An introduction to cannabis and synthetic varieties for front line workers.
The course, ‘Potluck - An introduction to cannabis and synthetic varieties for front line workers’, gives participants the opportunity to explore cannabinoids and their effects and provides an overview of the different forms of cannabis and synthetic varieties and harm reduction techniques for cannabis and synthetic cannabinoids.
PLEASE NOTE THIS E-LEARNING COURSE IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO STAFF WORKING WITHIN GLASGOW CITY
To learn about the processes of Motivational Interviewing, what it is and how it works.
Helping professionals are often required to venture into discussions with people about making changes to their lifestyle or behaviours. Have you ever wondered why and exactly how conversations inspire change and what the skills involved are?
At SDF we have drawn upon the body of research evidence, extracting concepts and approaches within the communication style called Motivational Interviewing (MI).
Hepatitis Scotland is pleased to announce the launch of a new, free to access e-learning resource, which is dedicated to raising knowledge and awareness of hepatitis C.
This introductory e-learning course aims to increase workers' knowledge and awareness of key issues relating to drug use in Scotland.
This short e-learning course covers the key aspects of drug-related deaths in Scotland, opiate overdose prevention, intervention and naloxone basics.
An introduction to bacterial infection and drug use.
The e-learning course will give a brief overview of bacterial infection and various outbreaks. It gives participants the opportunity to explore harm reduction information relevant to bacterial infection. The course will provide an overview of the main signs and symptoms which practitioners should be aware of and will encourage participants to think about and develop a response relevant to their services.
This course has been designed to meet the needs of workers who come into contact with people who may use New Psychoactive Substances (sometimes known as Legal Highs).