavioural aspects of addiction
0800- 0900 Registration and Arrival Tea and Coffee
0900-0930 Opening Ceremony
Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Welcome to Country
Ministerial Opening
0930-1030 Keynote Address
Professor Jon Grant (USA) 
Gambling and Behavioural Addictions 
1030-1100 Plenary Session
Professor Edward Ogden 
Driving impairment
1100-1130 Morning Tea, Poster Viewing and Exhibition
1130-1300 A/Prof Antonio Verdejo Garcia
Impulsivity, cognition & addiction
Dr David Cunnington
Sleep & alcohol/prescription drugs
Dr Hester Wilson (Chair)
Case-based discussion
1300-1400 Lunch, Poster Viewing and Exhibition
1400-1530 Concurrent Workshops

Prof Rajita Sinha

Dr David Cunnington
Sleep psychology and behavioural management of sleep
Peer workers – how to make it happen Neuropsychology – capacity and cognitive assessment in the clinic
1530-1600 Afternoon Tea, Poster Viewing and Exhibition
1600-1730 Concurrent Workshops

Dr Paul Grinzi
Blue turns to pink – a  workshop on overdose prevention

Dr David Cunnington
Sleep psychology and behavioural management of sleep (Repeat)

Dr Harry Eeman

Behavioural management of chronic pain problems

Neuropsychology – capacity and cognitive assessment in the clinic (Repeat)
1730-1900 Welcome Reception
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

 

Day 2: Stress and Addiction
0800-0845 Registration and Arrival Tea and Coffee
0845-0945
Keynote Address
Professor Rajita Sinha (USA) 
Treating Stress Pathophysiology in Addiction
0945-1015
Plenary Session
Professor Peter Miller
Alcohol & violence
1015-1040
Morning Tea, Poster Viewing and Exhibition
1040-1110
A/Prof Ruth McNair
LGBTI AOD
1110-1140
Speaker to be confirmed
Family violence
1140-1210
Dr Jennifer Delima
Indigenous substance misuse issues in Central Australia
1210-1240
Dr David Jacka
Refugee mental health / addiction
1240-1400 Lunch, Poster Viewing and Exhibition
1300-1350 College meetings
1400-1530
Concurrent Workshops

Professor Jon Grant

Dr Joseph Doyle
Hepatitis C Treatment Update
Professor Edward Ogden and Dr Bruce Hocking
Impairment in the workplace: assessment, issues and management
Dr James Foulds
Co-morbidity
1530-1600 Afternoon Tea, Poster Viewing and Exhibition
1600-1730
Concurrent Workshops

Dr Ivan Montoya

Dr Joseph Doyle
Hepatitis C Treatment Update (Repeat)
Professor Edward Ogden and Dr Bruce Hocking
Impairment in the workplace: assessment, issues and management (Repeat)
Dr Vicki Macfarlane, Dr Paul Grinzi & Dr Hester Wilson
Difficult conversations in primary care
1830-2230 Conference Dinner – The Arts Centre Melbourne
Day 3: Controversies in prescribing and practice
0800-0900 Registration and Arrival Tea and Coffee
0900-1000
Keynote Address
Dr Ivan Montoya (USA)
New horizons/approaches in the US
1000-1040
Plenary Session
Dr Marc Auriacombe (France)
Opiate/addiction update from Europe
1040-1110
Morning Tea and Poster Viewing
1110-1130
A/Prof Suzanne Nielsen
Changing patterns of opioid use and harms in Australia
1130-1150
Professor Nick Lintzeris
Long acting buprenorphine
1150-1210
Dr Annabel Mead
Switching to OST from prescription opioids: a Canadian perspective
1210-1300
Panel Discussion

Is there a role for mandatory treatment for addiction? – A case-based discussion

Panellists: TBA

1300-1315
Conference Close – Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones