A number of researchers who’re a part of the centre were invited to develop and deliver a comprehensive three day teaching programme to students and lecturers at the Centre for Addiction at Sahmyook University, South Korea.
They were also invited to participate in an international symposium on the fourth day where they presented and discussed our individual research.
Jo Cranwell from The University of Nottingham opened the course on the first day and taught sessions on theories and models of behaviour change, followed by Daisy Thompson-Lake from Queen Mary University of London, who taught about the neurobiology of nicotine addition, stop smoking medications and electronic cigarettes.
Olivia Maynard from the University of Bristol delivered sessions on alcohol and tobacco control policies, tobacco health warnings and plain packaging. Finally, Zarnie Khadjesari from Kings College London discussed brief alcohol interventions and electronic alcohol interventions.
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