The following online courses have been created by the Capacity Building Team and are hosted on CourseSites.
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Online courses offered from other institutions:
IRETA (Institute for Research, Education & Training in Addictions)
Click here to view: http://ireta.org/improve-practice/addiction-professionals/online-courses/
MacHealth: CAMH and McMaster Addictions Curriculum Project
This collaboration between the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and McMaster is an educational initiative to promote curriculum innovation and resources related to the spectrum of alcohol use disorders.
Click here to participate online: https://machealth.ca/programs/camh_and_mcmaster_addictions_curriculum_project/
Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO), Addictions E-Learning Series
Explore best practices in supporting clients with substance use concerns.
Click here to participate online: http://addictions.rnao.ca/login.php
Also visit RNAO’s e-learn centre to access “Engaging Clients who use substances” and “Supporting Youth who use substances” courses: http://elearning.rnao.ca/
British Columbia Centre on Substance Use: Online Addiction Medicine Diploma
This online diploma program is a free online certificate course targeted at health care professionals interested in learning more about providing care to patients with alcohol, tobacco, and opioid substance use disorders. The course is also open to anyone wishing to improve their knowledge of substance use and addiction.
Click here to participate online: http://www.bccsu.ca/about-the-online-addiction-medicine-diploma/
Effects of Cannabis Use during Adolescence
Based on CCSA’s comprehensive report of the same name, which brings together the best, most current research and identifies what we know, what we don’t know and what is emerging on the issue of youth cannabis use.
Click here to participate online: http://www.ccsa.ca/Eng/topics/Marijuana/Cannabis-Adolescence-E-learning-Module/Pages/default.aspx