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Webinars

AFM hosts webinars on a variety of topics related to substance use, gambling and addiction issues. Recordings of previous webinars are provided below.

For information about upcoming webinars, check here. As new webinars are scheduled, that information will be posted here.

AFM Recorded Webinars:

Methamphetamine: What’s old is new again

This recorded webinar examines the re-emergence of methamphetamine use Manitoba, focusing on the trends of methamphetamine use, the short- and long-term consequences of use, implications for services providers, and issues related to recovery. There will be a specific emphasis on eliciting participants’ knowledge and experience to enhance the learning environment. The original air date of this webinar was January 4, 2019.

Cannabis: It’s legal…Now what?

This recorded webinar will provide an overview of the types of cannabis products commonly used, the effects of cannabis, how to identify someone who might be intoxicated, how cannabis might interact with other drugs/medications, and what constitutes “lower risk” cannabis use. This webinar was recorded on January 31, 2019.

David Brown – Healthy Living Workbook

On October 22, 2018, AFM hosted a webinar featuring David Brown, creator of the Healthy Living Workbooks “Making Choices About Cannabis” and “Making Choices About Drinking”.

Rapid Access to Addictions Medicine (RAAM)

In December, 2018, Dr. Ginette Poulin presented a webinar on RAAM clinics, a new addition to our health care system. RAAM is a unique model that is improving client access to evidenced based addiction health care and strengthening collaboration with the Regional Health Authorities and other service providers.

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