Plus: CBD product to help people with addictions, Wiley and NAADAC webinars & job opening at IRETA
By Angela Zhou
New & Next: Industry
Twitter Addiction Science Journal Club
The new Addiction Science Journal Club on Twitter will bring together people from diverse backgrounds, training and career stages to discuss research in addiction science. If you’re interested in joining, fill out this form and follow @AddictionSciJC on Twitter for updates and to participate in the journal club discussions.
Exact Nature Botanicals’ CBD Products
Exact Nature Botanicals LLC, a new e-commerce company founded by a father and son (father Thomas White and son Daniel White) who have both battled addiction, has launched some of the first CBD-based products designed specifically to help people suffering from drug and alcohol addictions. The company’s products are formulated to help curb addictive cravings, ease depression and anxiety, and improve sleep.
“We want to shed light on CBD’s role in helping manage these issues while demystifying and destigmatizing CBD in the process,” Thomas White said.
New & Next: Webinars
Wiley Free Webinar
On March 17 at 10:30 a.m. EST, the webinar “What Did Bioethics Contribute to the COVID-19 Pandemic Response? A Retrospective” will feature expert bioethicists. They will look at the COVID-19 guidance documents created to help health professionals cope with ethical questions and challenges, reflect upon lessons learned and assess the contributions made by bioethicists to the broader pandemic response effort. The event is free, and registration is open.
NAADAC Webinar “RACEing Through Revolving Doors”
On March 10 from 3 to 4 p.m. EST, NAADAC will host the webinar “RACEing Through Revolving Doors,” which will explore some of the disorders that fuel recidivism and what professionals can do to combat it. NAADAC members will earn 1 CE, while non-NAADAC members can pay to earn 1 CE from the webinar. The webinar is free, and registration is open.
New & Next: Job Opportunity
The Institute for Research, Education & Training in Addictions (IRETA) is looking to add a clinical quality improvement associate to its staff. LPCs or LCSWs who have experience working in the substance use treatment field are particularly encouraged to apply.